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Opposite the Millennium Bridge, Dublin 1

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Dublin's Italian Quarter - Quartier Bloom

A new Italian Quarter has sprung up on the North side of the River Liffey near the Jervis Street Luas stop. This shopping and eating district offers an authentic Italian experience for Dubliners and visitors alike.

Quartier Bloom is the name given to this delightful Italian district. Located on Lower Ormond Quay, it includes an Italian food shop, a juice and smoothie bar, a wine bar, a café and a clothes shop.

The best of Italian cuisine is available with different types of salsa, pasta and olive oils. Fresh Bread and imported Italian Cheeses including Fontina, Taleggio and Raschera, an Italian semi-soft cheese can be found. Special Italian hams such as Mortadella, Speck and Prosciutto are also on offer.

For a nice relaxed lunch, the Italian Quarter is the perfect pit stop to suit all palettes serving a variety of delicious dishes from pizza to pasta, vegetarian to Mexican.



Dublin's Italian Quarter - Quartier Bloom

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Opposite the Millennium Bridge, Dublin 1

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A new Italian Quarter has sprung up on the North side of the River Liffey near the Jervis Street Luas stop. This shopping and eating district offers an authentic Italian experience for Dubliners and visitors alike.

Quartier Bloom is the name given to this delightful Italian district. Located on Lower Ormond Quay, it includes an Italian food shop, a juice and smoothie bar, a wine bar, a café and a clothes shop.

The best of Italian cuisine is available with different types of salsa, pasta and olive oils. Fresh Bread and imported Italian Cheeses including Fontina, Taleggio and Raschera, an Italian semi-soft cheese can be found. Special Italian hams such as Mortadella, Speck and Prosciutto are also on offer.

For a nice relaxed lunch, the Italian Quarter is the perfect pit stop to suit all palettes serving a variety of delicious dishes from pizza to pasta, vegetarian to Mexican.



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