Dublin

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European
North of the Liffey
10 reviews
In the cellar of the Dublin Writers’ Museum, Chapter One is often cited by critics as the best restaurant north of the Liffey. — DK Eyewitness
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European
Merrion Square & Around
6 reviews
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European
Grafton Street & Around
6 reviews
Rated by local critics as one of the best restaurants in Dublin, L'Gueuleton is worth the effort you'll have to put in to book it well in advance. — Frommer's
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European
Grafton Street & Around
5 reviews
This former telephone exchange on happening Exchequer Street is the best food hall in town. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
North of the Liffey
7 reviews
Maguire uses native produce in dishes like fried Clonakilty black pudding and a tart made with local parsnips, shallots, and Gubbeen cheese. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Ballsbridge
4 reviews
This darling little bistro and wine bar endears itself to everyone. Wine's the thing here, so relax with a bottle of Bordeaux or Côte du Rhône and nibbles from the menu. — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
Bon Appetit is luring Dublin's gourmets away from the city centre with the promise of culinary fireworks from young Irish chef Oliver Dunne. — Time Out
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European
Merrion Square & Around
5 reviews
Classic Irish dishes get a truly gourmet twist at this stalwart of Dublin's fine-dining scene: the oysters in Guinness sabayon are legendary. — Time Out
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European
South City Centre
4 reviews
7
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European
5 reviews
Stunning views over Howth Harbor are your first reward for choosing this impressive seafood restaurant located in the old yacht club building only a few yards from where local fishermen still land the. — Fodor's
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Vegan and Vegetarian
North of the Liffey
3 reviews
Close to the Abbey and Gate theaters, so there's no danger of missing a curtain call, this slightly frantic upstairs restaurant showcases an ever-changing exhibition of local artists' work. — Fodor's
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French
Grafton Street & Around
3 reviews
Chef-owner Eamonn O'Reilly cuts quite a dash, but it's his sophisticated, daring, contemporary cuisine that tends to seduce visitors to his little restaurant. — Fodor's
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European
Grafton Street & Around
3 reviews
Atmospheric cellar restaurant - formerly a bank vault - named after the artist. Comfy room with a warm, clubby feel and a large mural depicting the owner. — Michelin Guide
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European
5 reviews
Head chef Mikael Viljanen brings a Nordic touch to dishes that are delicately complex, utilizing the crème de la crème of Irish ingredients. — Condé Nast Traveler
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European
Grafton Street & Around
5 reviews
This upmarket yet relaxing steakhouse is the brainchild of Irish-American talk-radio tycoon John M. Shanahan, who followed his dream of building a temple to his favorite food: Irish beef. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Grafton Street & Around
3 reviews
This rustic Italian restaurant lies at the heart of the growing food empire of husband-and-wife team Eileen Dunne and Stefano Crescenzi. — Concierge
7
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Cafe
2 reviews
A bright, airy warehouse cafe favoured by hipsters, who come for the healthy breakfasts, salads and sandwiches – and the guitarist strumming away in the corner. — Lonely Planet
7
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Bakeries
Grafton Street & Around
4 reviews
At Michelle Darmody's Cake Café, a restaurant in the Portobello neighborhood, the building was designed to be sustainable and with materials that were apparently "healthy and organic". — Travel + Leisure
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European
Merrion Square & Around
4 reviews
Stylish, three floor restaurant with a pale blue colour scheme: the basement is intimate, the ground floor, light, and the top floor, elegant. — Michelin Guide
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European
4 reviews
A landmark in the town: a fresh fish shop, a well-stocked deli and a cosy bistro in one. — Michelin Guide
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