The Front Lounge is a welcoming and very popular and trendy bar. Street 66 is also super homely with living room furniture and lampshade lighting encouraging guests to stay longer than the usual bar. Even Irish celebrities can sometimes be spotted there! Named for the witty and wry - and infamous in his day - Irish gay literary icon Oscar Wilde, Oscars actually has two establishments in Dublin, both of them exceedingly supportive of and welcoming toward LGBT folks. For a good time you will inevitably have to go to straight venues as well as gay ones. By Andrew Collins.
Set on Capel Street on the Northside of Dublin, Pantibar opened in with a mission to create an old-school friendly gay bar which considers our unique city setting and cosmopolitan vibe, all whilst remaining utterly relaxed and welcoming.
Tell us why! Originally a gay club, resident DJs Ghostboy and the fantastic Kelly-Anne Byrne have also attracted a straight clientele to the place. Share Pin Email. On May 22,Ireland made history by becoming to the first county to vote same-sex marriage into lawby public referendum.
Located on the North Side of Dublin in Capel Street, Pantibar opened in and the business shows no sign of slowing down.