Where to eat in Dublin One
Thinking of where to eat in Dublin One? The one problem you’re going to have is choosing where!
In the heart of Dublin’s City Centre, the Dublin One district spans from O’Connell Street to Capel Street and from Parnell Street to the Liffey Street Lower. This is an area steeped in history that has helped to shape the country. It is now one of the leading shopping districts within the Capital. With shopping comes the need for fuel and this district isn’t short of that!
Here’s our guide to eating in DublinOne:
Whether you’re in the mood for pasta, a spicy burrito or a curry – Dublin One has more than it’s share of international food offerings. Here are some of the restaurants in the district that are bringing the world’s menu to Dublin.
- Il Fornaio – Liffey St Lower
- Istanbel – Liffey St Lower
- Thai Jasmine – Liffey St Lower
- Fujiyama – O’Connell Street Upper
- Kingfisher Restaurant – Parnell St
- Ten Thousand World Buffet – O’Connell St Upper
- Madina Desi Curry – Mary Street
- Kokoro – Liffey St Lower
Sitting down to a meal for lunch or dinner is a treat for people who are exploring the city. Restaurants in this district have some very interesting locations from a former Church to a view of the River Liffey, no matter what restaurant you go to here there is a bit of history in all of them.
- The Woollen Mills – Liffey Street Lower
- The Church – Mary Street
- Flanagans restaurant – O’Connell Street Upper
- Ann’s Bakery – Mary St and Moore St
- Baxter and Greene – Dunnes Stores, Henry St
Fast Food/Food Chains:
These establishments have become household names and can be found in almost every district in capital including Dublin One . Food made fast for your convience can be anything from a plain burger, a pizza with all the toppings or just very filling bagel.
- Subway – O’Connell Street Lower
- Bagel Bar – Liffey St Lower
- KFC – Parnell Street
- McDonalds – O’Connell Street, Mary Street and Ilac Centre
- Supermacs – O’Connell Street Lower
- Burger King – O’Connell Street
- Eddie Rockets – O’Connell Street Lower and Parnell St
- Beshoff – O’Connell Street
- Nandos – Mary Street
There is no shortage of public houses in the capital and over the years they have become a haven for food as well as beverages. No matter what street you will find yourself on you are bound to find a pub with some very tasty grub waiting to be sampled.
- Madigan’s – O’Connell Street Lower
- Murray’s – O’Connell Street Upper
- Gin Palace – Middle Abbey Street
- The Grand Social – O’Connell St
- The Lotts Bar Cafe – Liffey Street Lower
- The Oval – Middle Abbey Street
- Adelphi – Middle Abbey Street
The world of coffee has grown in popularity in recent years and there’s nothing like sitting down for a catch up while you re-energise for the day ahead. Coffee shops and cafes are awash with not only variety in teas and coffees but also delicious snacks for you to enjoy and indulge.
- Insomnia – Liffey Street Upper
- Butlers Cafe – Henry Street
- Starbucks – O’Connell Street Lower
- Wigwam – Middle Abbey Street
- The Tram Cafe – Wolfe Tone Square
- Vice in Wigwam
For the sweet tooth:
Walking around can build up an appetite and this can often mean a quick sugar rush. Ice-cream, crepes, chocolate, donuts or cookies are always a delight to have walking between streets and when its a hot summer’s day it makes your day that even more special.
- Ginos – Henry Street
- The Rolling Donut – O’Connell Street Upper
- The Celtic Cafe – Middle Abbey Street
If you weren’t hungry before you read this you’re bound to be now – so happy eating! Capel Street is also part of the Dublin One district and has it’s own foodie offering. Click here to find out more.