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Dublin Food and Drink

Murphys Ice Cream

Best ice cream in town. Sorbet made with distilled Irish rainwater.

27 Wicklow Street,, Dublin, Ireland


Vegetarian and vegan restaurant.

19/20 Wicklow Street, Dublin, Ireland

The Yarn

Pizza and booze well done on both counts.

37 Liffey Street Lower, North City, Dublin, Ireland


Rotating vendors provide a wide variety of food and drink.

09-10 Richmond St S, Dublin, Ireland


Vegan fish and chips (in the Eatyard). Their slogan; “Give Fish a Break.”

09-10 Richmond St S, Dublin, Ireland

The Greenhouse

Michelin starred Scandinavian restaurant. Reservations required.

Joshua House, 21 Dawson St, Dublin, Ireland

Chapter One

Michelin starred restaurant worthy of a splurge. Vegetarian menu also available.

18-19 Parnell Square N, Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland

Gallagher’s Boxty

Great place for Boxty and Colcannon.

20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

High end fine dining experience.

The Merrion Hotel, 21 Merrion Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland

Sova Vegan Butcher

Don’t be fooled by the name, this is a vegan restaurant that makes plant-based versions of meat dishes like sirloin steak.

51 Pleasants Street, Portobello, Dublin, Ireland


Pizzeria specializing in vegan pies (meat options, too).

Royal Exchange 6 Parliament Street, Dublin, Ireland

Blazing Salads

Tasty salad bar and soups.

42 Drury Street, Dublin, Ireland


Lots of locally sourced ingredients.

18 Merrion Row, Dublin, Ireland


Retro restaurant and gaming parlor with lots of classic video games and pinball machines.

72-74 Queen Street, Smithfield, Dublin, Ireland


Lunch and pre-theater menus are a good value at this Michelin recommended restaurant.

11 Merrion Row, Dublin, Ireland


Indonesian restaurant in Temple Bar.

1 Lower Fownes Street, Dublin, Ireland

Queen of Tarts

Excellent bakery and breakfast spot. Two locations.

3 - 4 Cow's Lane Dame Street, Dublin, Ireland

The Fumbally

Lots of local and organic ingredients; they like fermentation, too.

Fumbally Lane, Dublin, Ireland

Gaillot et Gray

French style wood fired pizza.

59 Clanbrassil St Lwr, Dublin, Ireland

Umi Falafel

Best falafel in town. 3 locations.


Sandwich shop and coffee house with locally roasted beans.

16 Mary's Abbey, North City, Dublin, Ireland

Paulie’s Pizza

Excellent Neapolitan pizza.

58 Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland

The Hairy Lemon

Coddle and other traditional Irish dishes.

42 Lower Stephens Street, Dublin, Ireland

Hansel and Gretel Bakery

The place to get Brambrack.

20 Clare Street, Dublin, Ireland


200 year old pub with traditional interior.

9 South Anne Street, Dublin, Ireland


Craft beer with a 90’s alt-rock soundtrack.

30 Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland


Pub with live entertainment 7 nights a week.

78 Camden Street, Dublin, Ireland


Classic pub with a nice outdoor seating area.

139 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland

Fallon & Byrne Wine Cellar

A wine bar in Dublin? Yup, and a mighty good one, too.

11-17 Exchequer St, basement, Dublin, D02 RY63, Ireland

John Kavanagh - The Gravediggers

Next to a cemetery, thus the name. Excellent Guinness.

1 Prospect Square Prospect Square, Glasnevin, Dublin D09 CF72 Ireland


Authentic Dublin pub with the best Guinness in town. JFK visited here in 1945.

8 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2, Ireland


The place to watch rugby and enjoy a pint.

129 Capel Street, Dublin, Ireland

The Long Hall

Definitely old school. Been in business for over 250 years.

51 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

The Black Sheep

Owned by Galway Bay Brewery. Craft beers on tap.

61 Capel St, Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland


Pub where locals gather. Excellent whiskey selection.

31 Fleet St, Dublin, Ireland

The Palace

More touristy than Bowe’s, but also has an excellent whiskey selection.

21 Fleet Street, Dublin, Ireland

The Cobblestone

A drinking pub with a music problem.

77 King St N, Smithfield, Dublin, Ireland

Stag’s Head

Live music pub renowned for its hospitality.

1 Dame Ct, Dublin, D02 TW84, Ireland


Live music every night. Where the Dubliners group got their start.

15 Merrion Row, Dublin, Ireland

Doheny & Nesbitt

150 years and still going strong. One of the most famous pubs in Dublin for good reason.

5 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland

Old Royal Oak

Locals’ hangout. The real deal.

11 Kilmainham Ln, Dublin, Ireland

The Brazen Head

Ireland’s oldest pub dating to 1198 (!)

20 Lower Bridge St, The Liberties, Dublin, D08 WC64, Ireland

The Church

Bar in a converted church. Excellent Irish Coffee.

Mary Street, Dublin, Ireland

Arthur’s Jazz and Blues Pub

Right next to the Guinness Storehouse, so the pints are fresh. Music upstairs.

28 Thomas Street West, Dublin, Ireland

The Temple Bar

Dublin’s most famous and touristy bar.

47 / 48 Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Vintage Cocktail Club

Refined cocktail bar. Reservations required.

15 Crown Alley, Dublin, Ireland

Confession Box

Friendly pub where Michael Collins used to hang.

88 Marlborough St, North City, Dublin, Ireland


Stoneybatter pub.

6 Stoneybatter, Arran Quay, Dublin, Ireland

Octagon Bar

In the Clarence Hotel minority owned by Bono of U2.

6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin, Ireland

Sonny Molloy’s

Great bar for whiskey in Galway.

2 High St, Galway, Ireland

Kyteler’s Inn

Medieval restaurant and pub established in 1324 with traditional Irish music every night.

27 Saint Kieran's Street, Kilkenny, Ireland