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...
The smallest and the last of Dublin’s great Georgian squares was completed in 1825. It’s also the only one where the central garden is...
Doheny & Nesbitt’s
A standout, even in a city of wonderful pubs, Nesbitt’s is equipped with antique snugs and is a favourite place for high-powered gossip...
Following the success of its sister restaurant by the gates of Dublin Castle, this version of Chez Max has taken pretty much the same...
109A Lower Baggot St · interesting places nearby
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 plaudits just keep coming. Head chef Derry Clarke is considered a gourmet god for the exquisite simplicity of his creations, which put the emphasis on flavour and the use of the best local ingredients – all given the French once over and turned into something that approaches divine dining.