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Friday 7 January 2022

6 Cool places to eat in Dublin

 6 cool restaurants to visit in Dublin

Dublin is known as an incredibly friendly city with the vibe of a village, framed by mountains and bays the city is full to the brim of culture, history, old school pubs, vibrant cafes and restaurants. It's a gorgeous place and the perfect destination for a UK road trip or weekend away thats not too far but will feel like a complete change of scenery.

If you're planning a visit to Dublin but don't know where to start then I've got you covered. I've put together a list of five cool places to eat while you're in Dublin to really enjoy the city at its best. These restaurants really shouldn't be missed so make sure you plan your activities and things to do nearby so you can fully enjoy the delicious meals.
Restaurants in Dublin

Cactus Jacks

The very best in mexican food in Dublin. Cactus Jacks is made to cater to all tastes from authentic mexican cuisine to to steaks and even a tapas collection. Set across two floors its super colourful and vibrant and makes you feel like you've been transported right into Mexico. Perfect for casual meals with friends or group dining* and events for up to 50 people

The Dog House

This is genuinely an experience you need to do! It's straight out an interiors magazine and you can literally enjoy delicious pizza and wine while sat on a super comfy bed relaxing. They've got a super cosy fireplace and everything you need from brunch to afternoon tea and even cigars if you're that way inclined. You'll feel like you're home as soon as you walk in the door

The Dean Bar

The Dean Bar does everything from morning coffees and light bites, an all day food menu and cocktails to boot. The bar is super moody and atmospheric with a neon sign for the perfect insta snaps. Equally there's a gorgeous rooftop bar called Sophie's with a 360 degree view of Dublin if thats more your scene

Glover's Alley

The cutest pink interiors will draw you into Glover's Alley but the exquisite food will keep you there and returning over and over again. This fine dining restaurant is the perfect choice for a swanky occasion. Big dishes with big flavours using locally sourced irish ingredients to make their unique dishes. A really special place


If you're big on your steaks then you absolutely must visit Featherblade on your visit to Dublin. It's super cool because it focuses on unusual cuts of beef using original methods to get the most mouth watering steaks. While the steaks are of course the star of the show but don't ignore the sides! Beef dripping chips, truffled mac and cheese are just a few of the incredible sides you can partake in. 


When your entire menu will fit on the back of a business card you better make damn sure what you're offering is something special, and Bunsen does not disappoint. A burger done exactly the way burgers should be and delicious hand cut fries. The patties are minced every morning and the toppings are fresh. Make sure you try the punch sauce for that true OMG bite of a burger

Where do you recommend in Dublin?

Restaurants in Dublin

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