PICS: This Francis Street Cocktail Bar Looks Seriously Cool On The Inside

Have you tried Drop Dead Twice yet?

Ladies What Cocktail

We paid Drop Dead Twice a visit recently and were seriously impressed by the place.

Having only opened back in October, and since they took a break over January, you may not have had the time to try out the Francis Street spot just yet.

But we'd recommend you take the time. 

Here's how it works: you bring you own booze and pay for a two-hour slot, which is €25 on Friday and Saturday and €15 on Wednesday and Thursday, and in that time the mixologists on hand will whip up a variety for a cocktails based on your personal preferences (they made us something that tasted exactly like a jam doughnut).

While you can order standard cocktails, the beauty of this place is that there is no fixed menu, so your drinks are literally being invented on the spot.

If the concept and the service isn't enough to entice you, then the decor might do the trick. 

Created by Mick Jennings, who is also one of the bar's mixologists, the artwork adorning Drop Dead Twice's walls draws inspiration from 1950s americana, heavily influenced by Saul Bass, who was responsible for hundreds of iconic movie posters. 

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Drop Dead Twice Outline
Ladies What Cocktail
Weve Got An Eye On You

Speaking to the Drop Dead Twice team, Lovin Dublin was informed that they're proving especially popular for first dates on Tinder – which bar tenders can spot a mile off.

Since it makes for a unique dating experience, the crew will be serving a Valentine's Day Martini for the special occasion: a strawberry-flavoured Valentini made with either gin or rum.

Valentini Martini
Love Is In The Air

Sound good? You'll find Drop Dead Twice upstairs on 18-19 Francis Street, D8.

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Seán Kenehan

Seán is known for eating, drinking and writing, making him uniquely qualified to work for Lovin Dublin. Seán enjoys skipping stones wistfully, puns that'd make a dad blush, and referring to himself in the third person.

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