Ireland is a place where there are a lot of students from all around the world. Whether they are living here, or have come just for studies or internships, the goal is to have the best experience and have a good time in this beautiful country. Going to the bar is a great way to meet people and enjoy time.
Dublin is an amazing place to go out. Bars and clubs are not in short supply, there are many of them across the city. You will discover the best places for students and more precisely for international students who don’t really know where to go depending on what they are looking for. In this list, there are bars depending on prices, tastes and experiences you want.
Here are the Best Bars for international students in Dublin!
The Living Room is one of Dublin’s best sports bars. It’s open 7 days a week with over 50 screens with the largest selection of live sports. Catch all the action on game days and enjoy the outdoors with their 12-meter screen. Combined with great pints and delicious food to have the best time possible. Later on, the music goes up and the party starts in the late night bar.
Cathal Brugha St, Rotunda, Dublin 1
Located on O’Connell Bridge, the River Bar offers a relaxed atmosphere, diverse drinks and fantastic food. This is the perfect place to have a pint and relax. If you want to watch sports games you’re in the right place. Now sit in front of their brand new 12ft screen, boasting one of the largest indoor screens in the city. While you support your favorite team, you could enjoy a variety of delicious homemade dishes as well as a wide range of world beers, spirits, wines, shots and cocktails served at your table.
1 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2
Situated in the heart of Portobello, The Camden is an amazing place to watch Sports on a huge screen and there are smaller ones around the bar. In this Sports Bar, in addition to enjoying the place, you will be offered drinks of all kinds and food at good prices so that your evening is complete.
84-87 Camden Street, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2
Dicey’s is one of the most popular nightclubs of Dublin, and it’s also open during the day to enjoy the place at any time. There can be a queue at night, but it should not prevent you from having a great time. With a DJ and a late-night bar, Dicey’s is a popular hangout spot .Dicey’s also offers very affordable prices, so perfect for students who want to have a good time without worrying about the budget.
21-25 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2
This Bar/Lounge is a good place to meet new people and to party. O’Reilly’s offers drinks of all kinds, very affordable and of good quality. Not far from O’Connell bridge, this bar is very easy to access. During the late afternoon you will enjoy a quieter bar but if this is not what you need and you want to meet people you will have to wait until night falls to enjoy an incredible night
Tara Street Station, Poolbeg St, Dublin 2
All week the DJs are there to make every night great. It is both a concert venue and also a nightclub. This place is a must for students in Dublin. The prices are very affordable because it offers cocktails at good prices and you could also enjoy live music.
10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Live Music Bars
The Temple Bar is iconic in Dublin city center and it deserves this fame. The area is full of other bars and people which allow you to have incredible moments and meet new people. There is a wide choice of drinks of all kinds and a great atmosphere.
47-48, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Whelan’s is definitely one of the most popular pubs for students in dublin. This is also a great place for live music and concerts. Whelan’s is an ideal place if you don’t particularly like nightclubs and you like live music. Drinks can be served until the early hours of the morning, perfect to have a great night. Meet friends or new people in this warm and rustic bar which offers a wide selection of drinks.
25 Wexford St, Portobello, Dublin 2
This bar and club is a pretty good place for people who love live Music. This bar allows you to enjoy all Dublin has to offer with great events. You will find all the drinks you want with cocktails at reasonable prices.
35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1
Ryan’s is a traditional Irish Pub opened in 1872 in the city center of Dublin. This bar can be a perfect place to have a drink or to watch a sports game. In the same way that some nights the atmosphere becomes crazy. There are often live music sessions.
Camden Street Lower, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2