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4 Dame Lane

Bars & pubs

Though no longer as popular as when it first opened late in 2000, the two-floor 4 Dame Lane still brings plenty of people to its brazier-flanked doors,...

4 Dame Lane

4 Dame Lane

Bars & pubs, Clubs

Pitching itself somewhere between a DJ bar and a nightclub, Dame Lane is a two-level, New York loft-style space, popular with club kids during the week and...

4 Dame Lane
Free

Abigail's Hostel

Budget
Hotels

The new kid on the budget block, Abigail's has a refreshingly sunny approach to shoestring accommodation. Sure, you may find yourself wedged into a room...

7-9 Aston Quay

AKA

Bars & pubs

With a curious beehive motif informing its interior design, and space age taps to be negotiated in the bathroom, this subterranean bar remains weak on...

6 Wicklow Street

Andrew's Lane

Music

Formerly one of the few playhouses on Dublin's south side, Andrew's Lane reopened recently as a music venue. Theatre-lovers' loss has been music fans' gain,...

9-17 Andrew's Lane

Apollo Gallery

Art

From the sublime to the ridiculous - alongside a chance lovely portrait by Louis le Brocquy is the kind of kitsch you find in Sunday's open-air Merrion...

51C Dawson Street

Ark Children's Cultural Centre

Critics' choice
Attractions

Despite its slightly earnest mission statement (that 'all children, as citizens, have the same cultural entitlements as adults'), the Ark is, more than...

11A Eustace Street

Auld Dubliner

Bars & pubs

If you're up for a laugh and a sing-song, and you're happy to drink with dewy-eyed tourists enthusing about the traditional music being played onstage, this...

24 Anglesea Street

Avalon House

Critics' choiceBudget
Hotels

A firm favourite among Dublin's budget travellers, this pleasantly warm and cheery guesthouse occupies a lovely old red-brick building. Its pine floors,...

55 Aungier Street

Avoca

Restaurants & cafés

It can sometimes seem like a kind of manic pit stop for the grand prix circuit of shoppers who race through the popular Avoca store in which this modern,...

11-13 Suffolk Street

Avoca

Critics' choice
Shops

Avoca is always ferociously busy at the weekends, but it's worth braving the crowds: this is one of the best-loved stores in town for a reason. As well as a...

11-13 Suffolk Street

Aya

Restaurants & cafés

Very popular with brunching shoppers (there are always a few European dishes on the conveyor belt), as well as with Dublin's sushi lovers, Aya is a slick,...

49-52 Clarendon Street

Ba Mizu

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Richly decorated in dark wood and some decidedly odd art, Ba Mizu is one of Dublin's better upscale watering holes. Subdued lighting and plush leather...

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Bailey

Bars & pubs

Aching to be hip and thoroughly self-conscious, this is not the original Bailey of lore. Before it was torn down years back, the old Bailey featured in...

2 Duke Street

Bald Barista

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

The barista in question is Buzz Fendall, a man on a mission to 'bring amazing coffee to Dublin'. And it is a mission that is accomplished on a daily basis...

68 Aungier Street
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