Tamp & Stitch is a café and clothing boutique. Located in Essex st west in the Old Town of Temple Bar, at the heart of historic Dublin City centre.
Bars & Restaurants
We believe its time to approach food in a more creative way. To reconnect with the natural world. To experience tastes beyond the walls of the restaurant. To push the boundaries of the senses.
The Riddler is a fine dining restaurant that specialises in creative Irish cuisine and focuses on entertaining guests with some clever riddles sprinkled throughout the restaurant
Olive's Room cafe is an artisan tea room that provides a selection of delicious savoury food and sweet treats for all tastes, as well as hosting a variety of wellbeing classes for you and your family
At the Cake Café we do birthday cakes, tasty cakes and party cakes, cakes for any occasion.
Quirky casual dining restaurant for carnivores to get real taste of an American BBQ with a contemporary twist.
Dublins finest restaurant & bar venue
At Moloughney’s Restaurant, Chef-Owner Liam Moloughney is fanatical about using Irish produce wherever possible and he changes the menu at least every six weeks, teasing out recipes and ideas to create a selection of tastes that is simple yet offers something for everyone.
Baobab Coffee Roasters is an independently owned Micro Coffee Roastery. The delight we get when you've tasted our coffee and realise that yes, coffee can taste this good!
We make freshly baked cookies with tens of flavours, cookie dough, flavoured milk including cookie milk and chocolate milk, water from One, great speciality coffee from Coffee Culture and a range of teas.
Bloom Brasserie & Wine Bar is a modern, fresh, tastefully designed restaurant on Dublin's Baggot Street.
An amazing selection of meats and homemade meal solutions that are created fresh daily by our team of Master Butchers.
BARS & RESTAURANT
Dublin bars, pubs and nightclubs are well known. With a healthy local trade and over four million visitors per year it’s not surprising Dublin’s bars cater to a wide range of tastes. A trip to Dublin isn’t complete without a visit to at least one of the iconic Dublin bars, where you can experience first hand the friendliness and hospitality the Irish are famous for. Whether you’re looking for a traditional pub or a contemporary cocktail lounge, Dublin has lots of choice for everyone.
It has been said that walking across Dublin without passing a pub is virtually impossible, while this is an interesting challenge; we think it’s a better idea to spend time in as many as possible. After a hard days work, or exploring the city, one of Dublin’s rooftop bars could be the perfect choice to help you relax and soak up some views of our beautiful city. If the weather is better suited to spending time indoors, then why not try one of the many cosy pubs, some of which date back more than 200 years.
Regardless of your tipple, Dublin bars will have something for you. Whether you like a chilled glass of lager or traditional ale, a fine whiskey blend or something a little more exotic, most of Dublin’s bars will offer all your favourites, as well as one or two drinks you might not have come across before.
Restaurants in Dublin cater to all palettes. From fine dining in Michelin starred restaurants to more traditional dishes in one of the many historic local pubs. Dublin is home to a diverse populace of over two million people, and the growing number of quality restaurants reflects the city’s continued rise and optimism.
Talented young chefs are opening new restaurants throughout the city, creating a food renaissance that has given us a range of exciting quality restaurants in Dublin. When you’re trying to find somewhere to eat in Dublin don’t be afraid to ask around. Personal recommendations are a great way to find good food, and sometimes lead to you discovering hidden gems you would otherwise have never found.
Amongst the world-class pubs and beautiful Georgian squares you’ll find top-notch Chinese, Mexican, Brazilian, Indian and Korean restaurants. There are also many contemporary restaurants in Dublin that offer modern interpretations on more traditional Irish Dishes. There is so much choice and variety it’s easy to go for days without creating a single piece of washing-up. Whether you need a quiet café to nurse a hangover, or an upmarket restaurant to start your weekend, restaurants in Dublin offer plenty of options. For seafood lovers delight your taste buds with everything from traditional fish and chips to Dublin Bay prawns or Galway Bay oysters. The city’s reputation as Ireland’s foodie capital looks set to go from strength to strength.