Temple Bar is definitely the most famous area in all of Ireland and is probably up there as being one of the most well-known in the world.
It’s tourist attraction sees it packed to capacity each and every day no matter what time of the year.
And while tourists ramble into different pubs and places around the area, the self-titled ‘The Temple Bar’ is a fan favourite with its daily music and amazing craic.
It’s not a secret that its pints are on the expensive side, with punters recording prices of nearly €8 for Heineken and as much as nearly €7 for a pint of Guinness.
So, it comes as no surprise that they’ve recorded a massive profit for last year according to The Irish Independent.
The iconic pub has recorded a pre-tax profit of €3.4m in 2017 which works out at over €65k a week.
It has been opened since 1840 and is renowned for its wide variety of drink – it has more than 450 bottles of Scotch, Bourbon and Irish whiskeys.
They have been awarded the title ‘Traditional Music Pub of the Year’ every year dating back to 2002.
Sure the craic always 90 here.