THE SETTING → They say “the craic is mighty” at The Temple Bar Pub, which is located in the eponymous Temple Bar district of Dublin, the city’s quaint and cobblestoned party central. Established in 1840, the pub is most likely exactly what you imagine when you picture a traditional Irish pub. THE SCENE → The ever-bustling watering hole offers a warm welcome for visitors. Friendly bartenders love to chat about all-things Dublin, so be sure to ask about history and attractions while you partake in a pint amid live, traditional Irish music. THE SIPS → Choose from a large selection of whiskey as well as Irish and international craft beer, and select from a food menu of sandwiches, Irish cheese boards, and fresh oysters that pair perfectly with — what else? — a pint of Guinness!