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Blarney Woollen Mills

Critics' choice
Shops

The main branch of this chain is actually located in the village of Blarney, so its name is not as shamelessly cheesy as all that. However, don't come here...

21-23 Nassau Street

Green on Red

Critics' choice
Art

It may be a little off the beaten track, but this gallery is well worth seeking out, as many consider it to be one of the city's best. The high industrial...

26-28 Lombard Street East

Greene's

Critics' choice
Shops

Set near the National Art Gallery, Greene's is now one of Dublin's bookish landmarks. An impressive number of literary giants have walked through its doors...

16 Clare Street

Henry Jermyn

Critics' choice
Shops

Keeping the gents of nearby Merrion Square in hats and threads, this high-end tailor has an exclusive, gentleman's club aesthetic: oil paintings, ornate...

16 Clare Street

Kennedy's

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Thanks in part to resident electro/house DJs like Calvin James, Simon Hayes and Dave Salacious, new life has been breathed into this bar-cum-club venue on...

31-32 Westland Row

Mulligan's

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

This legendary Dublin boozer really comes into its own on a Sunday afternoon, when you can sit back and watch the Guinness settle. Mulligan's on Poolbeg...

8 Poolbeg Street

Oisin Art Gallery

Critics' choice
Art

This central, popular gallery recently moved to a beautiful new space right next door to its former home on Westland Row, and now it has a bit more room -...

44 Westland Row

Palace

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

The oldest bar in Dublin to have kept its original form, the grand old Palace deserves a place on everybody's pub crawl. If it's authenticity you're after,...

21 Fleet Street

Science Gallery

Critics' choice
Museums

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
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