Pub GrubBankhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Restaurants/BankThis building, which was constructed between 1893 and 1895, is a prime example of Victorian Commercial architecture.RestaurantsPub GrubEuropeanBlarney Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Restaurants/Blarney_InnWe are committed to using fresh quality Irish produce.RestaurantsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubOtherCellar Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Cellar_BarSet in the original 18th century wine vaults under the Georgian townhouses which form the main house of the Merrion Hotel.PubsPub GrubChurch, (The) Cafe, Bar, Restaurant, Nightclub & Attractionhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Nightclubs/Church_The_Bar_Cafe_and_Restaurant__and_ClubThis restored Church is certainly Dublin’s most unique establishment. Located in the heart of Dublin’s shopping district, with five distinct settings on four levels.NightclubsTraditional Irish Music & DanceCafésPubsRestaurantsEuropeanIrish RestaurantsPub GrubOtherVisitor AttractionsDiningely gastro barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Ely_Gastro_BarAs well as a comprehensive wine offering, ely gastro pub boasts an extensive beer, ale and cocktail list.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubEuropeanEpicurean Food Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Cafes/Epicurean_Food_HallIreland's first Gourmet Food Hall enjoys a multiplicity of food from all corners of the globe including Mexican, Italian, Greek, and traditional Irish.CafésRestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsAsian RestaurantsIrish RestaurantsItalian RestaurantsMiddle Eastern RestaurantsPub GrubSeafood RestaurantsOtherEuropeanVegetarian RestaurantsFerryman Pub & Southbank Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Ferryman_Pub_and_Southbank_RestaurantThe Ferryman Pub and Southbank Restaurant offers the visitor a warm and traditional pub atmosphere with lively entertainment.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubFitzgeralds of Sandycovehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Fitzgeralds_of_SandycoveOne of Dublin’s most famous Victorian pubs established in 1861. The premises has been run by the Fitzgerald family since 1960, and has seen three generations work behind the bar.PubsPub GrubFitzsimons Temple Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Fitzsimons_HotelFitzsimons Temple Bar is a boutique hotel situated on the bank of the River Liffey overlooking the Millenium Bridge in the heart of Temple Bar.PubsPub GrubHotelsHarbourmasterhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Restaurants/HarbourmasterSpacious and modern with subdued lighting. Combines to make a memorable dining experience.RestaurantsPub GrubEuropeanJ.W. Sweetmanhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/J_W_SweetmanJ.W. Sweetman welcomes you to enjoy fine food, craft beers and discerning range of whiskeys over four floors, here in the heart of Dublin.PubsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubJack Nealons Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Jack_Nealons_PubJack Nealons is a traditional Irish Pub resting in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. It is situated on Capel StreetPubsPub GrubO'Neill's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/ONeills_PubWelcome to O' Neill's Pub and Restaurant. You will find us opposite the Dublin Tourism Centre.Traditional Irish Music & DancePubsRestaurantsPub GrubLiterary DublinPaddy Cullen's and Mary Macshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Paddy-CullensLocated in the heart of Ballsbridge on Merrion Road, Paddy Cullens and Mary Macs is an ideal location for the discerning customer to enjoy a drink or fine food in good company and pleasant traditional surroundings.PubsPub GrubPeter's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Peters_Pub"A pub for a chat and convivial chat up, this humble and friendly place is more like Peter's living room and is one of the few remaining drinking dens that hasn't chnaged personality in recent years"PubsPub GrubRyan's of Parkgate Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/ryans_parkgate_street Ryan’s of Parkgate Street has been a landmark Victorian public house in Dublin since 1886 located at the front gate of the Phoenix Park. It has had many famous patrons thorughout it's years including George W. Bush Junior and Senior who both drank here together and also John F. Kennedy.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubSilver Tassiehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Silver_TassieRenowned for a steak and a pint after a round of golf at the nearby Powerscourt & Druids Glen Championship Golf Courses.PubsPub GrubSlatteryshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/SlatterysSlatterys serving up breakfast and pints to the people and tourists of Dublin from 7 A.M Saturdays & Sundays.PubsPub GrubStrawberry Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Strawberry_HallOld World Irish Pub Voted 8th Best Pub in Dublin (Dubliner Magazine 2007). Best Guinness in Dublin.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubThe Anglers Resthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Anglers_RestAnglers Rest is an award winning, seafood restaurant, located in the heart of the country and yet only a fifteen minute drive from the city centre beside the River Liffey and the Phoenix Park.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubSeafood RestaurantsOtherThe Bath Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/the_bath_pubSituated in the vibrant Bath Ave area and a ten minute walk from central Dublin, The Bath is superb addition to the well-known eateries and bars nearby.PubsPub GrubThe Black Sheephttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Black_SheepThis great brew pub on Capel Street in Dublin is a sister pub to ‘Against The Grain’ on Wexford Street, ‘The Brew Dock’PubsPub GrubThe Bloody Streamhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Bloody_Stream_HowthA warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and characterful bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone era are just some of the atmospheric features of The Bloody Stream at Howth, one of north Dublin’s most attractive and popular bars, where the byword is hospitality.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubThe Boars Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Boars_HeadThe Boars Head is situated on Capel Street in Dublin's market area. It is a traditional, old style Dublin pub with a Celtic feel.PubsPub GrubThe Clarendon Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The-Clarendon-BarLocated in the heart of Dublin, just meters away from Grafton Street, the Clarendon Bar is an ideal place to take the weight off during the day, or let your hair down for a great time at night.PubsPub GrubThe Dukehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_DukeIdeally situated close to the city centre on historic Duke street, this old watering hole, which takes it's title from the little street named after the 2nd Duke of Grafton, has been providing liquid refreshment and sustenance to the people of Dublin since 1822.PubsPub GrubThe Gin Palacehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Gin_PalaceThe Gin Palace has the largest selection of gin in Dublin boasting gins from every corner of the globePubsPub GrubThe Green Room Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Green_Room_BarLocated adjacent to the O2, The Green Room offers all the comforts of a modern wine and piano bar in the heart of Dublin’s entertainment district.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubThe Hairy Lemonhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Hairy_LemonThe enigmatic Hairy Lemon Pub was christened in memory of one of the city’s great characters who was a dog catcher in the 1950’s. He was reputed to boast a lemon shaped visage and a stubble of gooseberry like hair. This most enjoyable drinking establishment is just about as unconventional as it’s namesake.PubsPub GrubThe Mercantile Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Mercantile_Bar_and_GrillThe Mercantile Bar & Grill offers you wonderful food at very reasonable prices. Popular with locals and visitors alike, guests can choose from a scintillating menu with only the best of Irish produce used. Why not join us for lunch or dinner and choose from our extensive menu.PubsAmerican RestaurantsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubVegetarian RestaurantsThe Old Standhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Old_StandThe Old Stand is one of Dublin's most favoured social haunt being a traditional pub which ahs been located on this site on Exchequer St.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubThe Stag's Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/The_Stags_HeadDating back to 1770, the pub was rebuilt in 1894-95, and was the first pub in Dublin to be lit by electricity. Magnificent stained glass depicts the Stags Head theme throughout eight windows.PubsPub GrubVertigo Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Restaurants/Pubs/Vertigo_Bar Vertigo Bar at the Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane is one of the trendiest haunts near Bord Gais Energy Theatre (Grand Canal Theatre) or The O2.PubsRestaurantsPub Grub