Irish pubs and the good reputation of local beers attract tourists from all over the world who want to experience the nightlife in Dublin. But the city isn’t limited to classic and tourist pubs, with the capital of Ireland providing several options of bars, restaurants and events for you to enjoy the vibrant and bustling Dublin nightlife.
With that in mind, we picked up the best places to go when you miss Brazilian parties!
The Wool Shed Sports Bar – Originally Australian, with a Brazilian twist
This traditional Australian bar that began in Dublin in 2003 is open every day of the week and is ideal for those who like to watch soccer games, MMA fights and other sports with the crowd. The venue has 3 large screens and 22 high definition TVs, as well as 4 bars spread over 3 floors. On the drinks menu, you’ll find more than 50 types of beers, including local and international ones, as well as lemon, strawberry or passion fruit caipirinha. Among the food options, you can quench your nostalgia for Brazil by ordering delicious tapioca dishes served with sweet and sour pepper sauce or homemade corn cake topped with guava paste. If you’re not a big sports fan, don’t worry! The bar also regularly organizes Brazilian and South American party nights, with live music, karaoke, DJ and much more.
Address: Parnell Street, Dublin 1, D01K5N8.
Hill 16 Pub – Guaranteed fun in an Irish pub with the soul of Brazil
With events every day, the venue has a program mostly aimed at the Brazilian public. In addition to broadcasting football matches, the pub has live music nights on its weekly schedule, including samba, pagode and sertanejo bands. For lovers of good cuisine, every Wednesday and Saturday, from 12 pm, the bar serves a super feijoada! On the menu, you will also find guaraná, condensed milk pudding, as well as dishes made with sirloin steak or chicken filet accompanied by rice, beans and fries. If you like to dance, the pub often promotes “forró night” with a live band, free entrance and guaranteed fun. It is worth following the weekly agenda on the pub’s social media.
Address: 30 Middle Gardiner Street
Dicey’s Garden – The accessible and darling ballad of Brazilians
If you like the club atmosphere, you need to check out the Brazilian hangout in Dublin: Dicey’s Garden. With a younger audience and drinks at super affordable prices, the place conquers everyone with its nights filled with music of all styles, from pop to funk. The nightclub has different environments, such as an open patio for smokers, a space with a dance floor, bar and cabins. Even on weekdays Dicey’s Garden gets crowded, so remember to get there early to make the most of the varied spaces. Since its reopening after the COVID-19 pandemic, it is necessary to guarantee tickets to the club in advance, and tickets have a value of €1.
Address: 21-25 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2, D02YF24
In the midst of all the novelties and challenges of living in Dublin, nothing better than knowing that there are welcoming places to minimize the nostalgia for Brazilian culture, reminding you of your country, whether through music, football, food or from the caipirinha. In addition to the fun, in all these places you will also have the chance to meet amazing people who understand what it’s like to be an immigrant in another country.
So, did you feel like knowing our directions? We hope this post was helpful for your journey in Dublin! Tag your friends, share this article and get ready to feel the energy of Brazil in the Irish capital!