Howl at the Moon - Dublin
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Howl at the Moon near Merrion Square sprawls over four levels - rising from the underground atmospheric nightclub to the top floor Velvet Lounge. You'll also have a choice of four bars to keep you socially lubricated as you party until the wee small hours.
With a capacity of 300 or so, this is a cool, fun spot - although you'll probably have to clear off upstairs if you actually want to talk to anyone - it can get pretty loud.
The large dance floor offers plenty of space for shakin' what you got, and the resident DJ provides a soundtrack of the latest hits (with the odd blast from the past for good measure). Available after 10pm, table reservations can be made (for groups from 8 to 30), making your night even more memorable.
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