St Werburgh's Church
West of Dublin Castle, St Werburgh's Church stands upon ancient foundations (probably from the 12th century), but was rebuilt several...
Christ Church Cathedral
Its hilltop location and eye-catching flying buttresses make this the most photogenic of Dublin's cathedrals. It was founded in 1030 and...
Handel's Hotel (Site of Neal's New Musick Hall)
The clue is the name: on the site of this hotel was once Neal's New Musick Hall, where on 13 April 1742, the nearly broke GF Handel...
Tucked away on a side street that runs alongside Dublin Castle is this superb Italian cafe, the loving creation of its Irish-Italian...
2 Werburgh St · interesting places nearby
Leo Burdock's information
The fresh cod and chips served these days in Dublin's most famous fish 'n' chip shop is no better than that found in most other chippers, but the deep-fried fumes of Burdock's reputation still count for something, judging by the longish queues for a 'Dubliner's caviar'.