View some of the hottest nightspots in Ireland with our list of favorite nightclubs around the country.
Abbey Street, Ennis, Clare
There is a real sense of history in this wonderful establishment, situated beside the ruins of the Ennis Friary. The front bar, with its open hearth fireplaces welcomes local and tourist alike to its old world style.
Food of excellent quality is available here, specialising in seafood, steak dishes and traditional Irish cuisine.
Queen’s is famous for its traditional Irish music sessions.
A unique bar with a unique atmosphere, a visit here is a must when visiting Clare.
Blakes Corner, Stillorgan, Dublin 4, Dublin
Tribe is a state of the art venue which has not one, but two nightclubs inside its structure. The main club which has elements from clubs all over the world will hold approximately 600 and has its own intergraded smoking terrace, plenty of plush seating booths and two 15 meter glass fronted bars imported from Holland, there’s a brand new DJ box and 2 dancefloors, LED tables and chairs and pillars and exotic furniture and fittings, plus loads more besides …. That’s just a teaser.
The Bullring, Wexford Town, Wexford
Located above Chocolate Bar, Renaissance Nightclub is open every Saturday Night. The Nightclub is over 21′s and is themed on Venice’s many Renaissance wonders.
Renaissance has made a name for it self by being a club that is versatile, giving you a night that will cater for your tastes.
Renaissance club is all about vibe, the warm vibe that comes from people coming together. The club was designed by Frank Ennis and is built to create warmth – the type that comes from music and drink with friends! The nightclub has 3 floors with intimate seating for groups, and all weather in-closed beer garden on the second floor.
Located Beside Treacys Hotel
Benedicts Nightclub is Enniscorthy’s largest Nightclub
Open Friday Saturday and Sunday, best DJ’s in the South East
Live Cover bands every Sunday from 11pm
Bands J-90, BlueMoose, Big Generator, Starman
1-2 Aston Place, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin
If you’re young and on a budget in Dublin, the National Students Centre is the place to be. It has the cheapest beer in Dublin, pool tables, internet access, newspapers and magazines from all over the world, and late discos on Friday and Saturday and lots more
1 Campsie Business Park, McClean Road, Eglinton, Derry
Exclusive Entertainment Centre reserved for discerning clubbers of 21 years and over.
Entertainment every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Resident and Guest DJ’s
Ideal venue for private parties in a stylish Environment.
Smart Casual Dress Code
The Hillgrove Niteclub is the only nightclub in the picturesque town of Dingle in County Kerry, so this is the only place to go if you want to hit the dancefloor!
Battle Of The Axe Comedy Club
Ha’ Penny Bridge Inn, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin
‘Battle of the Axe’ is a club for ‘up and coming’ comedy acts and singer/song writers.
Many popular artistes first cut their cloth at ‘Battle of the Axe’, famous names such as James Goldsbury, Karl Spain & Neil Delamere & Paddy Casey have received the ‘Lucky Duck Award’ voted for by the audience. Other popular winners at the show include Eddie Naessens, Declan Rooney, Jerome Holland and Simon O’Leary.