D U B L I N ,  I R E L A N D

The Boxty House

You can't go to Ireland without enjoying Potatoes and The Boxty House serves up creative takes on the traditional Irish potato pancake (the Boxty).    The excellent wine menu (one of the best in the area) only adds to the great ambience and experience.    

20-21 Temple Bar Dublin 2 D

+353 1 677 2762


Elephant and Castle

While the wings are their most famous dish, their selection of Irish seafood is always my choice.   Get there early as it is almost always busy.  . 

18 Temple Bar Dublin 2 D

+353 1 679 3121


The Woolen Mills Eating House

  A great place to grab a traditional Irish breakfast and coffee before exploring the city.  An in house bakery offers other options if the large breakfast really isn't your thing.

42 Lower Ormond Quay Dublin 1 D

+353 1 828 0835


The Bull and Castle by F.X. Buckley

 Serving some of the best steaks in Dublin.  Service isn't the friendliest but order a drink from their extensive cocktail menu and all will be forgotten.  

2 Crow Street Dublin 2 D

+353 1 671 1248


The Temple Bar

Although quite touristy, no trip to Dublin would be complete without a stop at the Temple Bar Pub.   The perfect place to order your favorite pint, listen to traditional Irish music and people watch.  

47/48 Temple Bar Dublin D02 N725 Ireland

+353 87 252 8800


Auld Dubliner Pub

Another can't miss pub in the Temple Bar area of Dublin.   Belly up to the bar and be prepared to sing along with the Irish band into the wee hours of the morning.    

24 - 25 Temple Bar Dublin 2  IRELAND

+353 1 677 0527


The Oar House

Although not in Dublin, this classic Irish coastal restaurant in Howth is only a short train ride from Dublin center.   The Oar House serves up reasonably priced Irish seafood with a nice ambience.  

  West Pier, Howth Dublin 13 Dublin

+353 1 839 4562