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Copperface Jack'sCopper Face Jack's
29/30 Harcourt St., Dublin 2, Ireland.
A large dance floor, surrounded by antiques, anchors this popular dance club that attracts a young, hard-partying crowd.

Lillie's BordelloLillie's Bordello
Adam Court, Dublin, Ireland; Tel. 1.679 9204
Cinema stars and music industry celebrities as well as a variety of posers lounge beneath the crystal chandeliers at the legndary Lillie's Bordello. A velvet rope at the entrance and a 10 euro cover keep it exclusive. Themed to impersonate a Victorian paid-sex venue, Lillie's is painted burgundy and attired in velvet curtains. Its underlit glowing red bar serves seven varieties of top shelf champagne by the bottle, as well as numerous brands of clear liquors, many of them fruit flavored. Incongruously, a table football machine sits near the end of the bar. A small dance floor permits beautiful people to strut their attributes to musical rhythms. (Dan Pulcrano)

Viper RoomViper Room
5 Aston Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Piano bar with late night drinking (they pull the taps around 4am) and DJ dancing downstairs.

Café en Seine
40 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Step back into 19th century Paris when you enter this enormous pub on Dawson Street. With its Art Deco interior and glass atrium, you'll feel like you're in a scene from Moulin Rouge. This is definitely a hot spot, as evidenced by the body-to-body crowds that congregate on Saturday nights. And beer is still the drink of choice, despite the feeling that you should be ordering an absinthe. (Patti Woods)

Club M
Bloom's Hotel, Anglesea Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland.
R&B and DJ dance music, Thu-Sun. Covers range from €5 on Thu. and Sun to €15 on Saturday.

Johnnie Fox's Traditional Irish Music Pub
Glencullen, Co. Dublin, Ireland
For a more traditional experience, visit Johnnie Fox's Pub, known as the "highest pub in Ireland." About a 20-minute drive from the center of Dublin, the pub is located in Glencullen in the Dublin Mountains. Here they offer "hooley nights" — evenings of traditional Irish music and dancing, and a four-course dinner with plenty of options, including incredibly fresh seafood. Touristy? Yes. But fun? Definitely. (Patti Woods)

Oliver Goldsmith's Bar
Trinity Arch Dame Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Traditional Irish music every Mon-Weds. and Sun. nights.

The George
Popular Dublin gay bar has dance floor, Sunday night bingo and selection of beers and mixed drinks.

The Temple Bar
47-48 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland.
The Temple Bar is the answer to many a prayer: a proper Irish pub with an off-the-hook whiskey selection, knowledgeable friendly bartenders, filled with song and partying patrons. There's live, traditional Irish music daily.


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