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Early Learning Centre


A well-known chain that's known for its bright, fun and educational toys (the Planet Protectors range is a stroke of genius), all designed to stimulate and...

3 Henry Street



Always busy, this long-established shop won't win any prizes for atmosphere, but it has a good selection of books over four floors.

40 O'Connell Street

Enoteca delle Langhe

Restaurants & cafés

The cuisine and wines of Piedmont (or more specifically the Langhe region of Piedmont) are at the heart of this excellent operation. If you love beautiful...

24 Lower Ormond Quay

Flowing Tide

Bars & pubs

A recent renovation has converted the much-loved Tide from a reliable Dublin boozer with a raffish edge into a trendy place with polished wood floors and...

9 Abbey Street Lower

Foot Locker


Booming music and wall-to-wall sports gear (from swimwear to specialist trainers) make this heavyweight chain a massive hit with teens.

28 Henry Street


Critics' choice

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

General Post Office


Best known as the site of the Easter Rising in 1916, the GPO remains a potent symbol of Irish independence. Designed by Francis Johnston in 1818, it was...

O'Connell Street
FreeMajor venue

Gresham Hotel

Critics' choice

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

Hotel St George


The public spaces of the Hotel St George are really quite grand, thanks to the many original architectural features that have been carefully preserved in...

7 Parnell Square

Hugh Lane


This ample hall in the Hugh Lane Gallery hosts the long-running and stylish Sunday at Noon concerts. The series features jazz, contemporary and classical...

Parnell Square North

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

Hugh Lane Gallery (Municipal Gallery of Modern Art)

Art, Museums

Celerating its centenary in 2008, the Municipal Gallery is named after Hugh Lane, nephew of Yeats's friend Lady Gregory and noted art patron who determined...

Parnell Square North
FreeMajor venue

James Joyce Centre

Critics' choice

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

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