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101 Talbot

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  • Mediterranean

Close to the Abbey and Gate theaters, so there's no danger of missing a curtain call, this slightly frantic upstairs restaurant showcases...

Bibi's

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  • Café

The small menu at this small café in the middle of a quiet, off-the-beaten-track, residential street emphasizes creative breakfasts...

Brother Hubbard

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  • Middle Eastern

A delightful Slow Food addition to the Dublin dining scene, Brother Hubbard is a cozy, elegantly designed Northside café with a stripped-down...

Busyfeet & Coco Café

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  • Café

This bustling, bohemian café emphasizes good, wholesome food. Organic ingredients play a prominent role on a menu that's laden with...

Café Joly

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  • Irish

The National Library's light-filled tearoom, Café Joly is usually one of the city's more serene lunchtime spots. There's a light, French-country...

Cake Café

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  • Café

When the former head of the Slow Food Dublin movement opens a café, expectations are going to be high. Michelle Darmody's dreamy little...

Considered Café

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  • Café

When homewares designer Helen James (think a young, Irish, Martha Stewart) opened a shop for her Considered brand, she knew she wanted...

Dunne and Crescenzi

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  • Italian

Nothing succeeds like success. So popular is this classy little Italian joint just off Nassau Street that they expanded into the premises...

Elephant & Castle

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  • American

The Elephant was long established in Temple Bar before the Tiger (Celtic, that is) came and went and changed the neighborhood forever.

Enoteca delle Langhe

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  • Italian

Officially called Quartier Bloom in tribute to Joyce's most famous character, there's a charming little (very little) Italian quarter...

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