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Dunne y Crescenzi

Dunne and Crescenzi (14 South Frederick Street, Southside, Dublin 2) — located in the heart of Dublin city, is one of the foremost Italian restaurants in Ireland. Owned by Eileen Dunne Crescenzi and Stefano Crescenzi, they brought the traditions and values of Italian cooking to the Irish people. Dishes served there include Carnaroli risotto with […]

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Coppinger Row

Coppinger Row (Coppinger Row, Dublin 2) – located in close proximity to landmark locations such as Dublin Castle, Trinity College and Grafton St. (Dublin’s most famous shopping thoroughfare), Coppinger Row produces the best quality, simply prepared Mediterranean food in a space that is relaxed, vibrant and fun. Its cocktails are in keeping with this and […]

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China Sichuan

China Sichuan (The Forum, Ballymoss Road, Sandyford Ind. Est., Dublin 18) – located off the beaten path of downtown Dublin, in the Sandyford Industrial Park to the city’s south, is this new, modern, purpose-built Chinese restaurant. The restaurant seats approximately 90 people in relaxed and informal surroundings. Sichuan cuisine is renowned for its bold flavours […]

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Chez Max

Chez Max (1 Palace Street, Dublin 2) – located near the gates of Dublin castle, this is a popular French restaurant that serves dishes, such as Boeuf Bourguignon (beef and burgundy red win stew), steak frites (striploin steak with chips and pepper sauce), moules frites (mussels in a creamy sauce with chips), and poulet rôti […]

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Bus

Bus — Dublin Bus provides an extensive range of bus services- Radial, Cross City, Orbital, DART Feeder, Airport Services, Xpresso, Nitelink, Railink, Schoolink and Sightseeing tours. Dublin Bus Headquarters can be found on O’Connell Street, Dublin 1. Dublin Bus is the main public transport provider for the Greater Dublin Area (extending as far as Balbriggan, […]

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Luas

Luas — Luas is Dublin’s light-rail (above ground) transit service – a swift, reliable tram system crossing the city on two lines: the “Red Line” and the “Green Line”. This looks new because it is: it was launched in 2004.     The Luas Red Line (32 stops) runs from Tallaght through the city centre […]

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Taxi

TAXI – because it’s difficult to hail a taxi off the street, it’s recommended to get a taxi from the various taxi stands that are found throughout the city (known as “ranks”). All taxis have a large yellow and blue roof-sign, and can be found outside major hotels, bus & train stations, and prime areas […]

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The Little Museum of Dublin

The Little Museum of Dublin (15 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2) – this museum chronicles the progress of the city of Dublin during the 20th century. Many artifacts are displayed here (donated mostly by local residents). The Little Museum recognizes that it is quirks and curio that really make a city, and they’re super-adept at […]

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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral (Saint Patrick’s Close, Dublin 8) — this is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. Built between 1220 and 1260, the Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. Today, St Patrick’s is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and is still the largest cathedral […]

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Science Gallery

Science Gallery (The Naughton Institute, Trinity College, Pearse St, Dublin 2) – this gallery is a world first. A new type of venue where today’s white-hot scientific issues are thrashed out and visitors can have their say. A place where ideas meet and opinions collide. Since opening in 2008, over one million individuals have visited […]