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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!

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