Dublin Literary Pub Crawl
A tour of pubs associated with famous Dublin writers is a sure-fire recipe for success, and this 2½-hour tour-performance by two actors...
Suitably sedate and elegant, the National Library was built from 1884 to 1890 by Sir Thomas Newenham Deane, at the same time and to a...
Royal Irish Academy
Ireland's pre-eminent society of letters has an 18th-century library that is home to several important documents, including a collection...
Café en Seine
The wildly extravagant art-nouveau style of this huge bar has been a massive hit since it first opened in 1995, and while it may not be...
Dunne & Crescenzi
This exceptional Italian eatery delights its regulars with a basic menu of rustic pleasures, such as panini, a single pasta dish and a...
S Frederick St · interesting places nearby
Run by Colin Farrell’s godfather, and Colin’s (and other celebs’) favourite den of iniquity when in town, Renard’s is an intimate club with a strict door policy when busy. Music is mainly house, with soul, funk and jazz making the odd appearance.