Housed in an old synagogue, this museum recounts the history and cultural heritage of Ireland's small but prolific Jewish community. It...
Wall and Keogh
The Irish love their tea, and this marvellous new cafe is the place to enjoy your choice of 150 different types of them, served in...
The bagels might be a bit on the chewy side, but they've got their charms – as do the scrumptious selections of breads, savoury snacks,...
Shaw Birthplace information
Close to the Grand Canal, the birthplace of playwright George Bernard Shaw is now a restored Victorian home that is interesting even to nonliterary buffs because it provides an insight into the domestic life of the 19th century's middle classes. Shaw's mother held musical evenings in the drawing room, and it is likely that her son's store of fabulous characters was inspired by those who attended.