Restaurants for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Dublin, Ireland 

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  • 1

    Cornucopia Wholefoods

    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.

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  • 2

    Queen of Tarts (Cork Hill location)

    9 reviews

    This is almost a cliche and mostly caters to Americans, but the pastries are still good.

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  • 3

    Bewley's Grafton Street

    8 reviews

    What a meal! Probably the nicest greeting my stomach could have gotten in Dublin. Full on Irish breakfast and had a great view of Grafton street. It's has great decor and a friendly staff!

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  • 4

    Winding Stair Bookshop & Cafe

    5 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.

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  • 5

    Keoghs Of Trinity Street

    5 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.

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  • 6


    3 reviews

    Succulent beef burger. I recommend The Dubliner hamburger. Free Internet and friendly staff. Follow on twitter @bobosburgers

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  • 7

    Cafe En Seine

    5 reviews

    Little bit of Paris in the middle of Dublin... definitely recommend having a drink or two here. Decor is fab.

  • 8

    The Pig's Ear

    4 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.

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  • 9

    Leo Burdock

    3 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!

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  • 10

    Fixx Coffeehouse

    3 reviews

    Their coffee is hard to beat. These barista's know what they're doing, and even drew a lovely Bart Simpson into my cappuccino!

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  • 11

    Celtic Whiskey Shop

    3 reviews

    They have a great selection of drinks. Allie was very informative and helpful. I bought Patron xo and vanilla vodka. I would recommend this as your first stop when looking for unusual spirits

  • 12

    The Butcher Grill

    3 reviews

    Whatever you'll choose you won't be disappointed! Steaks are really tasty and the staff friendly and helpful. Take the cheesecake!

  • 13

    Avoca Cafe

    3 reviews

    The food is lovely and fresh. Try the fish pie and take the carrot cake with you!

  • 14

    Fallon & Byrne

    3 reviews

    Great wines. It's ok French. Don't expect a fancy NYC French restaurant experience. But it's a nice evening.

  • 15

    Butler's Chocolate Café (Wicklow Street)

    3 reviews

    Great coffee, wonderful chocolates and nice people. Even my mother enjoyed it and coffee shops are not her thing!

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    Gallaghers Boxty House

    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 ...

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  • 17

    Il Valentino Continental Bakery

    The best place to enjoy Italian pastries and cakes in Dublin. Good value. Perfect location and free internet. I recommend cannoli and Mille foglia

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  • 18

    The Port House

    2 reviews

    From the outside it looks a bit small and random but you absolutely have to visit this Tapas restaurant. You go downstairs and it feels like you've stepped into a different world. It is great for a dinner with friends but can also be very romantic. A hidden gem.

  • 19

    Hard Rock Cafe Dublin

    2 reviews

    Basically its just a Hard Rock Cafe. Hate it or love it. But the City Tee really is awesome

  • 20


    Really good value for money. Love the coleslaw. Side portions are quite big so best to order a couple to share rather than for yourself. It's a real casual vibe. Would recommend for lunch or late afternoon snack.

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