If you're looking for a turreted castle straight out of central casting you'll be disappointed: the stronghold of British power in...
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...
Only a couple of doors down from the Olympia Theatre , this is a wonderful old-style bar where conversation – not loud music – is king....
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 Palace St · interesting places nearby
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Guarding the main gate to Dublin Castle is a French cafe that is Gallic through and through, from the fixtures imported from gay Paree to the beautiful, sultry staff who ignore you until they're ready and then turn the sexy pout into a killer smile. The lunchtime tartines – basically open sandwiches – are good enough to get us misty-eyed for Montmartre. It has a sister restaurant on Baggot St .