1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
Superb two-hour tour starting in the International Bar , Wicklow St. Lots of information, humour and irreverence to boot. The guides –...
Molly Malone Statue
Dublin's most famous statue is that of fictional fishmonger (and lady of dubious morals) Molly Malone, she of the song alive, alive-o....
The basement room of this decent bar hosts two nights of comedy: the Craic Club on Fridays and the usually excellent Stand Up at the...
As old school as a Dublin restaurant gets, this art-deco classic has been the social hub of the city's theatrical world for 50 years, a...
14-15 Trinity St · interesting places nearby
Head chef Stephen Gibson (formerly of L'Ecrivain) delivers his version of modern French cuisine to this elongated dining room replete with blue leather chairs and lots of windows to stare out of. The result is pretty good indeed, the food excellent – we expected nothing less – and the service impeccable. Sit in the back for atmosphere.