Experiences - Dublin

Discover Dublin

A lively capital city that’s as intimate as a village and as friendly as a local Irish pub

Taste your way around the city and coastal villages

Dublin’s food & drink scene has changed considerably in recent years and our capital now has many creative chefs serving Irish ingredients and the very best local artisan food produce. From Michelin starred restaurants to our selected bustling pubs, cafes and restaurants, breweries and distilleries you will experience the very best places to eat and drink, as well as cookery schools and top speciality food shops around the city and coast. A must try is the city's most traditional dish, Dublin Coddle: a sausage, bacon and potato stew. Look out for Dublin Bay Prawns and take in a Whiskey Tasting Experience. Don't just visit Dublin, Experience it.

Browse & Book Experiences in Dublin

Where To Eat And Drink in Dublin

Bretzel Bakery Good Food Ireland | Irish Food
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Ask any Dubliner to name a bakery and most will find with 'The Bretzel' rolling off their tongue.

Portobello, Dublin
Clontarf Castle Hotel
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Clontarf Castle is a luxury hotel seamlessly blending old with new. Offering a choice of fine or casual dining in Dublin.

Clontarf, Dublin
Chapter One, Dublin, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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At Chapter One, the welcome is legendary, the food spot on and the dining room elegant at this Michelin starred restaurant.

Dublin
O Neills Pub, Dublin, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Just a few steps away from the glamorous shopping of Dublin's Grafton Street, and the historic site of Trinity College, sits one of our most traditional pubs.

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Michelin Dining at Good Food Ireland Members L'Ecrivain
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A real shining star in the culinary lexicon of Irish restaurants.

Dublin City, Dublin
Good Food Ireland | Places to Stay | The Merrion Hotel
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If you have a 'things to do before I die' list - a stay in The Merrion Hotel should be right up there on the top of it!

Dublin City, Dublin
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Eileen Dunne and Stefano Crescenzi are a dynamic duo on the Dublin Restaurant scene. The pair met when they were both working for the UN in Italy, she on the International Fund for Agricultural Development, and he as an economist specialising in International Co-Operation and Development.

Dublin
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Despite its recently earned reputation as a primary shopping destination, Dundrum, a small suburb/town in Dublin's south environs, has another, well-earned reputation for decent eateries.

Dundrum, Dublin

Top Foodie Places To Stay in Dublin

Good Food Ireland | Places to Stay | The Merrion Hotel
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If you have a 'things to do before I die' list - a stay in The Merrion Hotel should be right up there on the top of it!

Dublin City, Dublin
Brooks Hotel Dublin's Front Entrance
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Brooks Hotel is the perfect city location for a weekend in Dublin, with delicious food and luxury accommodation.

Dublin City, Dublin
Clontarf Castle Hotel
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Clontarf Castle is a luxury hotel seamlessly blending old with new. Offering a choice of fine or casual dining in Dublin.

Clontarf, Dublin

Best-In-Class Food & Drink Producers in Dublin

Bretzel Bakery Good Food Ireland | Irish Food
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Ask any Dubliner to name a bakery and most will find with 'The Bretzel' rolling off their tongue.

Portobello, Dublin
Keogh's Farm, Dublin, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Keogh's Crisps from the Keogh family farm in North County Dublin, growing special potatoe varieties like Lady Claire, Lady Rosetta and Verdi for crisp making.

Oldtown, Dublin

Speciality Shops, Delis & Cookery Schools in Dublin

Dublin Cookery School Chefs Practicing
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It is hard not to be affected by Lynda Booth's enthusiasm. Her passion for food and teaching is apparent immediately. What better place to combine these two loves than in a cookery school? Her enthusiasm has been rewarded with numerous awards. 

Blackrock, Dublin
Bretzel Bakery Good Food Ireland | Irish Food
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Ask any Dubliner to name a bakery and most will find with 'The Bretzel' rolling off their tongue.

Portobello, Dublin