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Eamonn Doran's


Eamonn Doran's replaced the once-famous Rock Garden when its star dimmed in the late '90s. Owner Dermott Doran kept the metallic decor in the basement venue...

3A Crown Alley


Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

Cosy and smart, with brick walls, oversized armchairs and little nooks and crannies to sink into, Ely boasts a vast wine list that is possibly the best in...

22 Ely Place


Bars & pubs

Unashamed of its less-than-appealing exterior, Flannery's is at its busiest on the weekend, when a crowd of nurses, teachers and Gardai pack out the bar....

6 Camden Street Lower

Gallery Café

Restaurants & cafés

The National Gallery's Millennium Wing houses this bright, white, funkily furnished café, whose constant through-traffic of arty tourists gives it a...

National Gallery of Ireland

Hallward Gallery

Critics' choice

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

Harrington Hall


This beautiful hotel occupies two adjoining houses close to St Stephen's Green. The property was once the home of Timothy Charles Harrington, former Lord...

69-70 Harcourt Street


Restaurants & cafés

A small tapas bar that's always ready for fun, Havana has pretty interiors, staff and customers. Food can be disappointing, though, but it's cheap, and the...

3 Camden Market

Hotel Isaac's


The first thing people tend to notice about Isaac's (apart from the fact that its neighbourhood is not the shiniest example of modern Dublin) is the...

Store Street


Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

With its smart aquamarine frontage and chic interior of gold patterned wallpaper, swag curtains, red-brick walls and (of course) rows of wine bottles,...

6 Merrion Row


Critics' choice

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



Design-literate lighting, furniture, homeware and kitchenware light up this small but stylish shop. Beautiful (and portable) home and kitchen accessories by...

71 Lower Camden Sreet

Jewish Museum

Critics' choice

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

Lansdowne Road Stadium

Sport, health & fitness

Plans that were first announced as long ago as September 2004 should (fingers crossed) finally come to fruition at the beginning of 2010, according to the...

62 Lansdowne Road


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

Merrion Hotel


Housed inside four restored, listed Georgian houses, the Merrion doesn't shy away from a little frill here, a delicate striped couch there. No, this place...

Upper Merrion Street