This tiny cemetery was established in 1693 by French Protestant refugees.
Wolfe Tone Monument
In the southeastern corner of St Stephen's Green is a monument to Wolfe Tone, the leader of the abortive 1798 invasion; the vertical...
Famine Victims Memorial
At the northeastern entrance to St Stephen's Green is a poignant memorial to the victims of the Famine (1845–51) featuring three...
Once the most renowned traditional music bar in all Dublin, this is where the world-famous folk group the Dubliners refined their...
An elegant brasserie with Hermès orange-coloured chairs, blue-and-white Churchill china and superb, French-inspired cuisine – just the...
12b Merrion Ct, Merrion Row · interesting places nearby
Saturday lunch at this Italian restaurant in a laneway off Merrion Row is a tradition for Dublin’s media types, socialites, politicos and their cronies who guffaw and clink glasses in conspiratorial rapture. The extensive lunchtime antipasto bar is popular, but we still prefer the meaty à la carte menu. There are pasta and fish dishes to cater to all palates.