Pat Liddy Walking Tours
Dublin's best-known tour guide is local historian Pat Liddy, who leads a variety of guided walks including Dublin Highlights &...
Dublin Bus Tours
A selection of bus tours including a hop-on, hop-off city tour (€22), a ghostbus tour (€28) and two half-day tours: the four-hour South...
Molly Malone Statue
Dublin's most famous statue is that of fictional fishmonger (and lady of dubious morals) Molly Malone, she of the song alive, alive-o....
In a twist of irony, the home of the authentic pub has seen the arrival of a classic McPub, complete with pseudo-old hardware shop at...
Dark and sultry, this upstairs Moroccan restaurant looks a little like how we imagine a desert harem might be. There are some rather...
11-13 Suffolk St · interesting places nearby
The upstairs cafe of the city's best designer crafts shop has long been a favourite spot of the Ladies Who Lunch. Designer bags can get very heavy, and there's nothing better to restore flagging energy than the simple, rustic delights on offer here: organic shepherd's pie, roast lamb with couscous, or sumptuous salads from the Avoca kitchen.
There's also a takeaway salad bar and hot-food counter in the basement.