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Busaras in Dublin (and restaurant help)

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I will be taking the Air Link Bus from Dublin Airport next week to Busaras....from there I am taking the Bus Aireann to Ballaghaderreen, Co. Roscommon. If I don't get the earlier bus at the airport I will have to wait a few hours once I get to Busaras. What would you suggest for a mid morning meal for a restaurant? I will have a suitcase and a carry-on..having traveled from California...with a 4 hour bus ride ahead.

Also, I believe the Air link Bus will drop me off at Talbot Street/Central Bus Station & Conolly Rail Station (per the brochure)....I believe the "Central Bus Station" is the Busaras?

So, that would be the area I might need a place to sit and have a bite to eat.

I've been to Ireland many times but have never taken the bus...we have always rented a car..this time I am alone and no car!

Thanks for any ideas and help!
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