Eamonn Doran's

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Eamonn Doran's was a bar and music venue located in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar area and was formerly known as The Rock Garden.

The Cranberries, Mundy, Paddy Casey, Damien Dempsey, Joy Zipper, Republic Of Loose started off playing there and in 1993, Radiohead played their first ever Irish gig at the venue. The venue also had an adjacent pizza parlour which was part-owned by Huey Morgan of the Fun Lovin' Criminals

Rob Smith performing live at Eamonn Doran's in 2005

TFI Friday broadcast its 2000 St. Patrick's Day episode from the venue, where Chris Evans interviewed Bono and The Edge from U2, The Corrs and actor James Nesbitt.

Coordinates: 53°20′43″N 6°15′46″W / 53.34534°N 6.262693°W / 53.34534; -6.262693