The Camden Street locale is the central party area for young Dubliners and can offer a night out for everyone. The more homely bars, Devitt’s and Ryan’s can provide traditional music and good company, while the sophisticated beer drinkers go to Against the Grain for its craft blends of ale and beer. If its sports you are looking for then look no further, there is The Bleeding Horse and Cassidy’s showing all the main events seven days a week.Now if it’s music that gets you then Whelan’s, one of Dublin’s most popular live music venues, offers everything from rock to rap. Dancing shoes can be slipped on for the dance music in The Village, The Palace, Dices and D2 and the trendy people can groove away to pop in Copper Faced Jacks and Flannery’s. Of course not forgetting the hipsters, the Bernard Shaw is merely a hop skip and a jump away, with a pizza bus and pool tables in the outside area.

If none of this is your cup of tea you can have coffee and buns in the hidden gardens of the Cake Café. Or dine in the fabulous restaurants of the world, Neon (Thai), Las Tapas De Lola (Spanish), Saagar (Indian) and many more. It is a one stop shop for fun outside the clamour of Temple Bar.