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101 Talbot

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Casual, but serious about its vegetarian customers, this long-running restaurant nourishes wise locals who pay little attention to food fads. Don't expect...

101 Talbot Street

Academy

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Formerly Spirit nightclub, the new-look Academy on Abbey Street Middle has been reborn largely as a live venue. Still, there is much to love here for...

57 Abbey Street Middle

Café Cagliostro

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

Tiny and fabulous, Café Cagliostro is one of the main tenants in the Bloom's Lane courtyard, just off the quays. It features plain, stylish furniture and...

Bloom's Lane

Chapter One

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

The critics love it, the punters love it and so will you: a meal at Chapter One is easily the most accessible, affordable and enjoyable fine-dining...

18-19 Parnell Square

Gate

Critics' choice
Theatre

The Abbey's misfortune is the Gate's opportunity. While the national theatre has been foundering since the start of the millennium, its younger, sassier...

1 Cavendish Row

Gresham Hotel

Critics' choice
Hotels

A key part of Dublin's political and leisure history (it featured in the Easter Rising as a refuge and, later, as a hideout), the Gresham has been taking...

23 Upper O'Connell Street

Hugh Lane Café

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

It may be squirreled away in the basement of the excellent Hugh Lane Gallery but this popular café is saved from pokiness by windows looking out on to an...

Hugh Lane Gallery

James Joyce Centre

Critics' choice
Museums

Joyce never lived here, nor did Leopold Bloom, though a minor character in Ulysses - Denis Maginni - held dance classes here (but then in what building in...

35 North Great George's Street

Jen Kelly

Critics' choice
Shops

Not somewhere you can just wander into, couturier Jen Kelly's exclusive studio is geared more to those with the budget and ideas for a bespoke service. His...

50 North Great George's Street

Louis Copeland

Critics' choice
Shops

Ireland's most famous tailor has been kitting out the chaps for over a century. As well as Copeland's own brand, the store also stocks suits from Hugo Boss,...

39-41 Capel Street

Panem

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

It may be small but this superb café puts a lot of thought and effort into what it does. Hearty granola, moreish muffins and fresh croissants acompany...

21 Ormond Quay Lower

Pravda

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

One of the more consistent spots on the north side of Dublin's River Liffey, this Russian-themed bar has comfy seating and a fine selection of vodkas, all...

35 Lower Liffey Street
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Savoy

Critics' choice
Cinemas

The Savoy, long a fixture of shabby 1970s chic that perfectly complemented the litter-strewn O'Connell Street has, like the street itself, finally had its...

16-17 O'Connell Street Upper
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