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Cake Café

Restaurants & cafés

In a concealed courtyard sandwiched between Pleasant's Place and the back of Daintree stationery shop on Lower Camden Street, this adorable new venture has...

Daintree Stationers

Marks & Spencer


Occupying an enviable spot on busy Grafton Street with a smart black-painted storefront wrapping around the corner into quaint little Duke Street, this is a...

15-20 Grafton Street

Loft Market


This NYC-style indoor fashion market has garnered a loyal following of local fashion junkies and hip students on the trail of the individual, one-off looks...

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre


Bars & pubs, Music

The musicians' corner downstairs attracts traditional players whom you would pay to see elsewhere, and the paying venue upstairs rarely books a duff band...

77 King Street North

Dublin Castle


Formerly the seat of British power in Ireland, and efficiently infiltrated by spies during the Michael Collins era, this isn't really a castle - no moat, no...

Dame Street
Major venue


Bars & pubs

If you suffer from a fear of small spaces, avoid the lavatories in Kehoe's. Designed with Lilliputians in mind, they are (literally) a low point in a pub...

9 South Anne Street

Millets Camping


High-quality tents and camping equipment, and durable, waterproof footwear are the specialities at Millets.

61 Mary Street


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Dublin's oldest microbrewery pub sprawls casually over three storeys. Its wooden decor may be excessively rustic, but the Porterhouse makes up for that with...

16-18 Parliament Street


Restaurants & cafés

In a central location and, in many ways, with a slightly more substantial feel to it, Bóbó's is a main contender for the city's burger buck. Taking the...

22 Wexford Street

Science Gallery

Critics' choice

The newest and most innovative museum to open its doors on Trinity campus, the Science Gallery takes a fresh, fun and lively look at the applications of...

Trinity College


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

There is a reason - no, make that several reasons - why Peploe's is considered to be the best wine bar in town. First, it's a truly sophisticated joint, its...

St Stephen's Green

Guinness Storehouse


It may no longer be part of the active brewery but this 'visitor experience', housed in a six-storey listed building dating from 1904, has become the...

St James's Gate
Major venue



As long as you expect the ear-drumming chart music and walls of teenagers that go with the HMV territory, you won't be diappointed by this comprehensive...

65 Grafton Street


Restaurants & cafés

This industrial first-floor building used to be the yacht club, although when you actually see it, you'll find it looks a lot more like a factory of sorts....

1 West Pier

Chapter One

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

The critics love it, the punters love it and so will you: a meal at Chapter One is easily the most accessible, affordable and enjoyable fine-dining...

18-19 Parnell Square
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