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Facing the Market Bar on Fade Street, this exciting venture by Dylan McGrath is in an 8,000 square foot listed building – and, with exposed ducts, walls stripped back to the redbrick, and reclaimed wooden floors, it feels very New York loft. There are smart wooden ...
Just off Grafton Street, Davy Byrnes is one of Dublin's most famous pubs - references in Joyce's Ulysses mean it is very much on the tourist circuit. Despite all this fame it remains a genuine, well-run place and is equally popular with Dubliners, who find it a handy me ...
Always a delight for its unpretentiousness and the simple good food it offers at reasonable prices (for the high quality), this Italian restaurant and deli is very near the Nassau Street entrance to Trinity College, and the first of what is now a small family chain of hu ...
Quietly located in a laneway near St. Stephen's Green, just a couple of minutes walk from Grafton Street, Eamonn O'Reilly's recently refurbished One Pico is one of Dublin's most popular fine dining restaurants. The surroundings are elegant, with crisp white linen and fi ...
The clue is in the name: Pearl Brasserie is just that – a pearl of a place, almost hidden from view and beloved by savvy diners for 16 years. Next door to The Merrion Hotel Sebastien Masi and Kirsten Batt’s chic Dublin restaurants a worthy neighbour to such ...
Despite its popularity Dax manages to feel delightfully exclusive, like a well-kept secret amongst foodie friends. Its low-key basement setting on the quieter end of Pembroke Street doesn’t attract passers-by after dark, so the regularly packed restaurant is the re ...