James Joyce House of the Dead
The young Joyce spent Christmases with his aunts in this house, which he later used as the setting for 'The Dead', the last story in...
Old Jameson Distillery
Smithfield’s biggest draw is devoted to uisce beatha (ish-kuh ba-ha, ‘the water of life’); that's Irish for whiskey. To its more...
St Michan’s Church
Macabre remains are the main attraction at this church, which was founded by the Danes in 1095 and named after one of their saints....
The most impressive cinema in town is this snazzy four-screener in a stylish building just off Smithfield Plaza. The menu is strictly...
The menu changes daily at this tiny restaurant (it only has 16 seats) to reflect what's good and fresh, and the options aren't huge,...
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Dice Bar information
Co-owned by Huey from the Fun Lovin’ Criminals, the Dice Bar looks like something you might find on New York’s Lower East Side. Its dodgy locale, black-and-red painted interior, dripping candles and stressed seating, combined with rocking DJs most nights, make it a magnet for Dublin hipsters. It has Guinness and local microbrews.