Bank of Ireland
A sweeping Palladian pile occupying one side of College Green, this magnificent building was the Irish Parliament House until 1801 and...
Dublin Musical Pub Crawl
The story of Irish traditional music and its influence on contemporary styles is explained and demonstrated by two expert musicians in a...
National Wax Museum Plus
More a mini history museum in wax than Dublin's version of Madame Tussauds. The quality of the waxworks is inconsistent – some look like...
With its mirrors and wooden niches, the Palace (established in 1823) is one of Dublin's great Victorian pubs and a stubborn stalwart...
Banyi Japanese Dining
This compact restaurant in the heart of Temple Bar has arguably the best Japanese cuisine in Dublin. The rolls are divine, and the sushi...
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Palace Bar information
With its mirrors and wooden niches, the Palace (established in 1823) is one of Dublin's great Victorian pubs and a stubborn stalwart against the modernising influences of the last half century. Patrick Kavanagh and Flann O'Brien were once regulars and it was for a long time the unofficial head office of the Irish Times .