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Guidebook for Dublin

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Guidebook for Dublin

Food Scene
Cosy space for Basque-style pintxos and tapas served with list of Spanish wines, ports and sherries.
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The Port House Pintxo
12 Eustace St
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Cosy space for Basque-style pintxos and tapas served with list of Spanish wines, ports and sherries.
Classic Italian dining in a smart restaurant with Mediterranean-style decor, plus daily specials.
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Il Vicoletto
5 Crow St
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Classic Italian dining in a smart restaurant with Mediterranean-style decor, plus daily specials.
The food hall at Fallon & Byrne stocks the best of everything, and that’s all. Just-caught fish, well-hung meat, mighty coffee, sinful cakes, fine artisan foods of every kind, the freshest of fruit and vegetables.
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Fallon & Byrne Exchequer St
11-17 Exchequer St
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The food hall at Fallon & Byrne stocks the best of everything, and that’s all. Just-caught fish, well-hung meat, mighty coffee, sinful cakes, fine artisan foods of every kind, the freshest of fruit and vegetables.
Dollard & Co. Food Hall and Grill is truly a food market with a difference, and the first of its kind in Ireland. Set on the ground floor of the fabulous and historic Dollard Printing House, the building itself is the oldest steel frame structure in Ireland dating back to 1886. they have taken great care to make sure that it has been meticulously and sympathetically restored, to create a gorgeous food hall and market full to bursting with the best in Irish and international fare.
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Dollard & Co.
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Dollard & Co. Food Hall and Grill is truly a food market with a difference, and the first of its kind in Ireland. Set on the ground floor of the fabulous and historic Dollard Printing House, the building itself is the oldest steel frame structure in Ireland dating back to 1886. they have taken great care to make sure that it has been meticulously and sympathetically restored, to create a gorgeous food hall and market full to bursting with the best in Irish and international fare.
After a busy day of sight seeing this Dublin institution located across the road is worth a visit if you fancy some traditional Irish Fish and Chips. The growing list of famous customers can be viewed while you wait for your order to be prepared on the “Hall of Fame”.
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Leo Burdock Christchurch
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After a busy day of sight seeing this Dublin institution located across the road is worth a visit if you fancy some traditional Irish Fish and Chips. The growing list of famous customers can be viewed while you wait for your order to be prepared on the “Hall of Fame”.
This Steakhouse and bar located at the top of the road has over a 100 craft beers from Ireland and around the world as well as a fresh Irish Oyster bar and some great food from the open kitchen and Josper charcoal ovens
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The Bull & Castle
5-7 Lord Edward St
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This Steakhouse and bar located at the top of the road has over a 100 craft beers from Ireland and around the world as well as a fresh Irish Oyster bar and some great food from the open kitchen and Josper charcoal ovens
Roberta’s restaurant, bar and terrace on 1 Essex Street East is a beautifully designed space, with contemporary cuisine served to you beneath our bespoke glass ceiling! Nestled between 1 Essex St East and Wellington Quay, the spacious eatery is open for dinner 7 days a week with brunch served every Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday Monday.
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Roberta's
1 Essex St E
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Roberta’s restaurant, bar and terrace on 1 Essex Street East is a beautifully designed space, with contemporary cuisine served to you beneath our bespoke glass ceiling! Nestled between 1 Essex St East and Wellington Quay, the spacious eatery is open for dinner 7 days a week with brunch served every Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday Monday.
You can enjoy falafels and salads in a cosy and relaxing atmosphere
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Umi Falafel
13 Dame St
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You can enjoy falafels and salads in a cosy and relaxing atmosphere
“Brunch of Champions” is served in San Lorenzo’s on Saturdays, Sundays and most Bank Holidays; 10.30am-3.00pm.
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San Lorenzo’s Italian Restaurant
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“Brunch of Champions” is served in San Lorenzo’s on Saturdays, Sundays and most Bank Holidays; 10.30am-3.00pm.
This much loved and long established Vegetarian and Wholefood Restaurant is centrally located in Dublin City Centre’s Wicklow Street. They cater for coeliac, sugar-free, vegan and raw/living menu options and have a small and well chosen organic wine list.
