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Ireland. The Emerald Isle. This green land is a fount of literary and romantic heroes and the spiritual home for millions of Americas who trace their ancestry back to 19th and early 20th century immigrants escaping the potato famine. Across the Irish Sea is Great Britain. Many visitors to England find that a trip to Ireland is a practical and logistic possibility. Throughout Ireland are tourist attractions, some hundreds of years old, which are evidence of the country’s rich cultural heritage. In Armagh, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, is a shrine to Ireland’s patron saint. Donegal Castle in the town with the same name pays tribute to Ireland’s military history. Dublin, the biggest city on the Emerald Isle is site of Dublin Castle, former seat of British rule and is today a major government center. Phoenix Park in Dublin,is the “largest inner city park in the world”, and where you’ll find Ashtown Castle and the Dublin Zoo. On the literary front, the James Joyce Tower & Museum at Sandycove is a year-round tourist attraction. The mid-June Bloomsbury Festival draws visitors from all over the world, interested in seeing what Joyce wrought in his masterpiece Ulysses, with its wondering Dublin wanderer, Leopold Bloom. Wherever the spirit takes you on your trip to Ireland, don’t be surprised if apparitions of leprechauns and the melodious tones of the most musical English language spoken anywhere leave you completely enchanted.
A stylish Georgian Townhouse with an unbeatable location on St Stephen's Green, considered one of Dublin's finest luxury boutique hotels. Bentley's ten individually designed bedrooms offer the intimacy and character of a privately run townhouse right in the heart of Dublin. Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill located onsite is one of Dublin's most talked about restaurants offering outstanding food in a spectacular environment. On your doorstep you have access to Dublin's top attractions such as The G
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There is a vibrant nightlife in Dublin and it is reputedly one of the most youthful cities in Europe - with estimates of 50% of citizens being younger than 25.[6][7] Furthermore in 2007, and again in 2009, Dublin was voted the friendliest city in Europe.[21][22] Like the rest of Ireland, there are pubs right across the city centre. The area around St. Stephen's Green - especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street - is a centre for some of the most popular nightclubs and pubs in Dublin.
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Modern European
101 Talbot is modest looking but highly rated. This second-floor restaurant excels at light versions of European cuisine, such as vegetable curry with homemade chutney or the fillet of organic Clare Island salmon with red pepper sauce. It has a funky atmosphere and there is lots of art to view and newspapers to read.

Modern European
Alexis Bar & Grills is a lovely bright bistro in seaside Dun Laoghaire. The local foods form French-influenced dishes ranging from a tatin of caramelized onion and goat cheese with beetroot dressing to slow-roasted pork belly with mustard potatoes, and a fig and apple compote.

Lounge, Cocktails
The Aviator's Lounge is our stunning first floor space overlooking St. Stephen's Green. The lounge serves an extensive cocktail list and a selection of teas and coffees. Why not take the time for a pre-dinner drink, such as the Bentley's Oyster Martini? The Aviator's Lounge is also available for exclusive hire throughout the week. Seating up to 30 people or accommodating up to 100 for a standing reception this space is ideal for a range of events from business meetings and Christmas parties, intimate weddings to product launches.

Modern Irish
Bentley's Oyster Bar and Grill is one of Dublin's most talked about and stylish restaurants, offering outstanding food served in a spectacular environment. The traditional dishes have been given a modern twist with lighter preparation and presentation reflects the diversity of the modern Irish dining landscape. Bentley's is ideal for a nice cocktail, a beautiful lunch or dinner in the main restaurant, or even enjoying some oysters with a glass of champagne at the Oyster Bar.

Irish French, Modern European
You can't get much more "Dublin" than dining in a Georgian terrace house basement, and that's exactly where Bon Appetit is located. The food though slants more towards classic French than traditional Dublin fare. However, you will find some Irish and Mediterranean influences on the menu. The fresh seafood from Howth is great but then. so is the steak and Wicklow lamb, so you'll be spoiled for choice. And while you're waiting for your food you can always view the magnificent collection of local watercolors adorning the walls.

One of the best things about this restaurant is its location. Housed in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum, it is an ideal dining spot for anyone attending a performance at the nearby Gate Theatre. That's not to detract from the food though. The menu presents an excellent array of New Irish cuisine and meals are reasonably priced. These seasonally based meals emphasize Irish organic produce in French-influenced dishes, such as sea bream, roast fennel, braised squid, tomato, and shellfish soup. The atmosphere is very welcoming and its tempting to believe that you are going to dine in someone's private home, which is, after all, what Irish dining is all about.

