1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
Superb two-hour tour starting in the International Bar , Wicklow St. Lots of information, humour and irreverence to boot. The guides –...
Molly Malone Statue
Dublin's most famous statue is that of fictional fishmonger (and lady of dubious morals) Molly Malone, she of the song alive, alive-o....
In a twist of irony, the home of the authentic pub has seen the arrival of a classic McPub, complete with pseudo-old hardware shop at...
Dublin's best-known vegetarian restaurant is this terrific eatery that serves wholesome salads, sandwiches and a selection of hot main...
1st fl, 37 Wicklow St · interesting places nearby
El Bahia information
Dark and sultry, this upstairs Moroccan restaurant looks a little like how we imagine a desert harem might be. There are some rather fetching geometric designs on the ceilings and walls, and the gimme-gimme food includes the likes of tasty tagines, couscous and bastile (pastry stuffed with chicken), while the sweet-and-spicy Moroccan coffee is an unusual treat.