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Polish clubs / pubs in Dublin?


dxx 12 | 108
25 Jan 2011 #1
Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone was aware of any clubs or pubs in the Dublin city centre (Dublin 1 / Dublin 2) where a lot of Polish or just central European people in general go out?

I know about one place on caple street but if you order a wodka there, its smirnoff so I wouldnt call it Polish, also, all the staff is Chinese...

So if anyone would know any of these place, and on which days it is busy, it would be highly appreciated!

Dxx
puma05
25 Jun 2011 #2
hey,I see that u posted this note a while ago and I was wondering if u've found anything :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jun 2011 #3
Pubs I can understand but why clubs? Why not mix with the locals like most people do when they travel?
puma05
25 Jun 2011 #4
pubs or clubs, I don't mind any of them. Anyway, mixing is not a problem for me but the locals seem to like having their own groups and they rather stick to it
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jun 2011 #5
Because the locals are in the majority. There are huge numbers of Poles in Dublin so finding a Polish pub shouldn't be hard.
puma05
25 Jun 2011 #6
yet I don't know any haha ;)

It's quite easy to make friends with irish guys but I'd love to meet local girls, have someone to chat with on daily basis or go out with every now and then.....I just don't know how to do it. So far, irish girls have been nice to me but not willing to pass the introduction stage, and I'm not saying that there is something wrong with me, I'm very friendly and openminded, it's just that irish girls don't seem to be interested in bonding with foreign girls.
OP dxx 12 | 108
28 Jun 2011 #7
It's quite easy to make friends with irish guys but I'd love to meet local girls, have someone to chat with on daily basis or go out with every now and then.....I just don't know how to do it.

Well, try all the bars in Temple bar in the weekends, lots of Irish girls, the drunker they get, the more talkative too!
Another good place is McGowans of Phipsboro.

To answer your question, I did not find any typical Polish clubs or pubs, and Id love to have a Zywiec on draught!
d28 - | 1
4 Sep 2011 #8
Whereabouts in Dublin are you? I'm a local girl, my granddad was Polish. I'm learning Polish at d moment. I have a couple of Polish friends but always interested in making more!
Droma1
5 Sep 2011 #9
The Czech Inn is popular with Poles. They have a bunch of tasty Czech beers on drafts. It's on Essex gate.
reggin
7 Sep 2011 #10
I'm a local girl, my granddad was Polish.

Youre not Irish, so.
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
7 Sep 2011 #11
it's just that irish girls don't seem to be interested in bonding with foreign girls.

Either they see you as competition (unsurprisingly) or maybe they think you're lesbian? lol

Youre not Irish, so.

She's quite possibly up to 3/4 Irish, so what's your problem "Mr Unregistered", or should that be RevokeNice or whatever you're called now, lol :p
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
7 Sep 2011 #12
it's just that irish girls don't seem to be interested in bonding with foreign girls.

oh they are so up themselves its unbelievable.

"yer not Oirish so" - hey RevokeNice long time no see.
reggin
7 Sep 2011 #13
"yer not Oirish so" - hey RevokeNice long time no see.

Who the hell are you?

As for the opening question, go to The living room on cathal brugha street.
megg
7 Sep 2011 #14
In Dublin there are so many Poles, that whenever you go - it's almost Polish ;)
catsoldier 62 | 596
8 Sep 2011 #15
I could be wrong but many Polish people spend the weekends at friends houses, having a drink and a laugh. There was no tradtion of going to the pub in Poland.
os50906
14 Sep 2011 #16
There is a polish bar on Parnell st in Dublin (top of o'connoll) called ZAGLOBA
catsoldier 62 | 596
14 Sep 2011 #17
I looked up this pub on the internet and it seems that it is closed, maybe someone could tell us for definite?

oranje.salon24.pl/337159,wybory-kto-dzis-pamieta-zaglobe


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