St Stephen’s ‘Pepper Canister’ Church
Built in 1825 in Greek Revival style and commonly known as the ‘pepper canister’ on account of its appearance, St Stephen’s is one of...
No 29 Lower Fitzwilliam St
In an effort to atone at least partly for its sins against Dublin’s Georgian heritage – it broke up Europe’s most perfect Georgian row...
Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland
The gallery at this headquarters is host to specialist exhibitions that will excite anyone with an interest in building design. Irish...
A firm favourite with the bulk of the city’s foodies, L’Ecrivain trundles along with just one Michelin star to its name, but the...
Lonely Planet review
Completely refurbished after 25 years as a stalwart of the city's top-end dining scene, Dobbins 2.0 is still a classy spot for an elegant dinner of established favourites – fish, chicken, duck and a good steak. Nothing too radical, just popular dishes done well. The service is excellent.