Eamonn’s Dublin Chipper
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Misha’s Coffee Roaster
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King Street Blues
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Eamonn’s Dublin Chipper information
Lonely Planet review
You’ll find no better execution of the fish and chips genre than at this upscale temple to battered and fried potato. How authentic is it? Folks: they import the mushy peas from Ireland, and also serve deep-fried Mars Bars, Milky Way and Snickers. Like many resto-pubs in this part of Old Town, Eamonn’s is a good place for a drink on weekend nights.