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Best things to do in Dartry

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Pub
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“Traditional downstairs pub with large screen TVs and contemporary upstairs Irish restaurant.”
18local recommendations
Park
“10 minutrs or less in car from house Small but lovely Near villages Rathmines and Rathgar - lovely villages Great childrens playground”
7local recommendations
Restaurant
“This is a great place for breakfast. I would recommend the smoothies or the fruit/ berry scones.”
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Cafe
“Bijou Restaurant Located in the heart of Rathgar village, Bijou is a bistro in art deco style with an outside terrace perfect to enjoy a drink & relax. We source local & fresh products to serve what are now signature dishes. Our style is relaxed, open and friendly. Come for everyday’s lunch, weekend brunch, our famous 3 course evening meal or anything in between!”
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Restaurant
“French dining to a high standard. For a good night out with quality food, this is a great option.”
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Route
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Bar
“Craft beers, good music and lively but never too packed make this a great spot for a few drinks if you don't want to venture too far.”
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Establishment
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Street Address
“Good local pub in Rathgar Village. Artisanal beer is the main focus of this pub which also serves good quality food (no late than 9PM).”
4local recommendations
Establishment
“The Bottler’s Bank aka The Bottler’s is a warm, friendly and classically decorated pub in the heart of Rathgar, opposite the Bank of Ireland. The snug on your right-hand-side as you walk in is the best spot in the pub and it would comfortably fit eight people. There is a large, well-decorated, covered smoking area, which has two big screens for all the sport you wish to watch (usually rugby). The staff are personable, efficient and they pull a great pint of Guiness. There are some craft beers and a good selection of whiskeys and gins also. If you’re hungry you can order a pizza from the artisan pizza and craft beer restaurant, The Revolution, next door and you can enjoy it with your pints,’a”
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Establishment
“This shop has eberything that is fresh and organic from fruit and vegatable, wineand cheese an amazing selection”
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Bar
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Restaurant
“The Revolution is an artisan pizza and craft beer restaurant. Their pizzas are really good, quite close to a pizza you might get in Italy. I’d recommend the Basil Faulty but I’ve tried quite a few and all have been superb. They have a wide range of craft beers and the staff are well versed on the different tastes of each beer. There is limited seating space so do book early.”
2local recommendations
Restaurant
“Family run Italian restaurant. Fantastic food + superb views of swans on the canal from upstairs tables. Favourites so far: The canneloni and the coffee.”
4local recommendations
Grocery or Supermarket
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Park
1local recommendations