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Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Grafton Street & Around

Avoca Handweavers

Combining clothing, homewares, a basement food hall and an excellent top-floor cafe, Avoca promotes a stylish but homey brand of modern Irish life – and is one of the best places to find an original present. Many of…
Top Choice Jewellery in Grafton Street & Around

Barry Doyle Design Jewellers

Goldsmith Barry Doyle's upstairs shop is one of the best of its kind in Dublin. The handmade jewellery – using white gold, silver, and some truly gorgeous precious and semiprecious stones – is exceptional in its bea…
Top Choice Books in Grafton Street & Around

Ulysses Rare Books

Our favourite bookshop in the city stocks a rich and remarkable collection of Irish-interest books, with a particular emphasis on 20th-century literature and a large selection of first editions, including rare ones …
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Sheridan's Cheesemongers

If heaven were a cheese shop, this would be it. Wooden shelves are laden with rounds of farmhouse cheeses, sourced from around the country by Kevin and Seamus Sheridan, who have almost single-handedly revived cheese…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Grafton Street & Around

Irish Design Shop

Beautiful, imaginatively crafted items – from jewellery to kitchenware – carefully curated by owners Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey. If you're looking for a stylish, Irish-made memento or gift, you'll surely find i…
Top Choice Homewares in Grafton Street & Around

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Beautiful tableware and decorative home accessories all made by Irish designers. Ideal for unique, tasteful gifts that you won't find elsewhere.
Toys in Grafton Street & Around

Dolls Store

Dolls, doll's houses and toys stock the shelves of this lovely shop on the 2nd floor of the Powerscourt Centre, but our favourite bit is the wonderful doll hospital and teddy bear clinic, where children whose dolls …
Arts & Crafts in Grafton Street & Around

Kilkenny Shop

A large, long-running repository for contemporary, innovative Irish crafts, including multicoloured, modern Irish knits, designer clothing, Orla Kiely bags and lovely silver jewellery. The glassware and pottery is b…
Jewellery in Grafton Street & Around

Weir & Son's

The largest jeweller in Ireland, this huge shop on Grafton St first opened in 1869 and still has its original wooden cabinets and a workshop on the premises. There's new and antique Irish jewellery (including Celtic…
Food in Grafton Street & Around

Magills

With its characterful old facade and tiny dark interior, Magills' has an old-world charm that reminds you of how Clarendon St must have once looked. At this family-run place, you get the distinct feeling that every …