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Cornucopia
19-20 Wicklow St
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This much loved and long established Vegetarian and Wholefood Restaurant is centrally located in Dublin City Centre’s Wicklow Street. They cater for coeliac, sugar-free, vegan and raw/living menu options and have a small and well chosen organic wine list.
Ireland’s only Contemporary Mexican Restaurant. Home to an extensive 100% Blue Agave Tequila list & award-winning Cocktail Programme. The culinary team combine bold flavours of Mexico City with international influences and techniques as the foundation of its energetic, Margarita-fuelled party atmosphere.
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Ireland’s only Contemporary Mexican Restaurant. Home to an extensive 100% Blue Agave Tequila list & award-winning Cocktail Programme. The culinary team combine bold flavours of Mexico City with international influences and techniques as the foundation of its energetic, Margarita-fuelled party atmosphere.
A modern take on the New York style Italian restaurant. Fresh hand made pasta and a charcoal grill are highlights of the menu.
Luna
A modern take on the New York style Italian restaurant. Fresh hand made pasta and a charcoal grill are highlights of the menu.
The cafe sits on the ground floor of the clothing store in Temple Bar and has seating for 6-8 people. You can grab a perch in the window or at the larger community table, enjoy the surrounds or grab something to read. They serve up Climpson & Sons coffee, locally baked goods and selection of retail beans and utensils.
Indigo & Cloth
9 Essex St E
The cafe sits on the ground floor of the clothing store in Temple Bar and has seating for 6-8 people. You can grab a perch in the window or at the larger community table, enjoy the surrounds or grab something to read. They serve up Climpson & Sons coffee, locally baked goods and selection of retail beans and utensils.
Drinks & Nightlife
Sophisticated lighted ceiling and state of the art sound system for nightly live music and DJs.
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The Mezz Temple Bar
23/24 Eustace St
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Sophisticated lighted ceiling and state of the art sound system for nightly live music and DJs.
This refined, speakeasy-vibe bar offers candle-lit cocktails and fine-dining amid vintage ephemera.
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Vintage Cocktail Club
15 Crown Alley
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This refined, speakeasy-vibe bar offers candle-lit cocktails and fine-dining amid vintage ephemera.
Live traditional music is offered nightly at this cosy pub decorated with vintage beer posters.
Peadar Kearney's
64 Dame Street
Live traditional music is offered nightly at this cosy pub decorated with vintage beer posters.
Hogans can be found on Georges Street and the atmosphere is very lively with alternative music playing most nights of the week. The crowd is generally aged between 18 and 30 and it is spacious both at street level and downstairs. It has late serving at the weekend with last orders at 1.30 and it’s a good pub for a night out with a gang of your friends.
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Hogans
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Hogans can be found on Georges Street and the atmosphere is very lively with alternative music playing most nights of the week. The crowd is generally aged between 18 and 30 and it is spacious both at street level and downstairs. It has late serving at the weekend with last orders at 1.30 and it’s a good pub for a night out with a gang of your friends.
Licensed since 1766 this shrine to antiquity is one of Dublin’s oldest, most beautiful and best loved pubs, abundant in traditional charm and exuding genuine Victorian originality, the interior dates from 1881. The title The Long Hall is derived from Dublin pub lore as a consequence of the long narrow hallway snug, that ran parallel to the back bar. The pub is the product of splendid Victorian design symmetry in which the sum of its parts including elaborate gold leaf enhancements, meticulous handcrafted wood carvings, beveled and ornate glass all come together to create one of the iconic and leading lights of 19th century Dublin pub life.
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The Long Hall
51 South Great George's Street
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Licensed since 1766 this shrine to antiquity is one of Dublin’s oldest, most beautiful and best loved pubs, abundant in traditional charm and exuding genuine Victorian originality, the interior dates from 1881. The title The Long Hall is derived from Dublin pub lore as a consequence of the long narrow hallway snug, that ran parallel to the back bar. The pub is the product of splendid Victorian design symmetry in which the sum of its parts including elaborate gold leaf enhancements, meticulous handcrafted wood carvings, beveled and ornate glass all come together to create one of the iconic and leading lights of 19th century Dublin pub life.
