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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

Crawdaddy

Critics' choice
Music

Medium-sized Crawdaddy is an exciting new venue that meets the demand for live music with an impressive roster of contemporary jazz, world music and rock....

Hatch Street Upper

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

Diep Le Shaker

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Big, bright and busy, this tasty Thai always seems to be full to capacity. The large, open-plan atrium dining room can take the crowds, though, so it never...

55 Pembroke Lane

Dylan

Critics' choice
Hotels

Cool enough to stay in the Dylan? You wish. This is the boutique hotel that everyone's talking about: from the oversized lanterns strewn around its entrance...

Eastmoreland Place

Hallward Gallery

Critics' choice
Art

Despite being tucked into a Georgian basement, this space is surprisingly bright. Works here tend to be contemporary Irish art of the tried and tested...

65 Merrion Square

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

Jewish Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

This collection of documents and artefacts relating to the Jewish community of Ireland includes a reconstruction of a late 19th-century kitchen typical of a...

3 Walworth Road
Free

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 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

Odeon

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Take a Luas to the old Harcourt Street station. The impressive façade of the Odeon is a sign of what to expect once inside. There aren't too many seats, but...

57 Harcourt Street

Pearl

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Great attention to detail that has gone into the design of this elegant little restaurant, with its prettily upholstered furniture, its discreet modern art,...

20 Merrion Street Upper

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Looking every bit as stellar as its two Michelin étoiles would suggest, Guilbaud's is pretty much the top table in town (although you may find it hard to...

The Merrion Hotel

Royal Hibernian Academy

Critics' choice
Art

Utterly transformed after a year of closure, the Royal Hibernian Academy reopened in late 2008 as a smart, sleek new gallery complete with a suite of...

15 Ely Place
Free

Solas

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

An attractive spot to come to before hitting the clubs along the Camden Street strip, Solas, itself just north on Wexford Street, is trendy yet easy going....

31 Wexford Street
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