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  1. Brunos Temple Bar

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Bruno's Restaurant is located in the heart of Temple Bar in a restored eighteenth century building on the corner of Eustace Street and East Essex Street, just down from the Irish Film Centre and Meeting House Square, or just south of the River Liffey on the Millennium pedestrian bridge. Read more

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  2. 37 Dawson Street

    Dublin City, Dublin

    37 Dawson Street; a bar and restaurant located just off St. Stephen's Green where "all is not what it seems". Set over 2 levels including a Mezzanine, with 4 bars thoughout, including a Whiskey Bar. Read more

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  3. MV Cill Airne, Dublin's Floating Restaurant & Bar on the River Liffey

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The MV Cill Airne, Dublin’s floating Restaurant & Bar on the River Liffey. Choose a seat at the Captain’s table in Quay 16 Restaurant, dine in the Blue River Bistro Bar on the upper deck, or meet for a casual drink in The White Bar on the main deck. Read more

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  4. Butlers Chocolate Café

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Experience two pleasures together, delicious coffee and mouth watering luxury chocolates at your nearest Butlers Chocolate Café. Read more

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  5. Coppinger Row Outdoor Farmers Market

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Coppinger Row Outdoor Farmers Market takes place every Thursday in Dublin city. Shoppers are invited to browse and buy from the array of stalls selling foods, crafts and much more. Read more

  6. The Big Tree Tavern

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Big Tree Tavern was established over 500 years ago. The Big Tree is close to Croke Park stadium where GAA maches are played throughout the year. It is a large old style pub with a beer garden, restaurant and pool tables. Read more

  7. McGrattans Cafe Bar

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located just off Baggot Street and Merrion Square, in the heart of Dublin's business district and just a stone's throw from Government Buildings. This trendy venue is a mix of contemporary and traditional. Read more

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  8. Smithfield Outdoor Market

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Smithfield Outdoor Market is held every Friday for the months of August and September. A selection of fresh local produce, home-made foods and craft are available for the public to browse and buy/ Read more

  9. Saba Restaurant

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Saba, meaning 'happy meeting place', offers wonderful Thai and Vietnamese cuisine served in a stylish setting which one might describe as “where colonial meets contemporary”. Read more

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  10. Cobalt Gallery Cafe

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Cobalt Café is a family run cafe in Dublin city centre. The Cafe incorporates an art gallery for up-and-coming artists, making it a popular dining spot with Art Lovers and Culturites. Read more

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