Cocktail Bar

The Dirty South Comes To The Northside – NOLA inspired hotspot KREWE review

After much trouble in Haiti and the increasing likeliness of more warfare in Europe, Napolean decided to sell Louisiana (New France) to the United States in the Lousiana Purchase of 1803. A massive coup for President Thomas Jefferson, nearly doubling the size of his territory as the purchase included land from many current US states …

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A Celebration of Poitín and Irish Spirits - Bar 1661 Review

A Celebration of Poitín and Irish Spirits – Bar 1661 Review

In 1661, poitín became illegal in Ireland. While the ban was lifted in 1997, the date was chosen to name what is set to be the “global flagship for Irish poitín”, as founder Dave Mulligan refers to Bar 1661, located on Green Street and dedicated to craft cocktails that exalt the original uisce beatha, as well as Irish …

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American Bar

For One Night Only! London’s American Bar at The Savoy is Taking Over this Cork Hotspot

The Savoy’s “American Bar” is the oldest cocktail bar in Britain and one of the most renowned bars in the world. It was named World’s Best Bar at Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards 2018 and the World’s Best Bar at World’s 50 Best in 2017. The American Bar’s ethos combines innovation, simplicity and glamour …

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Maybe Not Today and Maybe Not Tomorrow but soon … Treat Yourself to The Stella Experience

The doors to the stunning Stella Theatre were first flung open in 1923. Originally designed by architectural firm Higginbotham & Stafford it held 1,283 patrons, making it Ireland’s largest cinema at that time. In keeping with its Art Deco roots, the first floor was a ballroom and an incredible fountain took pride of place in …

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Live the High Life in 9 Below – Dublin’s Newest and Most Luxurious Bar

After finishing a dinner review of Locks we decided to check out Alan Clancy’s new bar tucked away on St.Stephen’s Green. Clancy has had a number of success stories in recent years which include the very popular House, Xico, The Oak and 37 Dawson Street. The new bar, 9 Below, located in the basement of …

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Dirty Dancing

You’ll Have the Time of Your Life at this Dirty Dancing Prosecco Bar

Get ready to have the time of your life because a Dirty Dancing pop-up cinema is making its way to the UK, and it’s bringing a Prosecco bar with it. Popping up in Glasgow this August, the ‘Dirty Dancing Experience’ will be filled with singing, dancing, live-action surprises and Prosecco. Taking place in the famous …

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No.27 Bar at The Shelbourne, Dublin – #TasteCocktailFest

Is there anything better than sipping on an expertly crafted cocktail on a summer’s evening? We think not. With that in mind, TheTaste Summer Cocktail Festival takes the hassle out of the hunt for Ireland’s finest shaken and stirred favourites. With hotspot cocktail bars around the country showcasing their skills with a special cocktail to …

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rooftop bars

Cocktail with a View – The Most Spectacular Rooftop Bars Around the World

With summer upon us, there’s nothing quite like sitting outside with a nice drink and watching the world go by. Sipping a cocktail while taking in a breathtaking view is the perfect way to spend an evening. With this in mind, here’s a selection of the most beautiful views from some of the best rooftop bars around …

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Cafe en Seine – An Epicentre of Contemporary Parisian Culture and Creativity

Once home to French soldiers and British Commanders, a manufacturing hub and a clerical club, a doctor’s surgery and a bicycle shop, a piano warehouse and an automobile showroom… even the Irish Government took up residence at 39-40 Dawson St. This is an address that has always embraced change and those that want to create …

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