National Print Museum
You don’t have to be into printing to enjoy this quirky little museum, where personalised guided tours are offered in a delightfully...
Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium
A top-class dog track with terrific vantage points from the glassed-in restaurant, where you can eat, bet and watch without leaving your...
Waterways Visitor Centre
Recently renovated, this snazzy centre documents the history of Ireland's waterways and includes exhibits on the city's two canals as...
A decent boozer that is a favourite with rugby fans who didn't get tickets to the match – they congregate around the TVs and ebb and...
Cramped and easily mistaken for any old cafe, Juniors is anything but ordinary: designed to imitate a New York deli, the food...
58 Upper Grand Canal St · interesting places nearby
Paulie's Pizza information
In July 2010 the brothers who created Juniors (just around the corner) imported a traditional Neapolitan pizza oven and set about introducing Dubliners to proper, thin-crusted pizza from the city of its birthplace. Margheritas, biancas (no tomato sauce), calzone and other Neapolitan specialities are the real treat, but there's also room for a classic New York slice as well as a few local creations.