The Irish Village also hosts a variety of entertainment activities, including live performances by in-house bands and invited bands from afar. In addition, the Hopfest beer festival is held every August, and large screens are placed for customers to watch major sports events.
It is super close to the T3 terminal of Dubai International Airport. The atmosphere of the bar is very nice, the food is delicious and the wine is good, slightly expensive.
The Irish Village is very beautiful. The size of this village is not very large, but the whole area is really unique. There are many small bars and cafes here, and most of the locals are European and American.
Alcohol is forbidden in many Islamic countries in the Middle East, but Dubai is completely open, with bars full of streets, and relatively elegant bars in Irish Village!
The scenery is particularly beautiful, the residents are particularly friendly, the environment is comfortable, the service is warm and thoughtful, the transportation is convenient, the supporting facilities are complete, and the price is high!
Preston_Dominguez: Garhoud - Dubai
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Creekside Park,Dubai Dolphinarium,Encounter Zone,Al Boom Tourist Village,The Irish Village