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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

Bóbó's

Budget
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

Solas

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

One of the city's best DJ bars, Solas is still a good spot at which to kick off your night. Renowned for its sunny rooftop bar, the vibe at this Camden...

31 Wexford Street
Free

Hugo's

Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

With its smart aquamarine frontage and chic interior of gold patterned wallpaper, swag curtains, red-brick walls and (of course) rows of wine bottles,...

6 Merrion Row

Oscar Wilde House

Attractions, Museums

Really somewhere that most people will observe from the outside, as the house is only open for viewings for large groups. A major refurb has left it looking...

American College Dublin
Major venue

Bang Café

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

The owners of this fashionable café have a good pedigree: restaurants and fashion have featured strongly in their lives. They drive fast cars, have pretty...

11 Merrion Row

DAX

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

Basement restaurants have to work a lot harder than their ground-floor colleagues - they need to lure their punters with a guarantee of good food, rather...

23 Upper Pembroke Street

L'Ecrivain

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Classic Irish dishes get a truly gourmet twist at this stalwart of Dublin's fine-dining scene: the oysters in Guinness sabayon are legendary. Located in the...

109A Lower Baggot Street

National Concert Hall

Music

Dublin's main venue for orchestral music was established in 1981, in the Great Hall of what was then University College Dublin. It retains the bland flavour...

Earlsfort Terrace

Number 31

Hotels

Set in one of the city's most fashionable locales, this unique guesthouse is a real find, combining modern design with an almost rural tranquillity. Most of...

31 Leeson Close

Carnival

Bars & pubs, Music

Owned and run by Eamon Doran's - the same crowd that looks after the Dice Bar - Carnival is the top spot on the Camden Street 'strip' if you like your bar...

11 Wexford Street

Flannery's

Bars & pubs

Unashamed of its less-than-appealing exterior, Flannery's is at its busiest on the weekend, when a crowd of nurses, teachers and Gardai pack out the bar....

6 Camden Street Lower

Bernard Shaw Bar

Bars & pubs, Clubs

A proper 113-year-old Irish boozer, the Bernard Shaw was taken over in 2006 by Dublin-based club promoters and label owners Bodytonic. The place has kept...

11-12 South Richmond Street

Imaginosity

Critics' choice
Museums

The capital's newest child-oriented attraction, Imaginosity is a children's museum that has pretty much everything you need to get curious young minds...

The Plaza

National Print Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

Surprisingly enough, this display of printing equipment is not, in fact, mind-numbingly boring - which is a feat in itself. Truth be told, it's positively...

Garrison Chapel
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