Where to Eat: Dublin Restaurants
This new star of Irish cuisine offers modern takes on classic dishes. Admittedly, it’s a bit fancy-schmancy-pants (a technical term, I know), but has an interesting décor and great menu.
Admittedly, this café with a French-bistro feel is not very Irish, but that can be a good thing after you’ve had your fill of Guinness. Comfortable and hip, it’s got a really cool retro décor in a fun part of town.
Patrick Guibaud, at the Merrion Hotel
The only two-star Michelin restaurant in not just Dublin, but all of Ireland—and it shows in the menu’s detail and depth of flavour. This is a wonderful meal to be had on the grounds of my favourite hotel in the city. Make sure you make a reservation, as it books up months in advance.
This local place, outside of the city’s touristy centre, is a fun spot that offers some great gastro-pub fare.
Hatch & Sons
Built around the concept of a kitchen table, Hatch focuses on all day dining of an informal and easy nature. No fuss, just good, honest, Irish food.
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