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Berry Bros & Rudd


Housed in the 19th-century splendour of the former Weights & Measures Building on Harry Street, this is surely Dublin's fanciest offy. The cellars are...

4 Harry Street


Critics' choice

The first branch of the successful Italian deli and caffè chain to open outside of England, Dublin's Carluccio's does a good line in luxury Italian produce...

52 Dawson Street

Fallon & Byrne

Critics' choice

The Dean & DeLuca of Dublin, F & B is the foodhall of choice among the city's fashionable professionals and fastidious foodies. Its warehouse vibe and rows...

Exchequer Building



Always busy (and deservedly so), this appetising deli does a roaring trade in fine imported and own-made foods. Gorgeous fresh breads line the counter,...

14 Clarendon Street

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

Sheridan's Cheesemongers

Critics' choice

Coolea, Desmond, Lavistown: these are just some of the wonderful Irish artisinal cheeses that have people lapsing into Wallace-like trances of dairy-induced...

11 Anne Street South



Not to be confused with the cracking pub of the same name next door, this Whelan's is nothing more exciting than a reliable, city centre off-licence.

23 Wexford Street