Bad Ass Cafe Dublin

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 10.00am – till Late & Friday to Saturday 8.00am – till Late

9-11 Crown Alley,

Temple Bar,

Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 675 3005

Bad Ass Cafe Templebar Dublin Ireland
Bad Ass Cafe Templebar Dublin Ireland


The Bad Ass Café is a Place with a Face, this is where you will find friendly faces, happy faces and often famous faces. The Bad Ass Café is home to great food, personal service and world renowned hospitality. The Bad Ass Café is home to great traditions, fine food and traditional Irish service as it should be.


Every weekend Temple Bar plays host to fashion, food and book markets spread around the main public squares, browse the maps for local attractions and check out all the latest events by picking up a copy of our Temple Bar visitor information in the Bad Ass Cafe or the Information Centre in Essex St.

How to get to Temple Bar

If you arrive at Heuston or Connolly Station, which are Dublin’s principal railway stations. The Bad Ass Cafe is a short taxi ride from both stations. The new Luas (Light Rail) Red Line Service operates between Connolly and Heuston Stations. If you arriving by Luas from Connolly Station, get off at the Abbey Street Stop and make your way south (left) to the Ha’penny Bridge, cross this bridge through Merchants Arch into Temple Bar, Crown Alley is right in front of you, walk straight on, and the The Bad Ass Cafe is the first building 20 metres on your right. If arriving from Heuston Station on the Luas, again get off at Abbey Street, take a right turn down to the Quays, again cross the Ha’penny Bridge and take the same directions.

Bus

A city bus runs between Connolly and Heuston Station, passing through the city centre, approximately every ten minutes If you are taking a Bus from Connolly station, ask the driver to stop the bus at Aston Quay. Get off the bus and walk towards O’Connell Bridge, take a right turn onto Westmoreland Street, and take the next right onto Fleet Street. Walk down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley. Turn left and walk for 20 metres, the Bad Ass Cafe is the first building on your right. If you are coming from Heuston Station ask the driver to stop at Bachelors Walk, get off the bus and cross O’Connell Bridge, cross onto Westmoreland Street, and take a right turn onto Fleet Street. Walk down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley, turn left and The Bad Ass Cafe is two doors up on your right.

Air Coach or Airbus 747

The blue Air Coach or Airbus 747, both travel directly by road from Dublin International Airport to O’Connell Street. Journey times vary between 25-45 minutes – avoid rush hour traffic (i.e. 7.30 – 9.30; 17.00 – 18.30). Prices are approximately €6 one-way, €10 return. Taxi fare from the airport should cost approximately €18-25, depending on traffic and the number of people travelling.

From North Wall ferries, proceed along East Wall Road. Right turn onto North Wall Quay at the Point Theatre, continue along the north quays. Turn left onto the Matt Talbot Memorial Bridge. Turn right onto Georges Quay, continue along Burgh Quay. Turn left at O’Connell Bridge onto D’Olier Street, at the intersection turn right onto College Street, and right again onto Westmoreland Street. Take a left turn onto Fleet Street. Walk down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley. Walk 20 metres up Crown Alley, the Bad Ass Cafe is the first building on the right.

Approach from the N1 on to Dorset Street. Make a left turn onto Gardiner Street, and continue to the Sean MacDermot Street intersection. Turn right onto Sean Mac Dermot Street. Take a left turn at the O’Connell Street Intersection. Continue the length of O’Connell Street, cross O’Connell Bridge, leading onto D’Olier Street and make a right turn at the street’s end looping onto Westmoreland Street. Take a left turn onto Fleet Street. Head down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley. Walk 20 metres up Crown Alley, the Bad Ass Cafe is the first building on the right.

Approach on N11 onto Leeson Street. Circle St. Stephens Green and turn left onto Dawson Street, turn right onto Nassau Street. Keep Trinity College on your left and bear left at Lincoln Place, turn left onto Westland Row, and then left onto Pearse Street. Follow Dublin’s one-way system and turn right on Tara Street. Turn Left onto Essex Quay before you cross the bridge. At O’Connell Bridge turn left and continue along D’Olier Street, make a right turn onto College Street. Turn right onto Westmoreland Street. Take a left turn onto Fleet Street. Walk down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley. Walk 20 metres up Crown Alley, the Bad Ass Cafe is the first building on the right.

Approach Dublin on the N4 onto St Johns Road West. Make a left turn after Heuston Station and cross the River Liffey. Continue the length of the Quays until you reach O’Connell Street at which point make a right turn. Cross O’Connell Bridge and continue along D’Olier Street, make a right turn onto College Street. Turn right onto Westmoreland Street. Take a left turn onto Fleet Street. Head down Fleet Street until it intersects with Crown Alley. Walk 20 metres up Crown Alley, the Bad Ass Cafe is the first building on the right.

Every Friday night, the Bad Ass Comedy Cafe serves Kick Ass Food with a healthy dose of laugh your ass of comedy. Having successfully launched in November 2011 the Laugh Out Loud Club is one of the more recent additions to Dublin’s ever growing live comedy calendar.

For the extremely small, almost laughable, fee of just €12.00 you are subject to, in an intimate, city-centre venue, side splitting comedy from Ireland’s world famous Comedians. The club’s revolving line up has already attracted the likes of Fr Ted’s Pat McDonnell, Paul Tylak, John Colleray from RTE’s The Savage Eye and Trevor Lock, who has supported Stewart Lee and Russell Brand. As the Comedy Café continues to grow you can expect a wide range of world renowned entertainers.


So if you would like to try something different, strange and a little bit crazy we’ve got just the ticket here at the Bad Ass Comedy Café.

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