A mish mash of Berlin exterior, New York interior, fine wines, classic cocktails, craft beers and some really cracking food. Take a six story, derelict, old rag trade building in Dublin city centre. Mix a container load of reclaimed bars, floors, doors, church benches, glass, timber and steel from New York. Shake with 2 years of hard graft. Finally garnish with the extraordinary culinary skills of Warren Massey.
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Drury Buildings
55 Drury St
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A mish mash of Berlin exterior, New York interior, fine wines, classic cocktails, craft beers and some really cracking food. Take a six story, derelict, old rag trade building in Dublin city centre. Mix a container load of reclaimed bars, floors, doors, church benches, glass, timber and steel from New York. Shake with 2 years of hard graft. Finally garnish with the extraordinary culinary skills of Warren Massey.
Fade Street was named such due to a local banker Joseph Fade, who left substantial sums of money in his will to some of the locals and families who lived on the street. While the flats are now gone, the stunning red-brick buildings still remain on the historical lane, which provided the backdrop for Ireland’s first reality TV show, named after the street. It’s now a part of what locals call “the creative quarter”, with many new restaurants, coffee shops and quirky boutiques, residing in the 250 year old buildings. Fashionable, beautiful and full of character, Fade Street is one of the most diverse places in Dublin.
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Market Bar
14A Fade St
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Fade Street was named such due to a local banker Joseph Fade, who left substantial sums of money in his will to some of the locals and families who lived on the street. While the flats are now gone, the stunning red-brick buildings still remain on the historical lane, which provided the backdrop for Ireland’s first reality TV show, named after the street. It’s now a part of what locals call “the creative quarter”, with many new restaurants, coffee shops and quirky boutiques, residing in the 250 year old buildings. Fashionable, beautiful and full of character, Fade Street is one of the most diverse places in Dublin.
Is a venue which delivers high-quality drinks food and service, without any of the pretension.
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The Exchequer
3-5 Exchequer St
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Is a venue which delivers high-quality drinks food and service, without any of the pretension.
Camden Street is bursting with independent shops and restaurants right on our doorstep. It's packed with Pub's such as the famous Bleeding Horse pub and a stones throw from many other traditional Irish pubs in Dublin's City centre. You don't need to go far to truly experience Dublin life.
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Camden Street Lower
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Camden Street is bursting with independent shops and restaurants right on our doorstep. It's packed with Pub's such as the famous Bleeding Horse pub and a stones throw from many other traditional Irish pubs in Dublin's City centre. You don't need to go far to truly experience Dublin life.
Located around the corner, This Music theatre is staged world famous acts such as David Bowie, Adele, REM, Mumford & Sons, Kings Of Leon, Michael Buble, The Script, Blur, Snow Patrol, Bryan Adams, Muse, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Morrissey, Arcade Fire, Florence & The Machine, Hozier, The Killers, and much more, all of whom chose the relatively small venue to host shows here when they could have sold out large arenas.
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Olympia Theatre Dublin
72 Dame St
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Located around the corner, This Music theatre is staged world famous acts such as David Bowie, Adele, REM, Mumford & Sons, Kings Of Leon, Michael Buble, The Script, Blur, Snow Patrol, Bryan Adams, Muse, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Morrissey, Arcade Fire, Florence & The Machine, Hozier, The Killers, and much more, all of whom chose the relatively small venue to host shows here when they could have sold out large arenas.
Sightseeing
Located in the heart of the St. James's Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction. It's the home of the Black Stuff, the heart of Dublin and an unforgettable start to your Irish adventure. The journey begins at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass and continues up through seven floors filled with interactive experiences that fuse our long brewing heritage with Ireland's rich history. At the top, you'll be rewarded with a pint of perfection in our world-famous rooftop Gravity Bar.
