Children of Lir Monument
Dublin City Gallery – The Hugh Lane
Whatever reputation Dublin may have as a repository of top-class art is in large part due to the collection at this magnificent gallery,...
Garden of Remembrance
This rather austere little park was opened by President Éamon de Valera in 1966 for the 50th anniversary of the Easter Rising. The most...
Dublin City Gallery – the Hugh Lane
At noon on Sunday, from September to June, the art gallery hosts up to 30 concerts of contemporary classical music.
Michelin-starred Chapter One is our choice for city's best eatery because it successfully combines flawless haute cuisine with a...
38-39 Parnell Sq West · interesting places nearby
Hot Stove information
An elegant new restaurant that may one day vie for the northside's best, the Hot Stove serves locally sourced, beautifully prepared Irish dishes including pork belly, a changing selection of fish dishes and the ubiquitous steak. The pre-theatre menu (two/three courses €23/28) is a steal, the wine list is excellent and the service top-notch.