The Well is an on-trend and multi-functional café-bar / restaurant / coffee shop / event space, situated on the site of the famous Dandelion Market, at 130|133 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.The Well is split across two distinct floors; the ground floor café-bar / restaurant / coffee shop and an...
‘kaizen’, meaning ‘good change’ is the philosophy that sits right at our heart. it shapes every dish we create, and pushes us to find better ways in all that we do. we’re restless spirits. forever creating and making things better we’ve been practising kaizen since 1992, when we opened our first...
Ireland inspires us at Glas. The vibrant landscape, the people, the food. And the unsung heroes of Irish food? Vegetables. That’s why we’ve made plant-based ingredients the star at Glas. Eating out should be about enjoying exciting, eclectic flavors, complemented by a carefully curated, innovative...
Dublin’s first Thai Restaurant The Chili Club has been cosily situated in Anne’s lane off Grafton Street since 1991. Irish owned by Tess Corr, Thomas Mahon and Peter Slane, it is a long-time favourite with Dublin’s restaurant-goers, serving delicious authentic Thai food cooked by the Head Chef...
Named after the revered bar Bartley Dunne's which made its home on the hotel site up until the 1990s, The Pub was noted for its eclectic clientele (like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton) and for being one of the very few gay-friendly bars in Dublin in the 1970s. Punks and New Romantics made it...
Dublin's newest Chinese restaurant serving up handmade dumplings, fresh bao and delicious cocktails.We offer an exciting menu of authentic Chinese small bites large sharing dishes and drinks with a twist. Quality ingredients developed and crafted with care by talented people in a cool but inviting...
Soul food via Seoul Fried chicken and beer. A match made in heaven, right? Koreans love the combo so damn much they’ve dedicated a whole word to it. Pretty much a national pastime, Chimac comes from “chi”, short for “chikin” plus “mac” from "maekju", Korean for beer.Inspired by this fried...
- Dundrum Shopping Centre
- Gaiety Theatre Dublin
- Dublin Calling
- The National Gallery Dublin
- Pearse Station
- Merrion Square Dublin
- Grafton Capital Hotel
- Luas Stop Central Park
- Phoenix Park
- General Post Office Gpo
- Grand Canal Theatre
- Hazelhatch And Celbridge Station
- Waterside Grand Canal Apartment
- Clonskeagh Hospital
- The Gibson Hotel
- Vicar Street
- Connolly Train Station
- IFSC Dublin City Apartments
- Malahide Castle Co. Dublin
- Aviva Stadium Lansdowne Road Stadium