You can always bank on celebrities being out and about at Christmas time, here’s where you’re guaranteed to spot a few famous faces:
You’re always guaranteed to see a famous face or two at this South William Street hotspot. Roz Purcell, Jordi Murphy, James Patrice and James Kavanagh have all been known to enjoy the occasional drink here. If you sit outside you also have the added benefit of being at one of Dublin’s prime people watching spots and you’re bound to spot some of Ireland’s best known faces as they strut their stuff down Coppinger Row.
2. Lemon and Duke
Rob and Dave Kearney opened their second pub during the summer months, after their Ballsbridge bar The Bridge 1859 proved to be a huge success, but this time around they joined forces with fellow rugby players Jamie Heaslip and Sean O’Brien and it’s slowly becoming one of Dublin’s most popular venues. Located just off Grafton Street, the thriving bar has played host to a number of famous faces since opening it’s doors, namely rugby players, of course – but it’s definitely worth a visit for a celeb spotting binge.
3. Mojo’s Mullingar
Mullingar is home to Niall Horan and Bressie – two of VIP’s favourite celebrities! When the boys are home for Christmas time, they’ve both been known to complete Mullingar’s 12 pubs and finish the night off in Mojo’s night club, located in the town centre. Olly Murs recently said that he’d love to visit his pal Niall’s hometown and head out to Mojo’s, “Mojo’s? I’m in. Me and Niall are coming to Mojo’s for a night out! We’re gonna do it!” he said.
Xico has played host to a number of famous faces since opening its doors over two years ago. Justin Bieber has been their most notable celebrity guest to date, after he visited the Baggot Street Venue twice while in Dublin last month. Although we can’t promise you’ll bump into Justin this Christmas, you’re guaranteed to bump into a famous face or two at Xico; Keith Duffy, Pippa O’Connor and Laura Whitmore have all partied the night away here.
This Harcourt Street nightclub is notorious for it’s elite guest list and now that it’s been reopened after €1.1 million refurbishments it’s bound to draw in some of Ireland’s best known faces. Since reopening it’s played host to celebrities like Jeremy McConnell, Dillon St. Paul, Eoghan McDermott and Adam Weafer.