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Guinness Storehouse
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Located in the heart of the St. James's Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction. It's the home of the Black Stuff, the heart of Dublin and an unforgettable start to your Irish adventure. The journey begins at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass and continues up through seven floors filled with interactive experiences that fuse our long brewing heritage with Ireland's rich history. At the top, you'll be rewarded with a pint of perfection in our world-famous rooftop Gravity Bar.
Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of the city, and one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin. Step inside and you can enjoy the cathedral’s beautiful interior and fascinating medieval crypt.
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Christ Church Cathedral
8 Christchurch Pl
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Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of the city, and one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin. Step inside and you can enjoy the cathedral’s beautiful interior and fascinating medieval crypt.
Erected in the early thirteenth century on the site of a Viking settlement, Dublin Castle served for centuries as the headquarters of English, and later British, administration in Ireland. In 1922, following Ireland’s independence, Dublin Castle was handed over to the new Irish government. It is now a major government complex and a key tourist attraction.
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Dublin Castle
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Erected in the early thirteenth century on the site of a Viking settlement, Dublin Castle served for centuries as the headquarters of English, and later British, administration in Ireland. In 1922, following Ireland’s independence, Dublin Castle was handed over to the new Irish government. It is now a major government complex and a key tourist attraction.
As Dublin’s premier shopping district, Grafton Street boasts a host of international chain stores and chic fashion outlets. This mostly pedestrianised street has been immortalised is songs over the years and is always alive with buskers and street performers. The Street is surrounded by side streets and winding lanes, each of which hide a treasure trove of uniquely Irish Boutique, allowing you to find that something special that’s not for sale on the high street.
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Grafton St.
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As Dublin’s premier shopping district, Grafton Street boasts a host of international chain stores and chic fashion outlets. This mostly pedestrianised street has been immortalised is songs over the years and is always alive with buskers and street performers. The Street is surrounded by side streets and winding lanes, each of which hide a treasure trove of uniquely Irish Boutique, allowing you to find that something special that’s not for sale on the high street.
Trinity College is one of the city's main tourist attractions. The Trinity library harbours the world's most famous early medieval manuscript, the Book Of Kells. Apart from the Book Of Kells, the Old Library is worth a visit for its magnificent Main Chamber. The 65 metres long hall houses 200,000 of Trinity's oldest books.
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Trinity College
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Trinity College is one of the city's main tourist attractions. The Trinity library harbours the world's most famous early medieval manuscript, the Book Of Kells. Apart from the Book Of Kells, the Old Library is worth a visit for its magnificent Main Chamber. The 65 metres long hall houses 200,000 of Trinity's oldest books.
Accepted as the symbol of Dublin, the Ha’penny Bridge was opened in 1816.
The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
42 Wellington Quay
Accepted as the symbol of Dublin, the Ha’penny Bridge was opened in 1816.
Parks & Nature
Visit the the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe. Open seven days a week. Originally formed as a royal hunting Park in the 1660s and opened to the public in 1747, a large herd of fallow deer still remain to this day. The Park is also home to the Zoological Gardens.
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Phoenix Park
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Visit the the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe. Open seven days a week. Originally formed as a royal hunting Park in the 1660s and opened to the public in 1747, a large herd of fallow deer still remain to this day. The Park is also home to the Zoological Gardens.
Arts & Culture
The Abbey Theatre is Ireland’s National Theatre. It was founded by Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904 and has played a vital and often controversial role in the literary, social and cultural life of Ireland. Renowned as a writer’s theatre it has contributed some of the world’s greatest theatrical works from such writers as J M Synge and Sean O’Casey through to modern day classics from Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Frank McGuinness, Hugh Leonard, Tom Mac Intyre and Sebastian Barry. In the Abbey's 2017 season, you can experience a number of ground-breaking stage adaptations (Room, Jimmy’s Hall, Ulysses, Let the Right One In), alongside some original dramatic works
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Abbey Theatre
26/27 Abbey Street Lower
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The Abbey Theatre is Ireland’s National Theatre. It was founded by Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904 and has played a vital and often controversial role in the literary, social and cultural life of Ireland. Renowned as a writer’s theatre it has contributed some of the world’s greatest theatrical works from such writers as J M Synge and Sean O’Casey through to modern day classics from Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Frank McGuinness, Hugh Leonard, Tom Mac Intyre and Sebastian Barry. In the Abbey's 2017 season, you can experience a number of ground-breaking stage adaptations (Room, Jimmy’s Hall, Ulysses, Let the Right One In), alongside some original dramatic works
The Royal Hibernian Academy is located in the city centre of Dublin, adjacent to the National Gallery of Ireland and National Museum of Ireland.