Modern European
Unfortunately Cusack's doesn't generally receive the recognition it deserves. It offers delightful food at reasonable prices served by friendly staff. The atmosphere is relaxed and unpretentious. You won't be disappointed by the Oak Smoked Irish Salmon and the Char-grilled Pork Chops. But leave room for one of the wonderful puddings they offer.

Italian, Modern European
As one of the award-winning Fitzers Restaurant Group, you would expect good things of this branch, and you would be right. Following on the success of his London restaurants, Marco is proud to open his first Irish venture, here on Dawson Street. Like the man himself, the new venue is flamboyant, entertaining and full of character. This is a place where diners can enjoy simple yet exquisite cuisine that perfectly embodies what Marco calls Affordable Glamour. Our chefs have all been trained in London by Marco himself. They use only the finest ingredients to create simple, classic fare like Hereford Steak with Bearnaise Sauce or Halibut Steak a la Nicoise. Marco's restaurants are all about the experience - the buzz, the unique atmosphere, and enjoying the company of friends in gorgeous, comfortable surrounds. Treat yourself to a main course, just a starter, or a full-on culinary event. Whatever you come for, we guarantee an unforgettable experience that's all about you.

Breakfast & Brunch
For me Kilkenny Kitchen's lunch represents everything an Irish lunch should be. The house quiche is superb and there's wonderful stew, smoked salmon, and casseroles. But for a truly Irish experience try the freshly baked scones, bread, and cakes. Located in the Kilkenny Shop, this restaurant is always busy and you're naturally expected to share your table. This just adds to the experience though as you sit in this friendly and relaxed atmosphere, overlooking Trinity College in the heart of Dublin.

Glamorous eatery specializing in Irish produce and meat, think seared wild Irish venison.

Seats in L'Gueleton, this warm, French-influenced bistro, can be hard to come by. The featured items on the changing menu include whole roast sea bass with new potatoes and chive beurre blanc and a venison casserole with juniper and organic root vegetables.

American (New), Modern European
Casual but classy, the Mermaid Café is owned by a chef and an artist. The walls display bright, original art and the seafood is a good bet. Also try options like the roast venison with pears, chestnuts, and smoked bacon.

Outlets of this small chain are found around Dublin. They offer healthy lunch items such as wraps, sandwiches, soups, and salads.

Modern European
This restaurant has been reviewed as one of the top fine restaurants in Ireland and just one visit will tell you why. The setting is spacious and elegant with a bright, airy room, and patio leading to the hotel gardens. The summary on the inside of the menu sums up the food perfectly: " Modern classic cuisine using Irish produce in season." Using the best fish, game and meat Ireland has to offer Patrick Guilbaud aims to present quality, succulent dishes. And he gets the results. The Foie Gras and Roe Deer are to die for and the Irish dishes like Connemara Lobster are equally tasty.

French, Modern European
You're guaranteed a warm welcome at this particular restaurant. The chef here, Colin O'Daly, has been named one of the best in Ireland and you'll see why when you taste the food. His dishes are imaginative and best of all they are reasonably priced. He has managed to successfully mix French, traditional Irish and international influences on his menu. Fresh ingredients are key here and the Dublin Bay Prawns are excellent. In fact, this dish has become a specialty of the restaurant.

Modern European
If I tell you that U2 are the owners of this restaurant you'll probably want to go along just out of curiosity. But you'll stay for much more. What this place does with salmon and veal is mouthwatering and the service is friendly and efficient. Although it's certainly a high-end restaurant, it is not "stuffy" and is always popular. You can even find yourself dining beside some celebrities. The fact that it is located in the Temple Bar area, the heart of DUblin's Social Scene, is an added bonus.

Russian, Scandinavian
One of Dublin's longest established fine restaurants never fails to impress. I love the unusual layout of the dining area. There are several small rooms, rather than one large dining area, which makes makes for a warm, intimate atmosphere. The Old Dublin has become famous for its Russian and Scandinavian specialties like Blini and Planked Sirloin Hussar.

Irish, Modern European
The Winding Stair, a beloved Dublin café, recently reworked into a sleek, gorgeous restaurant. With wood floors, big windows, and stunning river views, this restaurant is a must. The dishes are modern interpretations of Irish favorites like steamed mussels and homemade chips with aioli, and Irish lamb chops with cheesy potato bake, greens, and red wine gravy.

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