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The Blind Pig
Italian | Grafton Street
Italian | South City Centre
Chili Club
Thai | Grafton Street
The Little Pig
Italian | Grafton Street
The Restaurant by Johnnie Cooke
Mediterranean | Grafton Street
Fade Street Social - The Restaurant
Irish | South City Centre
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The Winding Stair1. The Winding Stair
44 reviews
Irish | North City Centre, Dublin 1

Very elegant, stylish dining room with lots of good dishes and friendly staff. More

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The Woollen Mills2. The Woollen Mills
72 reviews
Irish | North City Centre, Dublin 1

Thank you to the baker at The Woollen Mills for baking my friends 40th birthday cake on such short notice! It was delish! This place is like home from home, friendly staff, hearty food & leaves plenty of change in your pocket! I will be back! More

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The Legal Eagle3. The Legal Eagle
45 reviews
Irish | North City Centre, Dublin 1

Good original food, with a twist. Fabulous setting More

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Flanagans Restaurant4. Flanagans Restaurant
56 reviews
Irish | O'Connell Street, Dublin 1

Lovely food lots of choice. Staff were very friendly, so friendly we went back the next day. Food is delicious and service was fast. More

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Urban Brewing - Stack A Restaurant5. Urban Brewing - Stack A Restaurant
21 reviews
Contemporary European | International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), Dublin 1

I would like to thank the waiters for making my day even more special. They were so nice at all times. Food was fantastic. More

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Bagots HuttonBagots Hutton
European | North City Centre, Dublin 1

Bagots Hutton is a space that is flexible in nature, a restaurant one moment, a funky wine bar the next. It is a venue which moves away from the established idea of a different venue for shopping, eating and socialising.More

Le Bon CrubeenLe Bon Crubeen
French | Talbot Street, Dublin 1

Le Bon Crubeen is a casual dining restaurant on Talbot Street in Dublin's South City centre. The restaurant serves Irish dishes with a twist, such as Guinness brown bread and a warming seafood chowder. The menus on offer are a lunch and pre-theatre menu, accompanied by their traditional A la carte to server diners throughout the day. More

TP SmithsTP Smiths
International | North City Centre, Dublin 1

T.P Smiths Pub and restaurant has the inviting exterior of a traditional cosy Irish Pub but don’t let that fool you; this is a deceptively large premises.
With 3 floors offering a variety of options to cover your entire social needs! For a quiet pint or mid shopping spot of lunch to catering private parties, tour groups and corporate events, TP. Smiths is the perfect venue to get together!
Situated in the heart of Dublin’s shopping district by Jervis St we are but a stone’s throw from attractions such as The Jameson distillery Smithfield, Guinness Brewery and The Leprechaun museum!
We're also on the LUAS line giving you easy access to the rest of the city.More

The Playwright Restaurant at Wynn's HotelThe Playwright Restaurant at Wynn's Hotel
International | North City Centre, Dublin 1

Experience Executive Chef Michael Walls' seasonal menu from mainly Irish and organic produce in the historic setting of the Wynns Hotel. Great care was taken to restore the restaurant to its original grandeur of the early 1900’s. Enjoy lunch and dinner or our award-winning breakfast menu featuring traditional dishes as well as healthy options, or explore the wide range of dishes on our Pre-Theatre menu.More

The Winding StairThe Winding Stair
Irish | North City Centre, Dublin 1

The Winding Stair is an award winning Irish restaurant overlooking Dublin's famous Ha'Penny bridge. The restaurant originally became a Dublin landmark in the 1970's named after a Yeats poem, giving it some true local history. It opened again in 2006 and became what it is today. Serving micro-brewery beer and food produce sourced from Artisans from the Island The Winding Staircase enjoys sourcing locally. Serving dishes from Marcoom's Irish buffalo mozzarella on their A la carte to roasted pumpkin wedges on their lunch menu there is a great twist on Irish dishes throughout the day.More