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Ark Children's Cultural Centre

Critics' choice
Attractions

Despite its slightly earnest mission statement (that 'all children, as citizens, have the same cultural entitlements as adults'), the Ark is, more than...

11A Eustace Street

Avalon House

Critics' choiceBudget
Hotels

A firm favourite among Dublin's budget travellers, this pleasantly warm and cheery guesthouse occupies a lovely old red-brick building. Its pine floors,...

55 Aungier Street

Avoca

Critics' choice
Shops

Avoca is always ferociously busy at the weekends, but it's worth braving the crowds: this is one of the best-loved stores in town for a reason. As well as a...

11-13 Suffolk Street

Ba Mizu

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Richly decorated in dark wood and some decidedly odd art, Ba Mizu is one of Dublin's better upscale watering holes. Subdued lighting and plush leather...

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Bald Barista

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

The barista in question is Buzz Fendall, a man on a mission to 'bring amazing coffee to Dublin'. And it is a mission that is accomplished on a daily basis...

68 Aungier Street

Bewley's Café Theatre

Critics' choice
Cabaret & circus, Music, Theatre

Dublin's only year-round venue for lunchtime drama, this café theatre is an elegant and intimate space that has a reputation for staging exciting,...

78 Grafton Street

Bewley's Oriental Café

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

It's not exactly a well-kept secret but this long-standing café on Grafton Street deserves its pole position on the tourist circuit, for its pedigree alone....

78 Grafton Street

Books Upstairs

Critics' choice
Shops

This worthy independent bookshop has been going for decades and it continues to attract discerning punters, visiting writers and resident academics with its...

36 College Green

Brick Alley Café

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

Only the name has changed at this delightful café (formerly the Joy of Coffee), which will come as a relief to its many loyal fans. Small and often crowded,...

25 East Essex Street

Bruxelles

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Bruxelles is one of those Dublin institutions that somehow manages to appeal to almost every punter - hairy, heavy metal fans, indie kids in skinny jeans,...

7-8 Harry Street

Bruxelles

Critics' choice
Music

The musical quality here can vary, but even so, this is a great pub: you'd do well to pop in for a drink anyway. Local blues acts play upstairs early in the...

7-8 Harry Street

Carluccio's

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

The Carluccio's formula is probably well-known to most lovers of good-quality and affordably priced regional Italian food, so it needs little introduction,...

52 Dawson Street

Carluccio's

Critics' choice
Shops

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

Dakota

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Dimmed lighting and half-moon leather booths make Dakota one of Dublin's coolest and (predictably) busiest late-night bars. The long bar ensures you're...

9 William Street South
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