An authentic example of an Irish tavern, with décor far removed from the repetitive plastic of international chains and watched over by hanging gardens, you’ll find The Palace transports you on a voyage to the past as you step inside. The décor is reminiscent of the beginning of the 20th century, with dark wooden furniture and walls, armchairs to sit in, and there’s always a classic pint to be had at the bar. Situated in the prime nightlife area, Temple Bar, this is a favourite spot for locals as well as tourists looking for a taste of authenticity; with no TVs or loud music, you can drink beer and chat without shouting. Another entertainment option in the same area is Club M, a club/bar for seeing and being seen, which attracts the classiest of Dublin society in flocks to its masquerade balls and live DJs. In the latter case, the music is the focal point, setting the scene for meeting and greeting on the dancefloor.
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