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The Palace Bar 

21 Fleet St Dublin, Ireland

The Palace Bar is known for being unspoiled and unperturbed by the passage of time, providing a very important bridge between the 19th-centu


Celtic Whiskey Shop 

27-28 Dawson St Dublin, Ireland

Irelands premier whiskey shop is based in the heart of Dublin city centre. First opened in 2003, it has become a mecca for whiskey lovers. H


Matt The Thresher 

31-32 Lwr Pembroke St Dublin, Ireland (01) 676 2980

Tony heads to Matt the Threshers a seafood joint that sources directly from the harbors around the island. They also serve up a special on o



60 Dame St Dublin, Ireland

Joe Macken™s Crackbird is a pop-up restaurant that used social media to spread the word, and through its success, eventually became a full-t



Aughrim St Dublin, Ireland

Tony stops at Kavanagh;s -- a locals-only establishment known to Dubliners as The Gravediggers owing to its location next to Glasnevin cemet



8 Poolbeg St Dublin, Ireland

This brilliant, old boozer was established in 1782 and has barely changed over the years. It has one of the finest pints of Guinness in Dubl



35 S William St Dublin, Ireland

For his newest concept, Joe Macken teamed up with professional rugby player Jamie Heaslip and opened up Bear a steak joint known for serving


Chapter One 

18-19 Parnell Sq Dublin, Ireland

One of the best restaurants in Dublin, this Michelin-starred fine-dining establishment serves up modern Irish cuisine.


Coppinger Row 

Coppinger Row Dublin, Ireland

The cocktails served at this restaurant are made with care, and locals love the cozy, casual feel that comes along with them. Coppinger Row



19 Crane Lane Dublin, Ireland (01) 640 9719

Joe Macken other venture is based around grilled pizza. All the featured pizzas are named after the mothers of various staff members.


Slattery's Bar 

Capel St Dublin, Ireland

Tony and Paddy go to Slatterys Bar, one of only 7 remaining early houses -- pubs that open at 7 a.m. and serve booze alongside breakfast (or



35 South Great Georges St Dublin, Ireland (01) 677 5904

Tony visits Hogans, a place well recommended for a night out, if you can get in the door. Food is not an option here apart from the odd pret


Winding Stair 

40 Ormond Quay Lower Dublin, Ireland

The Winding Stair became a famous landmark in the 70s and a popular meeting place for writers, musicians and artists. The cafe kept the ambi


The Chop House 

2 Shelbourne Rd Dublin, Ireland (01) 660 2390

Tony heads to The Chop House for dinner “ a gastro-pub known for serving Michelin-star food in a pub atmosphere at reasonable prices.


Roma II 

27 Wexford Street Dublin, Ireland

The agreed-upon late-night food in Dublin after a heavy night of drinking is fish and chips. Romas is a chipper that is open until 5 a.m. an


Fallon and Byrne 

11-17 Exchequer St Dublin, Ireland (01) 472 1010

This is Dublins answer to New Yorks high-end delis but with Irish staples. Two restaurants compliment the deli, and between the both of them


The Gigs Place 

null Dublin, Ireland

Tourists recommend trying a full Irish breakfast when you visit Gigs Place, but locals say it is much better to try a skin full Irish breakf


The Long Hall 

S Great George's St Dublin, Ireland

Decked out in full Victorian splendor, this is one of the citys most beautiful and best-loved pubs.

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