"Dublin is quite small and contained, so it's great to find little
streets and pubs. Kehoe is a pub just off Grafton, which is the
main shopping street. It's really old and a bit dank. The seats
have cigarette burns in them. It's not rough at all, though. It's
just a very old Dublin pub. They do a great pint of Guinness, which
is always very important. Smoky atmosphere. If you're traveling
from Los Angeles, you might not get too much of a kick out of it.
For clubs, there's Lillies Bordello, which is popular. You can go
until 3 in the morning for drinks. I've been drinking at Renard's
for five or six years. They have three different floors, nicely
decorated, quite modern. Downstairs is a nightclub, deejay, the
whole thing, then upstairs is a pool table."
"If I could only eat at one place in Dublin it would be
Abrakebabra, this dodgy kebab restaurant. There are about eight of
them in Dublin. And if you get drunk out of your head, and chances
are you will, at about 3 o'clock in the morning you can get a great
lamb kebab. I come home and I love getting Abrakebabra in me."