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RHA Gallery (Royal Hibernian Academy)
15 Ely Pl
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The Royal Hibernian Academy is located in the city centre of Dublin, adjacent to the National Gallery of Ireland and National Museum of Ireland.
The National Gallery of Ireland holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art, including works by Caravaggio, Claude Monet, Vermeer, Turner, Picasso and Jack B Yeats. Admission is free to the permanent collections. The historic wings have recently been refurbished and reopened to the public. It boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture.
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National Gallery
5 Leinster St S
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The National Gallery of Ireland holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art, including works by Caravaggio, Claude Monet, Vermeer, Turner, Picasso and Jack B Yeats. Admission is free to the permanent collections. The historic wings have recently been refurbished and reopened to the public. It boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture.
Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s leading centre for the presentation and development of contemporary art, dedicated to protecting the independent sector and nurturing the next generation of Irish artists across all forms of the performing and visual arts.
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Project Arts Centre
39 Essex St E
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Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s leading centre for the presentation and development of contemporary art, dedicated to protecting the independent sector and nurturing the next generation of Irish artists across all forms of the performing and visual arts.
Shopping
Established in 2008 by two jewellers, Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey, Irish Design Shop is a small business which prides itself on promoting the work of some of Ireland’s most exciting designer makers. Trading both online and from a brick-and-mortar shop in Dublin town, an emphasis is placed on original design and craftsmanship. Established and emerging makers are represented, the common thread being a passion for the handmade, and an appreciation for Irish heritage crafts.
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Irish Design Shop
41 Drury St
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Established in 2008 by two jewellers, Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey, Irish Design Shop is a small business which prides itself on promoting the work of some of Ireland’s most exciting designer makers. Trading both online and from a brick-and-mortar shop in Dublin town, an emphasis is placed on original design and craftsmanship. Established and emerging makers are represented, the common thread being a passion for the handmade, and an appreciation for Irish heritage crafts.
Over 40 Shops & Restaurants, Just off Grafton St. Boasting over 40 shops and restaurants, the centre has everything to offer from food, bars, arts and tours to beauty, fashion jewellery and antiques. Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is the ultimate shopping mecca, housed in a stunning Georgian building the ever bustling on South William Street, Dublin.
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Adventure Trails
59 South William Street
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Over 40 Shops & Restaurants, Just off Grafton St. Boasting over 40 shops and restaurants, the centre has everything to offer from food, bars, arts and tours to beauty, fashion jewellery and antiques. Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is the ultimate shopping mecca, housed in a stunning Georgian building the ever bustling on South William Street, Dublin.
George's Street Arcade is Ireland's first purpose-built shopping centre, and one of Europe’s oldest, located in the heart of Dublin city centre in the cultural quarter area. Less than 5 minutes walk from Grafton Street and Temple Bar, in this enclosed Victorian market you can enjoy ‘independent’ boutique shops and stalls ranging from trendy clothing, jewellery, funky music, collectable items, souvenirs and much more along with wonderful dining and food options. Come and savour this wonderful arcade which has been serving Dublin since 1881!
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George's Street Arcade
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George's Street Arcade is Ireland's first purpose-built shopping centre, and one of Europe’s oldest, located in the heart of Dublin city centre in the cultural quarter area. Less than 5 minutes walk from Grafton Street and Temple Bar, in this enclosed Victorian market you can enjoy ‘independent’ boutique shops and stalls ranging from trendy clothing, jewellery, funky music, collectable items, souvenirs and much more along with wonderful dining and food options. Come and savour this wonderful arcade which has been serving Dublin since 1881!