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12 rue Princesse · interesting places nearby
Little Temple Bar information
Sports fans pile in to this Irish bar, where football and rugby matches are screened live. It can get heated depending on who’s playing/winning, and the place practically vibrates with noise. But that’s all part of the vibe. Happy hour (5pm to 8pm, Monday to Friday) whittles a pint down to €5.