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...
Built in 1710 by Joshua Dawson – after whom the street is named – this has been the official residence of Dublin's mayor since 1715, and...
Viking Splash Tours
Go on, what’s the big deal? You stick a plastic Viking’s helmet on your head and yell ‘yay’ at the urging of your guide, but the upshot...
A posh Dawson St drinking spot, Sam's decor is Middle Eastern (a hangover of its previous incarnation as an Asian-themed bar) meets...
Little Ass Burrito Bar
Tacos, quesadillas and burritos to go (this place is far too small to linger). They're tasty and pretty authentic, not that it would...
It's official: one of the best chefs in Ireland is Paul Flynn, who made his name with the simply stunning Tannery in Dungarvan, County Waterford. His first Dublin venture will only serve to cement his growing reputation. The elegant old-world dining room is a fitting setting for the superb cuisine on offer; how about oysters mignonette followed by champagne and truffle risotto?