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Camden Kitchen

  0.28 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tucked away off busy Camden St, this inviting little bistro prides itself on its fresh, seasonal menu. — Lonely Planet

Simple, modern, neighbourhood bistro set over two floors; watch the owner cooking in the open kitchen. — Michelin Guide

This bistro-style restaurant always makes an appearance on Dublin's best-restaurant rankings. It's intimate and chic, and serves lunch and dinner (if you are feeling hungry in the late... — Condé Nast Traveler

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the Cake Cafe

Cafés   0.29 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When the former head of the Slow Food Dublin movement opens a café, expectations are going to be high. Michelle Darmody's dreamy little Cake Café fulfills every one of them. — Fodor's

Dublin's best-kept pastry secret is this great little cafe on a tiny lane parallel to Camden St. — Lonely Planet

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

This adorable new venture has already won itself a loyal following. — Time Out

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Shanahan's on The Green

Steakhouses   0.61 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are those who believe this classy steakhouse to be the finest restaurant in the city. — Time Out

You could order seafood or a plate of vegetables, but you'd be missing the finest cuts of juicy and tender Irish Angus beef you'll find anywhere. — Lonely Planet

Georgian townhouse overlooking the green; the basement 'Oval Office' bar features one of JFK's old rocking chairs. — Michelin Guide

This American-style steak house in a restored Georgian town house offers a sleekly elegant setting in which to chow down on some of the tenderest Irish Angus beef this side of the Atlantic. — Fodor's

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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Bow Lane

  0.62 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's relatively new to the scene, but Bow Lane has already secured a reputation as a stellar restaurant and cocktail bar. With a location just beyond the end of South Great George’s... — Travel + Leisure

It's a 50's-style cocktail bar, but with a standout menu. On offer are dinner mains as diverse as rabbit pie and tandoori chicken, while the excellent brunch menu does it with a twist.... — Lonely Planet

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Thorntons Restaurant

International   0.69 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Kevin Thornton's culinary genius is to take new French cuisine and give it a theatrical, Irish once-over. — Lonely Planet

Elegant restaurant overlooking St Stephen's Green, on the first floor of the Fitzwilliam Hotel. — Michelin Guide

Featured on television and in books, Chef Kevin Thornton had made his mission clear to incorporate Irish ingredients into modern cuisine. — Travel + Leisure

Forget the stretched metaphors: if you're passionate about food, this place is a must. — Fodor's

One of the most talked-about fine-dining restaurants in Dublin, Thonton's is the culinary seat of celebrity chef Kevin Thornton,. — Time Out

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The Canal Bank Cafe

  0.72 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This smart and easy-going café on Upper Leeson Street has young, sassy staff and an American-influenced menu featuring omelettes, soups, burgers, steak sandwiches and quesadillas. — Time Out

Life is good at Trevor Browne’s airy American-French style bistro, just off the canal. — Lonely Planet

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Forest Avenue

  0.73 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This rustic neighbourhood restaurant is named after a street in Queens and has a fitting 'NY' vibe, with its jam jar and antler light fittings and stags' heads lining the walls. Top... — Michelin Guide

The tasting menu gives you a chance to explore some of Ireland’s best produce, presented beautifully and prepared with a unique lightness of touch. — Condé Nast Traveler

Named after the street in Queens where chef-owner Sandy Wyer grew up, Forest Avenue is the new and rising star on the Dublin food stage. — Fodor's

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Peploe's

International   0.76 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

There is a reason - no, make that several reasons - why Peploe's is considered to be the best wine bar in town. — Time Out

In the vast basement of a Georgian building, this wine bar and restaurant is so chic even the waitstaff are nattily attired. — Frommer's

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Super Miss Sue

  0.76 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A delicious seafood extravaganza that singlehandedly doubles up as an excellent restaurant and good old fashioned fish and chip shop. — On the Grid

There are actually three restaurants here under the Super Miss Sue umbrella, each serving excellent seafood to a trendy crowd. Luna is the most formal of the three, but the quirky Café... — Frommer's

Not one restaurant, but three: on the ground floor is a bright cafe-style dining room that serves mostly seafood, including lots of types of oysters and a shellfish platter to die for. — Lonely Planet

One of the best new spots is Super Miss Sue, which manages to be bright and inventive but earthy at the same time. — Condé Nast Traveler

Seafood joint Super Miss Sue fuses high class dining with world class drunk food. — Let's Go

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Steps of Rome

Italian   0.77 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Discerning natives flock to this place for a cheap lunch or a good takeout. — Fodor's

One of the best open secrets in town is this tiny kerbside cafe just off Grafton St, where you can take away rustic pizza slices or sit in and rub elbows with the Italian frat pack. — Lonely Planet

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Saba

Thai   0.78 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Trendy, buzzy Thai restaurant and cocktail bar. Simple, stylish rooms with refectory tables, banquettes and amusing photos. — Michelin Guide

Don't judge Saba by the uninspired decor (dark wooden tables and lighting that casts a dull orange glow)—just wait for the food. — Concierge

The name means 'happy meeting place' and this Thai-Vietnamese fusion restaurant is just that, a very popular eatery with Dubliners who tuck into a wide selection of Southeast Asian dishes. — Lonely Planet

