Second Dohenny & Nesbitts. And the taking of lots of money. For restaurants, try The Winding Stair, north side of the Liffey by Ha’Penny Bridge, L’Gueuleton near South Gt Georges Street (French), or a cheap(ish) French restaurant, Chez Max, by the castle. A new restaurant, Shebeen Chic was doing 10 euro lunch deals last year. And if you want to see what happens to Europe’s biggest building projects when the money runs out, go down to the Docklands. The Grand Canal Theatre at least has been finished.
Don’t forget to loiter around at the top of the Guinness storehouse. Amazing how many people get their perfect free pint, take one sip and declare “Oh no, I can’t drink that!”. Step up the practised minesweeper. Managed to have about 8 freebies up there before my wife called me from the shop to say she was ready. Don’t remember the rest of the day much….
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