DublinTown launched an exciting new brand focusing on Dublin city’s Northside district, ‘Dublin One’. The district spans the streets of O’Connell Street to Capel Street and Parnell Street to the end of Liffey Street with approximately 850 businesses operating in this pulsating area of the capital.
Dublin One has so much to offer with a diverse wealth of retail, culinary, cultural and entertainment offerings. Visitors to Dublin One can discover new worlds of food every day with cuisines from over 17 different ethnicities available, from African, Asian and Brazilian to Greek, Japanese, Moldovan, Vietnamese and good old Irish food on offer, the choice is endless.
Our top 5 foodie spots to visit:
- Brother Hubbard – Capel Street – great for breakfast, lunch and now has an evening offering.
- Soup Dragon – Capel Street – great for lunch and of course the best homemade soup.
- The Tram Cafe – Wolfe Tone Square – great for lunch, coffee and cake and right beside Henry Street. This is definatley worth a visit.
- Hanoi Hanoi – Capel Street – great for Vietnamiese food.
- Musashi – Capel Street – great for Sushi lovers!
A unique destination – Dublin One is where traditional and contemporary sit side by side. The district Over 600,000 feet flock weekly to these Northside streets, with its 130 cafes and restaurants serving over two million cups of steaming coffee and dishing up delicious meals for up to one million hungry revellers each week.
Capel Street is only a stones throw away from Henry Street and it has a diverse range of amazing shops you simply wouldn’t find anywhere else such Breretons Jellewers, Belle Cheminee (antique fireplaces and mirrors) and Mr Middletons Garden Shop which is actually on Mary Street and is every gardeners dream.
Richard Guiney, CEO DublinTown said “We are really excited to bring a new identity to Dublin by highlighting the diversity and range of what Dublin One has to offer. We at DublinTown along with the businesses of Dublin One, want to encourage visitors to experience the unique busy streets, the heritage and history which is brought to life through culture, diversity and people, making Dublin One the heart and soul of Dublin city.”
Visitors can explore the world from a leprechaun’s point of view in Ireland’s National Leprechaun Museum, visit the time capsule of Dublin’s oldest operating movie theatre, The Savoy. GPO Witness History Experience which is located within the GPO will bring you on a journey of what happened during the week of the 1916 Easter Rising, history will come to life as you experience events from both sides of the conflict and through the eyes of bystanders caught in the crossfire through electronic touch screens, video, audio visual booths, sound and authentic artefacts. Or, simply lose yourself in the pages of a favorite book in the Central Library.
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