Queen of Tarts

Dublin 2

Opened in 1998 by two sister pastry chefs and rated one of the top 10 UK & Irish tea and cake destinations, Queen of Tarts serves savory and sweet made from the...

  • Bakery
  • Sweets

Stage Door Café

Temple Bar

The awning at the Stage Door Café reads: "There are no strangers here, only friends we have yet to meet." Although regulars come for what has been described as one...

  • Café or Bistro
  • Multi-Cuisine

The Winding Stair

North City

Named after the Yeats poem, The Winding Stairs opened as a bookshop in the 1970s right on one end of Ha'penny Bridge and became a popular meeting spot for...

  • Café or Bistro
  • Local Cuisine

Bistro Brazil

Bistro Brazil does affordable Brazilian dining with a Japanese twist in the form of fire roasted meats, classics like feijoada and an assortment of sushi.

  • Family style
  • Multi-Cuisine

3Sixty5 African Restaurant

North Inner City

Just off Henry Street, 3Sixty5 dishes up authentic African cuisine in a friendly setting. Popular items include the chicken with spicy jolly rice and the fried

  • Casual
  • Other

777

South Inner City

777 is an acknowledged hipster haven, trendy in concept with a menu of Mexican small bites, family-style for parties of six or more and flavorful tequila cocktails....

  • Pub
  • Mexican

The Hairy Lemon

Creative Quarter

Named after a well-known dog catcher who patrolled the city in the 1950s and used as a filming location for The Commitments, the Hairy Lemon is an old world pub....

  • Pub
  • Pub

Vintage Kitchen

South Inner City

The traditionally Irish menu at Vintage Kitchen varies based on availability at local markets and shops. Sample menu items include a Wicklow duck liver creme, a pan...

  • Casual
  • Local Cuisine

Yamamori Noodles

South Inner City

Yamamori Noodles is Dublin's first Japanese restaurant, opened in 1995 on South Great George's Street. Part of the now expanded Yamamori group of restaurants and...

  • Casual
  • Asian fusion