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Bars & pubs

The Abbey Street entrance leads to a snug, old-style dark wooden bar that's good for quiet pints or watching football in peace. The back of the pub - with...

37 Upper Abbey Street

Liberty Hall Theatre


This theatre and music venue sits inside Ireland's main union hall, the famous Connolly Hall. It was very popular in the '70s (Paul Brady has released a...

33 Eden Quay

Louis Copeland

Critics' choice

Ireland's most famous tailor has been kitting out the chaps for over a century. As well as Copeland's own brand, the store also stocks suits from Hugo Boss,...

39-41 Capel Street



The largest of several branches in Dublin, this Mothercare has a comprehensive supply of all the usual clothing, gizmos and gadgets. Pushchairs, nursery...

Jervis Centre

Mount Eccles Court


This lovely little hostel in a Georgian building on North Great Georges Street is a great option for those who find bigger facilities intimidating. Its ten...

42 North Great Georges Street


Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

It may be small but this superb café puts a lot of thought and effort into what it does. Hearty granola, moreish muffins and fresh croissants acompany...

21 Ormond Quay Lower

Patrick Conway

Bars & pubs

A thoughtful pick of interior mood-setters, including candlelight and drapes, gives this Victorian pub a cosy, relaxed atmosphere. Plentiful seating in...

70 Parnell Street


Bars & pubs

An abundance of cyrillic script stencilled on the walls does not an authentic Russian bar make; but Pravda pulls off the ersatz Eastern European thing...

35 Liffey Street Lower


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

One of the more consistent spots on the north side of Dublin's River Liffey, this Russian-themed bar has comfy seating and a fine selection of vodkas, all...

35 Lower Liffey Street


Critics' choice

The Savoy, long a fixture of shabby 1970s chic that perfectly complemented the litter-strewn O'Connell Street has, like the street itself, finally had its...

16-17 O'Connell Street Upper



Following a massive refit in summer 2008, this branch of Schuh is looking impressively spiffy. It's still a noisy and frenetically busy place but you'll...

47 O'Connell Street

Sin é

Bars & pubs, Clubs

Located on the north side of the quays, two minutes' walk from Capel Street Bridge, Sin é survived initial fad-dom to secure an enduring place as one of...

14-15 Ormond Quay


Bars & pubs, Clubs

While its decor is stylish and trendy, Traffic's glory days as a style bar seem to have passed. However, it's now becoming a favourite venue for aspiring...

54 Middle Abbey Street


Critics' choice

The Westin's imposing 19th-century façade (the building was once a bank) suggests an interior of traditional grandeur and exclusivity, and happily, the...

Westmoreland Street

Winding Stair

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

With its steel H-beams and darkwood floorboards, its white-painted brick walls and old service elevator, its bookshelves stacked with interesting reads and...

40 Lower Ormond Quay