Restaurants for Luxury Travelers in Dublin
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- 14 Nassau Street, Dublin 2, Ireland4 reviews
Excellent restaurant serving modern Irish food in a quaint but simple setting. My favorite restaurant experience during out brief trip. Highly recommended by a number of people and in numerous guide books. Best to reserve in advance.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
- 23 Fade Street, Dublin 1, Ireland2 reviews
Take a break from the pubs and Guinness in this hard-to-find, super trendy apartment style bar. You’ll find a cool crowd here and a good selection of beats. Plus it’s got a banging smoking area that is fully covered, perfect for winter and big groups plus it’s got a cool circus theme going on. This place gets packed so get ...Popular withNightlifeTrendstersLuxury
- 363–64 North Wall Quay, Dublin, Ireland2 reviews
A little bit out of the city center but so delicious! On the weekends they have an ala carte menu and the food was incredible! Shark steak with homemade fig jam, wow! The restaurant is a boat and it was so nice to have lunch on the river and it was a great deal!Popular withLocalFoodiesLuxury
- 466-67 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Brasserie Sixty6 is in a very good location with the friendliest staff I have ever seen in my life... Food is superb, I fall in love with the beef & duck among the main courses... Portions are big... It is my favourite restaurant in Dublin.Popular withDesignLuxuryLocal
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- 719/20 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.10 reviews
This place could make vegetarians of us all. It's probably unfair to describe vegetarian food in relation to meat and meat-eating, but I will anyway: the food is gut-filling, hearty stuff, the kind you'd expect from a Sunday roast. Except, of course, for the meat, but you don't notice that or care. Impressive.Popular withVegetarianFoodiesGreen
- 940 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland5 reviews
I'm not sure how the bookshop and cafe are related, but they're both great. The shop is one of a very few (two? three?) independent bookstores in Dublin. The food at the restaurant is of the simple-but-amazing variety, the kind that makes you think (mistakenly) that you could do it at home.Popular withFoodies
- 101 Trinity Street, Dublin 2, Ireland5 reviews
I really like this café on Trinity street. From quiches to paninos & wraps to good coffee. The scones & homemade muffins are awesome, particularly the pear & vanilla & the apple muffins. It is quite small but the service is super fast.Popular withTrendstersFoodiesStudents
- 1140 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland5 reviews
This is probably the largest club I have ever been to. It doesn't look that huge from the outside, however, once you are inside, you will just have to keep on going through one huge room after another to get to the dance floor at the back. And it is a lot of fun to go upstairs looking down at ...
- 122 Werburgh St, Jamestown, Ireland3 reviews
The standard for Irish Fish and Chips, as they say Leo's is the oldest chipper in the city! I had the luck of being there, to have my first Irish fisha dn chips, on the celebration of their 100 year anniversary! A classic at a great price!Popular withBudgetFoodiesLocal
- 1920-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland.3 reviews
This traditional Irish restaurant is located in the Temple Bar district. Great atmosphere and excellent service. I enjoyed the Chicken and Smoked Bacon Boxty which is a free range chicken filet in a creamy smoked bacon and leek sauce wrapped in a traditional Leitrim Boxty (potatoe) Pancake. The beef stew was also amazing. This is a must stop for lunch ...