Originally a beach where provisions were boated into the city, the Bull Ring became a centre for bull baiting in medieval times: the...
Lone Pikeman Statue
After Henry II murdered his former ally Thomas Becket, he did penance at Selskar Abbey, founded by Alexander de la Roche in 1190....
One of Wexford's livelier spots, this former warehouse is a mix of old and new with a downstairs dark wood pub with basic food and a...
This intimate low-lit restaurant opens to an elegant courtyard beneath a canopy of fairy lights. Adventurous contemporary cuisine...
109 North Main St · interesting places nearby
Following the creaking dark timber staircase leads you to this land of glimmering mirrors and metal flowers, where fragrant Thai dishes include mu phad kaprow (stir-fried pork with chillies and basil) and gaeng peht ped yang (roast duck in red curry).