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Bank

Bars & pubs

No prizes for guessing what type of business was once conducted on this premises. The central bar dominates the spacious lounge and professional types...

20-22 College Green

Beatfinder Records

Shops

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

Berry Bros & Rudd

Shops

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

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

Beyond 2000

Shops

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

Birkenstock

Shops

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

Bite of Life

Budget
Restaurants & cafés

On the corner of Patrick Street and Bull Alley, this sunny yellow-painted café serves the strollers and lunchtime sun-seekers of St Patrick's Park...

55 Patrick Street

Bleu Bistro

Restaurants & cafés

A sassy metropolitan bistro with a particularly good line in seafood, Bleu serves high-quality casual food with a twist. Its fans rave about the fare but...

Joshua House

Boilerhouse

Sport, health & fitness

Dublin's biggest sauna is equipped with a steam room, whirlpool, solarium, gym and café housed across five floors of a converted 19th-century grain store....

12 Crane Lane

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

Brazen Head

Bars & pubs

The Brazen Head claims to be Ireland's oldest pub (it's not) but it's been in operation since 1198 and the rebel Robert Emmett planned an uprising here in...

20 Bridge Street Lower

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

Brooks Hotel

Hotels

The rather cramped guest rooms of this sophisticated hotel on Drury Street feature dark purple and muted gold colour schemes that will look lovely to some,...

59-62 Drury Street