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The Cake Café

The insiders’ tip among the many cafés in Dublin is somewhat hidden, south of the centre. An excursion to the former Jewish quarter is always worthwhile. There you can stumble upon a tourist-free Dublin where everything seems to be growing…

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The Winding Stair

Simple, straight-forward and entirely tasteful would be a good description of the Winding Stair, located right on the Liffey in central Dublin. They simply get it here! The walls lined with old books, parquetry floors, black bistro tables, the crate…

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The Trocadero has been an institute in the Dublin dining scene since 1966. The velvety red of the interior creates a glimmering, sensuous atmosphere in Dublin’s oldest theatre-restaurant, while the art-nouveau lamps are the icing on the cake. Black and…

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Leo Burdock’s

Really, nobody should leave Dublin before experiencing the best fish & chips in town. Since 1913, people have queued up between Christchurch and the Dublin Castle, for their much loved calorie-bombs. Standing in line is worth it! The first mouthful,…

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Doheny & Nesbitt

The most famous traditional pub in Dublin, most likely to be visited by almost every Dublin tourist at least once. Thank goodness politicians, journalists and locals like coming here, which makes the mixture of guests more interesting. Besides their great…

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