JUNE 10-12, 2019


JUNE 10-12, 2019

Business, but not as usual

After the final talk of the day, our attendees take to the streets for Night Summit. This is our hometown, let us show you around. Each evening we’ll cosy into one Dublin’s historic pubs with a drink in hand and the conversation flowing. From there, where the night goes is up to you.

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What to expect

Few cities are as famous for their nightlife as Dublin. Here Night Summit takes on a special flavour. You can expect literary landmarks and pints of the black stuff, but ask any local and they’ll tell you a night in Dublin can take you anywhere and everywhere.

In a lot of ways, Dublin is a small city, but it boasts a lot of great nooks and crannies. From traditional Irish pubs to contemporary bars and restaurants, we’ll show you the best of Dublin, old and new.

Monday, June 11 – Pub Summit

Night Summit kicks off with pub crawls which will be taking place around Dame Lane from 6.30pm. Experience the charms of Dublin’s pubs, have a Guinness (but wait for it to settle first), and hit Night Summit afterwards with other attendees. Pub Crawls are only open for those who pre-register for them. You can register here.

Following the pub crawls, Night Summit will be taking place from 8pm at Dakota.

Tuesday, June 12 – House Dublin

On Tuesday, MoneyConf in partnership with eToro will be taking over House on Leeson Street from 8pm. Located just off Stephen’s Green, House occupies two Georgian townhouses and boasts a garden lined with olive and citrus trees. It’s a venue that’s a comfortable as it is Instagrammable.

Wednesday, June 13 – The Bridge 1859

Join MoneyConf attendees for a final farewell at MoneyConf happy hour at The Bridge from 5pm – 7pm. This is the time to reflect on the talks and conversations from the week over a pint. While you’re there make sure to sample their house beer, Tanknova, fresh from the tank.

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