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SPINSTER, Sycamore Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 8, Ireland

This monthly party is held on the rooftop of Bad Bobs, focussed on the lesbian community and meeting new people. It's held on the 3rd saturday of every month, drawing crowds from across the city. The rooftop space is kept warm and cosy by heat lamps so you can enjoy your night in a unique spot. All the DJs are women, providing the best party music in the area and keeping the fun going late into the night.

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This cosy little watering hole is full of personality as you'd expect from the bar owned by the queen of Dublin drag. This friendly and flamboyant space acts as a meeting place for city's diverse queer community. All sorts of people hang out here during the week for a quieter drink, while come the weekend there's always a party with themed events, live performances, and a mix of music from pop to rock.


Owned by the same iconic drag queen as PantiBar, Pennylane offers a lightly more relaxed (but equally queer and fun) alternative to the other LGBTQ+ bars and clubs in the area. A stylish interior and chilled out vibe make Pennylane perfect for drinks with friends or a hangout after work. You can start your evening here if you're feeling sophisticated before heading across the road to PantiBar for a dance.

Street 66

Tucked away in the heart of trendy south Dublin, close to Dublin castle, Street 66 is a live musical bar. The interior is beautifully designed with rustic yet warm decor so you can relax and feel at home, making this is one of the most loved bars in the city. Music ranges from reggae to soul and jazz, so if you're looking for a uniquely and stylish space, good music, and even better drinks, this is the place to be.


Euphoria is relatively new on Dublin's gay scene but is already super popular as the largest gay club night you can find in Ireland. This large and lively party takes place once or twice a month, with guest DJs providing all your favourite house music. This isn't just a club, it's an experience with the best music and the wildest crowd who love to dance well into the early hours.

The George

The George has been heavily involved in Dublin's LGBTQ+ scene since it opened over 36 years ago, offering a safe and fun space to dance the night away. Today it features nationally recognised drag acts, plus a huge dance floor and a bar that's open throughout the day. Switching from afternoon drinks to after dark parties, The George hosts the ultimate late night clubbing experience.

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Established in 1905 and the building dates back to the 18th century. Authentic Georgian architecture and a large open fire create an ambience suited to conversation. A diverse and varied crowd gather here to unwind, drawn to the first class cocktail lounge upstairs. Your favourite drinks are prepared by talented bartenders, who also serve premium spirits and a selection of rare whiskeys and scotch.

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