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The Greenhouse

  0.79 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Mickael Viljanen might just be the most exciting chef working in Ireland today thanks to his Scandi-influenced tasting menus, which have made this arguably Dublin's best restaurant.... — Lonely Planet

Stylish restaurant with turquoise banquettes and smooth service. Menus include a good value set lunch, midweek set and tasting menus and a 5 course 'Surprise' on Friday and Saturday... — Michelin Guide

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

The Greenhouse was awarded a Michelin star just three years after opening. — Travel + Leisure

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The Unicorn

Italian   0.79 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Saturday lunch at this Italian restaurant in a laneway off Merrion Row is a tradition for Dublin’s media types, socialites, politicos and their cronies. — Lonely Planet

In the art of creating the perfect place to get slightly sozzled over some quality eats, the Unicorn is a master. — Fodor's

The Food Emporium offers takeaway food that includes gourmet sandwiches, ‘designer’ salads and smoothies. — Insight Guides

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Bang Restaurant

International   0.8 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Almost as much art gallery as eatery, this elegantly bohemian joint is a thing to behold. — Frommer's

Cool minimalist interiors with brash art, chandeliers and a menu that is full of dishes you want to eat. — Time Out

Across the road from the Shelbourne Hotel, this hip restaurant is the essence of stylish minimalism, reflected in its food as well as the decor of natural tones and dark wood furnishings. — DK Eyewitness

Fashionistas and foodies alike have been aficionados of this stylish spot for over a decade, which changed hands a few years ago. — Lonely Planet

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Silk Road Cafe

Indian   0.8 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Silk Road is set inside the fabulous Chester Beatty Library, and carries the museum's Eastern and Islamic theme into its menu. — Time Out

Complementing house specialities including Greek moussaka and spinach lasagne are daily specials such as djaj mehshi (chicken stuffed with spices, rice, dried fruit, almonds and pine nuts). — Lonely Planet

A great-value, Middle Eastern delight hidden away in the Chester Beatty Library, the Silk Road Café has a buffet-style menu always full of exotic surprises. — Fodor's

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ely wine bar

Burgers   0.8 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This cosmopolitan, clever place does everything right. — Frommer's

Dishes tend to be simple—for example, the panfried cod with potato terrine, samphire (a local coastal herb), and clam chowder—but incredibly fresh and succulent. — Fodor's

Cosy and smart, with brick walls, oversized armchairs and little nooks and crannies to sink into, Ely boasts a vast wine list that is possibly the best in the country. — Time Out

Scrummy homemade burgers, bangers and mash, or wild smoked salmon salad are some of the dishes you’ll find in this basement restaurant. — Lonely Planet

Owners Erik and Michelle Robson also run an organic farm in Clare, and supply beef and vegetables for entrees on the lunch and dinner menus. — Travel + Leisure

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Drury Buildings

  0.8 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What was, until recently, a six-story derelict building is now blanketed in graffiti and home to a multi-level restaurant and cocktail bar. The Elyx-ier is a good place to start on the... — Condé Nast Traveler

The food – Italian dishes made with local produce and infused with an international twist – is excellent. — Lonely Planet

A hip, laid-back 'New York loft': its impressive terrace has a retractable roof and reclaimed furniture features in the stylish cocktail bar, which offers cicchetti and sharing boards.... — Michelin Guide

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Damson Diner

  0.8 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Behind the glass-fronted entrance is a superb new eatery, where the menu offers up a mix of Asian dishes (fennel bhaji , ssam duck or pork) and American classics (Boston chowder, chilli con carne). — Lonely Planet

American–Asian fusion cuisine in a retro-1950's diner with a modern twist: it sounds like a disaster waiting to happen, but the Damson Diner has been a hit on the Dublin dining scene. The... — Fodor's

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Fade Street Social

International   0.81 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The latest venture of former Michelin-star celebrity-chef Dylan McGrath, Fade Street Social is a cavernous tapas bar, restaurant, and pub all rolled into one. — Fodor's

Dishes use Irish ingredients but have a Mediterranean feel; they specialise in sharing dishes and large cuts of meat such as chateaubriand. — Michelin Guide

Two eateries in one, courtesy of renowned chef Dylan McGrath: at the front, the buzzy Gastro Bar, which serves up gourmet tapas from a beautiful open kitchen. — Lonely Planet

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l'Gueuleton

French   0.81 miles from Irish Jewish Museum 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dubliners have a devil of a time pronouncing the name (which means 'a gluttonous feast' in French) and have had their patience tested with the no-reservations-get-in-line-and-wait policy,. — Lonely Planet

Rustic restaurant with beamed ceilings, Gallic furnishings, a shabby-chic bistro feel and a large pavement terrace. — Michelin Guide

Under Warren Massey, L'Gueuleton remains at the center of Dublin's affordable restaurant revolution. — Concierge

Dubliners don't do waiting, but you'll see hungry crowds doing just that outside this no-reservations-accepted, exceptional eatery just off George's Street. — Fodor's

The classic bistro fare like Toulouse sausages, rib-eye with béarnaise, and roast chicken à la Bourguignonne is delicious and perfectly prepared. — Travel + Leisure

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