City Assembly Hall
This elegant Georgian townhouse was built between 1766 and 1771 by the Society of Artists as the first purpose-built public exhibition...
Phil Lynott Statue
Just outside Bruxelles is a bronze statue (Paul Daly; 2005) of Thin Lizzy's Phil Lynott, its location a reminder of the venue's...
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 packs a proper organic punch, attracting punters with the waft of freshly baked breads,...
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Virtually all of the Mediterranean basin is represented on the ever-changing, imaginative menu here. 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): 50% of the cost goes to cancer research.