Powerscourt Townhouse Shopping Centre
This elegant Richard Cassels–designed townhouse was built between 1771 and 1774, and boasts some fine plasterwork by Michael Stapleton...
Currently one of the busiest bars in town, the 'Pyg' caters to a largely student crowd with its €10 pitchers, pounding music and...
Coppinger Row Market
It’s small – only a handful of stalls – but it packs a proper organic punch, attracting punters with the waft of freshly baked breads,...
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Coppinger Row information
Virtually all of the Mediterranean basin is represented on the ever-changing, imaginative menu. Choices include the likes of pan-fried sea bass with roast baby fennel, tomato and olives; or rump of lamb with spiced aubergine and dried apricots. A nice touch are the filtered still and sparkling waters (€1), where 50% of the cost goes to cancer research.