Dublin Literary Pub Crawl
A tour of pubs associated with famous Dublin writers is a sure-fire recipe for success, and this 2½-hour tour/performance by two actors...
Not as cool as it used to be, thank God; this is in Dublin's finest department store and is the best place to stop for a mid-shop reviver.
Dark and sultry, Ireland's only Moroccan restaurant looks a little like how we imagine a desert harem might be. Or maybe we just got...
Clarendon St · interesting places nearby
Aya looks like it belongs in downtown Tokyo, with its chic, designer ambience and revolving sushi bar favoured by shoppers laden down with bags from the attached Brown Thomas store, and anyone else looking to gossip over raw fish and sake. Problem is, the sushi belt consists mainly of fruit plates, desserts and mostly non-sushi bites; the few bits you do get are generally of the salmon and fake-crab type. If you want the real deal, you have to order à la carte, and even then it’s not that brilliant. Still, it is a great place to meet and greet and it looks just fabulous.