Although it's now styled cafe-bar and more of a busy lunchtime spot and after-work watering hole for local business people and shoppers, this famous Victorian pub has a special place in the history of Dublin life - literary, social, political - and attracts many a pilgrim seeking the ghosts of great personalities who have frequented this spot down through the years.
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This large bar is located in the Victorian redbrick block best known for the George's Street Market Arcade. It's an attractive space with lofty ceilings, including a mezzanine floor and simple, stylish furnishings - unfortunately the wooden floor and hard surfaces bounce ...
Olesya’s is a bright and modern wine bar that’s a cosy spot for a casual meal or drinks. Pleasantly styled with bare wood tables, wall-mounted wine racks, exposed brick and tangled lampshades that throw pretty patterns on the walls, it’s a relaxed and i ...
Just a few doors away from The Merrion Hotel Sebastien Masi and Kirsten Batt’s chic Dublin restaurants serving some of the cleverest food in town. The basement room has been beautifully styled using a mix of stone, organically shaped fabric lights, dark wood, orig ...
Dublin city centre has very few dedicated seafood restaurants, but this buzzy seafood bar and grill has upped the ante with its exciting menus packed with delicious fish and shellfish dishes - and an unrelated claim to fame is that Michelle Obama and her daughters ate he ...
This, the third and most recent of Erik and Michelle Robson's wine bar/cafés, is south of the river in the relatively new Grand Canal Square area of the city. On a corner site, it's an angular premises with huge windows and, with hard lines, drum lamp shades, can ...
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