About Eating Out at Dublin Restaurants

(Dublin, Ireland)

Dublin is a large and bustling city, home to a huge number of places to eat, suiting all tastes and pockets. Ranging from traditional Irish fare to more cosmopolitan and international cuisine, restaurants in Dublin are usually reasonably priced.

Eating Out: Places to Eat in Dublin

Many of the best restaurants in Dublin stand on the southern side of the River Liffey, with a high concentration around both Grafton Street and the city's vibrant Temple Bar area. Cafés, coffee shops and wine bars are also in plentiful supply in Dublin, transforming into notable night time venues as the evening approaches.

For lunchtime snacks in Dublin, a range of inexpensive places to eat can be found in the main central shopping districts and malls, a number of which feature food courts, sandwich shops and bakeries. Famous fast-food chains are also clustered throughout the city centre, serving burgers, fried chicken and pizzas. Traditional pubs are plentiful all over Dublin, with popular choices lining the river and featuring many affordable and hearty meals, including the classic Irish stew, which is often served with a pint of the local tipple, Guinness.

Popular Restaurants and Eateries

Sabor Brazil
Address: 50 Pleasants Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Tel: +353 (01) 475 0304
Website: http://www.saborbrazil.ie

Address: 1 St Marys Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
Tel: +353 (01) 660 2367
Website: http://marcels.ie

The Arch Bistro
Address: Landscape Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14, Ireland
Tel: +353 (01) 296 6340
Website: http://www.thearchbistro.com

The Vintage Kitchen
Address: 7 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Tel: +353 (01) 679 8705
Website: http://www.thevintagekitchen.ie

Address: 27 South Richmond Street, Portobello, Dublin 2, Ireland
Tel: +353 (01) 424 4043
Website: http://www.vivaespanatapas.com

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