Clery’s & Co
Jim Larkin Statue
The spread-armed figure of trade-union leader Jim Larkin (1876–1947) is just south of the General Post Office ; you can almost hear the...
General Post Office
Not just the country's main post office, or an eye-catching neoclassical building: the General Post Office is at the heart of Ireland's...
James Joyce Statue
Looking about with a bemused air from the corner of pedestrianised North Earl St is a small statue of James Joyce, whom wagsters like to...
This tiny 19th-century, one-room, wood-panelled bar lies just off O’Connell St and is popular with actors from the nearby Abbey Theatre...
This Dublin classic has expertly resisted every trendy wave and has been a stalwart of good Irish cooking since opening more than two...
Clery’s & Co information
This elegant department store is Ireland’s most famous retailer, and a real Dublin classic. Recently restored to its graceful best, Clery’s has sought to shed its conservative reputation by filling its shelves with funkier labels to attract younger buyers.