The smallest of Dublin’s great Georgian squares was completed in 1825. It’s the only one left where the central garden is still the...
Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Gallagher Gallery
This large, well-lit gallery at the end of a serene Georgian street has a grand name to fit its exalted reputation as one of the most...
Countess Markievicz Bust
This 1954 bronze bust of the Countess Markievicz, in the southeastern corner of St Stephen's Green, is the work of artist Seamus Murphy...
This is about as spartan a bar as you’ll find in the city, and the daytime home of some serious drinkers, who appreciate the quiet,...
Scrummy homemade burgers, bangers and mash, and wild smoked salmon salad are some of the dishes you can find in this basement...
23 Upper Pembroke St · interesting places nearby
Olivier Meisonnave, convivial ex-maître d’ of Thornton’s, stepped out on his own with Irish chef Pól Ó hÉannraich to open this posh-rustic restaurant named after his home town, north of Biarritz. In this bright basement venue, serious foodies will be able to sate their palate on seared fillet of Atlantic sea bream, braised Irish pork cheek or mushroom risotto.