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Once an uninspiring department store better known for school uniforms than stylish clothing, Arnotts has completely reinvented itself as a vast and...
12 Henry Street
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
The young and young-at-heart are likely to lose their heads in this colossal pantheon of play. The tightly packed aisles roar with every big brand name you...
48 Mary Street
The name may have changed (the moniker Big Brother Records didn't sound quite so good in the age of reality TV) but the staff are still as friendly as ever....
4 Fownes Street Upper
A highly professional, reliable agency with consistently good reports, the Belgrave provides in-hotel babysitting services throughout Dublin. Just don't...
56 Mulgrave Street Dun Laoghaire
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
A good, central resource for PC-related gizmos and software, this long-running computer store puts a friendly face on the business of getting technical. And...
2 Chatham Row
Give your feet a treat at this large Birkenstock emporium. Expect to find a good variety of styles from the German sandal and earthy footwear meisters.
36 Wicklow Street
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
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
Plush, elegant and painfully fashionable, BTs is popular with travelling celebs, rich kids and the local glitterati. There are more designer labels than you...
88-95 Grafton Street
As well as the usual cameras, camcorders, binoculars and telescopes, Camera Centre also offers a one-hour film-processing service as well as facilities to...
56 Grafton Street
Now known as the Camera Company (it used to be the Camera Exchange) this well-stocked shop has plenty of new and used camera equipment, with clued-up staff...
9B Trinity Street
Dublin's Camper store stocks a wide range of designs from the hip Mallorcan shoe company. It's a relatively small space, but the shoes are nicely displayed,...
10 Wicklow Street
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
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