Temple Bar CompanyCurrently Open
- Address: Fourth Floor, Dollard House, 2 - 5 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Co. Dublin, Ireland
- Timings: 10:30 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +353-17030700
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Bar, Food And Drinks, Cafe, Restaurant, Entertainment, Performance, Market, Specialty Shop, Adults, Souvenir Shop
Temple Bar Company - Review
Temple Bar is a famous place in Dublin situated in the southern coast of river Liffey. The old-timey tapered cobblestone streets and the old builidngs are what make the place a perfect place for tourists to visit. There are several Bars and restaurants that dot the area. These are the places where most Dubliners will go to have a good time. The walls of the restaurants are decorated with multi-colored banners. The bars like the Quays Bar, Czech Inn, the Temple Bar, and the Foggy Dew etc are all night places so you can grab a cold one there any time. You will also find popular chains like TGI Fridays and Hard Rock Cafe here.
Moreover the cute little shops and stalls on the street selling small gift items, give the place its rustic charm. Temple Bar also has an interesting live music street culture. This live music is a huge attraction for people. People are seen playing guitar on the street while singing. This laid back and fun loving atmosphere make Dublin the city what it is.
The Dublin Institute of Photography is also here. There are also a couple of small fashionable markets around the area. The famous Merchant’s Arch is also in the Temple Bar area. All in all, it is definitely a great place to hang out and do some people watching.
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- Among the many attractions in this area, be sure to check out the famous namesake bar that is a hotspot for tourists.
- There are quite a few places to check out here so do try to explore.
How To reach Temple Bar Company by Public Transport
- Temple Bar, Wellington Quay Bus Station
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Temple Bar Company, Dublin Reviews
If you're in the mood for a great time while in Dublin you'll want to stop by and have a few drinks. You can also eat something if you want. There's love music every night of the week with a different musician or band so you'll get something different if you decide to go on multiple days. If you're a smoker they have an open air seating area which is heated on cold nights. There's always loads of people there so if you don't like crowds it won't be for you. They have servers for the tables and an open bar and the beer is always cold!
Charming little historic pub. Warm atmosphere that attracts so many tourists. Food, live music and drinks. People walk in & out just to see, experience the place and take photos. This place has an authentic feel to it. OPERATING HOURS: I found 3 different sets of operating-hours for this place. I uploaded a snap shots of the time indicated in their website & an image from their menu showing time table, and there is a time table that is put on Google . All 3 sets are slightly different but close enough.
Great atmosphere and wonderful setting. Live bands are awesome. True Irish experience enhance by many internationals (expats and tourists). Drinks are relatively expensive though (€7.50 for a shot) and they close early on weekdays unfortunately. Still a must-go in Dublin.
Needs to be on your top things to do in this beautiful city. Live music almost all the time. Great selection of beers. Always packed with tourist but there is a reason for it. You will experience Dublin in this place.
Amazing experience but just a little too pricey, this bar is really good if you want to get the temple bar experience. The irish coffees here are beautiful and yes I did just refer to a coffee as beautiful as they were one of the most amazing coffee's I have ever tried. We went here for a few pints as I had been there on previous visit and wanted to show my partner the bar. The inside decor is very rustic and has a traditional feel to it which makes it feel quite a relaxing place to go for a pint. When the music gets playing everyone gets up and starts dancing here.