Restaurants for Family Travelers in Dublin, Ireland
My three friends and I fell in love with this place. Their food is amazing, the beer is prime and the staff made fun of us every second we were there. It's absolutely amazing. Each one of us had our own three course meal and I've never been happier. You must try their Guiness meat pie and the bread pudding. ...
- 262 reviews
Chipotle-style burrito bars have been springing up everywhere over the past few years, and this one is the best, or at least most reliable. Be prepared to wait in line for half and hour or more during lunch. They sell Pabst Blue Ribbon, the first I've encountered outside the States.Popular withVegetarianFoodiesBackpackers
- 272 reviews
Located on the doorstep of Trinity, Cup is a great option for a coffee or lunch. Situated near to a number of chain café's, it beats it's rivals on coffee and food options. The barista's know their stuff, and make a great latte. The food is nice too, with a range of sandwiches, soups, and sweet treats on offer.Popular withBackpackersStudentsBudget
- 282 reviews
Little Delight Bakery/Café is a new addition to the Café scene in Dublin. All food is baked daily on the premises, from pecan tarts to banana bread. The cupcakes & chocolate brownies are extremely delicious. The coffee was ok, maybe when the Barista gets up to speed, this will improve. So for now, it's a great addition to this part ...
- 292 reviews
Awesome! The ladies in here were so nice and helpful! We asked if they had internet, they did not, but the owner offered to point us in the direction of a cafe that did. But she did mention that the park next door also had internet so we decied to get one of their coffees and sit in the park ...Popular withWellnessLocalFoodies
- 322 reviews
Sunday lunch with delicious catch of the day halibut fishPopular withFoodies
- 342 reviews
At the weekends always busy. Music policy dance/electronic. Sunday afternoons they always have a drinks promotion on usually half price drinks.