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Coolea, Desmond, Lavistown: these are just some of the wonderful Irish artisinal cheeses that have people lapsing into Wallace-like trances of dairy-induced...
11 Anne Street South
Relaxed and tastefully decorated with antique-style furnishings, this small, chic salon has a calm vibe: they even throw in an Indian head massage with...
17 Drury Street
Having relocated in mid 2008 to this ultra chic Temple Bar site (a lovingly restored little townhouse on Drury Street that looks like it has been imported,...
31 Drury Street
Smart, modern and well stocked with designer frames (from Prada and Miu Miu to Alain Mikli and Tom Ford), Spectacle Parade has a variety of...
24 Lower Stephen Street
Proving that comics and graphic novels have a readership beyond that of arrested adolescents and lank-haired loners, this smart little comic store on...
2 Exchequer Street
Shops, Sport, health & fitness
Neither spa nor gym, Thérapie is a one-stop shop for the body, whether it's pampering you require (there is a long menu of beauty treatments involving...
8 Molesworth Street
Affable design duo Niall Tyrrell and Donald Brennan have broken the rigorous fashion mould with bold designs for real women. Don't expect any fuddy-duddy...
13 Lower Pembroke Street
Not to be confused with the cracking pub of the same name next door, this Whelan's is nothing more exciting than a reliable, city centre off-licence.
23 Wexford Street
In terms of homeware, lighting and furniture, there is one name that rules the roost in Dublin: Wild Child Originals. Looking for an original Eames rocking...
61 South Great George's Street
You'll find plenty of interesting titles at this beguilingly quirky bookshop, where chandeliers hang from the ceiling and wing-backed armchairs face each...
40 Lower Ormond Quay
Spinning out the knitwear thang with considerable energy, the Mills has been going strong for well over a century now. Aran, cashmere, merino and mohair...
41 Lower Ormond Quay