The (City Hall) on High St was built in 1761 on the spot where Dame Alice Kyteler's maid, Petronella, was burned at the stake in 1324.
With its arched entry and stone steps, Butter Slip, a narrow and dark walkway connecting High St with St Kieran's St (previously called...
If yet another pint in an atmospheric pub is just one too many, take refuge at this smart wine bar. There's also a stellar range of...
Leisurely lunches stretch until 4pm at this much-loved restaurant. Local organic produce is featured in dishes that emphasise what's...
There’s a postmodern sense of experimentation at this art-filled restaurant. Locally sourced produce is complemented by flavoursome accompaniments like wholegrain mustard, minted peas and celeriac purée.