Krystle - Dublin
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Directions to Krystle
Krystle is a big club with a large local presence to match. Step inside and you'll find two large bars - the first as you enter, and the second in the beer garden.
Thanks to Ireland's famously (ok, infamously) unpredictable weather, Krystle's crowning achievement is probably the rooftop beer garden. This fully heated and seated space makes it possible to enjoy yourself outside on the most miserable evening, climate-wise.
Once you've chosen a bar, next you need to decide what you're drinking - you might peruse their menu of cocktails which put a modern spin on the classics.
When it comes to sounds, Krystle offers a blend of the usual 'everyone knows it' commercial fare, R'n'B, and funky house (with live percussionists nicked from some of London's top clubs).
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