local Tips - Secret Food Tours Dublin


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  • Dublin's Favourite Italian Establishment - The Unicorn, 12B Merrion Court, Dublin 2, +353 (1) 662 4757, www.theunicorn.restaurant.ie
  • Dublin's Oldest Pub Dating Back To 1198 - The Brazen Head, 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8, +353 (1) 677 9549, www.brazenhead.com
  • Delicious Tapas - Fade Street Social, Fade Street, Dublin 2, +353 (1) 6040066, www.fadestreetsocial.com
  • Great Seafood And Beer - Matt the Thresher, 31-32, Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, +353 (1) 676 2980, www.mattthethresher.ie
  • Dublin's Best Independent Café - Brother Hubbard, 153 Capel Street, Dublin 1, +353 1 441 1112, www.brotherhubbard.ie


  • See Dublin From The Water - Spend an evening dining aboard the Guinness Canal Barge MV Cadhla or enjoy a cocktail aboard the MV Cill Airne to get a whole new perspective of this port city.
  • Find Free Events - From Gaelic classes, museums, to cookery lessons, there's always free events throughout the city. Visit www.dublineventguide.com to see what's happening while you're in town.
  • Watch A Game - Dublin is home to the historic Croke Park Stadium, one of the largest in Europe. While here, immerse yourself in the local culture by catching our Gaelic Athletic Association teams in action.
  • Explore The Parks - Dublin is home to the largest enclosed urban park in Europe, the Phoenix Park over 1,750 acres. Feed the ducks in historic St. Stephen's Green park, enjoy the hidden gem that is the Iveagh Gardens, or visit Oscar Wilde who sits in the corner of Merrion Square park.
  • Visit the Museums - On cold or rainy days step inside one of our famous museums: the National Museum of Ireland, the Museum of Modern Art, the Dublin Writers Museum, and the wacky Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio. Catch a science exhibition at the Dublin Science Gallery or travel back in time at the Number Twenty Nine Georgian House Museum, there is even a National Leprechaun Museum!