Sandeman’s New Dublin Tour
A high-energy and thoroughly enjoyable three-hour walking tour of the city’s greatest hits for free: tip only if you enjoyed the tour...
This beautiful Georgian structure was originally built by Thomas Cooley as the Royal Exchange between 1769 and 1779, and botched in the...
The unofficially gay 'Flounge' is a sophisticated and friendly bar that stands out from other gay joints in that it is quieter, more...
Queen of Tarts
This cute little cake shop does a fine line in tarts, meringues, crumbles, cookies and brownies, not to mention a decent breakfast: the...
1 Parliament St · interesting places nearby
Blue velvet chairs, handsome leather booths and walls adorned in prints of Georgian Dublin set a sophisticated tone for this new bar, which has taken the place of the once beloved Thomas Read. It has a whole shelf devoted to Negronis and a cocktail menu straight out of the roaring twenties. A touch of class.