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Top 10 places to eat and drink in Dublin.

We asked lots of our lovely hostel guests what were their favourite pubs and restaurants during their stay at Isaacs hostel in Dublin. Here are our survey results of our guests favourite Top 10 places to eat and drink in Dublin. 

 

  1. living roomThe Living Room

This is the place to be if you like Rugby or any sports. It has beautiful outdoor space where you can eat, drink, dance and watch a rugby match or indeed any other type of match.!

More info: http://www.thelivingroom.ie/

 

 

  1. the churchThe Church

The Church is a beautiful bar and restaurant funnily enough in a converted  old church with beautiful old architecture. It is located in the city centre just at the end of Mary Street area and great for a break from shopping.

More info: http://thechurch.ie

 

  1. hairy lemonThe Hairy Lemon Irish pub

This atmospheric cheeky pub is located in Dublin 2 in a 19th century house. There is live Irish music every night.

More info: http://thehairylemon.ie/   

 

  1. chez maxChez Max

It is a traditional French bistro café where you can drink and eat French specialities at the gates of Dublin Castle . It’s wise to book as it is small .
More info: http://www.chezmax.ie/

 

 

 

  1. murphy's icecreamMurphy’s Icecream

Do you want to eat a delicious ice cream during your walking along the Liffey River? You simply have to enjoy one in Murphy’s who are a cork based producer of amazing dairy icecreams.
More info: http://murphysicecream.ie/

 

 

  1. CeltThe Celt

The Celt is just 2 minutes away from Isaacs Hostel, so it is quite handy if you want that local drink before bed ( or in our case after work!)  . There is live music every night, a nice blend of locals and tourists and friendly bar staff create the perfect authentic local experience that our hostellers love  . They also serve excellent Irish food which is cooked in the excellent  restaurant next door ‘Le Bon Crubeen’. There has been known to be many a late hostel night out in here with a music session going on until the early hours.

More info: http://www.thecelt.ie/  

 

  1. porterhousePorterhouse

Porterhouse is a pub with a vast range of different beers from all over  Ireland and the world. It’s situated near Grafton Street and there is one in Temple Bar area too .Taste the delicious apple cider for €6 and good Pub grub

More info: http://www.theporterhouse.ie/bars-dublin-central.php  

 

 

  1. bad bobsBad Bobs

Bad Bobs is a cosy pubs with live music every night until late. On Friday and Saturday, there is a DJ with a saxophonist. They offer you 2 cocktails for a very good price of only €10.  Hard not to !

More info: https://www.badbobs.ie/   

 

  1. Bubble wafleBubble waffle

Bubble waffle is a special ice cream shop. They replace the cone  with a bubble waffle. It’s delicious. You can choose one of the favourites or  create your own. With your bubble waffle don’t forget to drink a freshly squeezed  juice.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/bubblewafflefactory/  

 

  1. murrays grillMurray’s bar

Murray’s bar is a traditional Irish bar and restaurant. It is situated in the heart of Dublin. Enjoy a pint of Guinness with an Irish meal there. You can watch live match and live Irish music as well.

More info: http://murraysbarandgrill.ie/