Pat Liddy Walking Tours
Dublin's best-known tour guide is local historian Pat Liddy, who leads a varierty of guided walks including Dublin Highlights &...
Wild Wicklow Tour
Award-winning and lots of fun, this 8½-hour top tour does a quick spin of the city’s main attractions before heading southwards along...
A labyrinthine old pub situated near Trinity College, O’Neill’s dates from the late 19th century, though a tavern has stood on this site...
Dark and sultry, Ireland's only Moroccan restaurant looks a little like how we imagine a desert harem might be. Or maybe we just got...
11-13 Suffolk St · interesting places nearby
The waiters are easy on the eye for a reason: the upstairs cafe of the city's best designer crafts store has long been the favourite spot of the Ladies Who Lunch. Designer bags can get very heavy, so there's nothing better to restore flagging energy than the simple, rustic delights on offer: 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.