Are you traveling or moving to Dublin and wondering where to meet queer women? This is a monthly lesbian rooftop party and the best place to meet new people! I went there several times and always had a blast. But the party is always fun, and there are lady DJs to play music and keep you up all night. The George is the oldest and most famous gay bar in Dublin. The best days to go there are Saturdays and Sundays.
Although homosexuality was not decriminalised in Ireland until , things have changed rapidly since and there is an active and lively gay scene in most cities and some larger towns. Outside of urban centres things are still a little bleak on the social front, though intolerance is rare. Dublin is a very gay friendly city, in fact so integrated has the gay community become in the capital that there is little need to seek out fringe events or clubs, though there are plenty of gay bars and nightclubs to chose from. Cork and Galway also have thriving gay scenes though with much less choice than Dublin, while Waterford is catching up. In other towns and cities you may not find exclusively or predominantly gay venues but many are gay friendly.
This is the oldest and largest bar in Dublin. Opening 8 years before the decimalisation of being gay in Ireland. The George is a warm and friendly nightclub with an electrifying atmosphere That attracts all age ranges.