Dublin + The East
Dublin + The East Travel Guide
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Hotels in Dublin + The East
Located on the coast of Portmarnock, also known as the Velvet Strand, this hotel was originally built in 1847 as a private mansion for the Jameson Whiskey family.
Restaurants in Dublin + The East
The Irish comfort food at Roly’s is served in a dining room with yellow-painted walls, white linen-covered tables, and maroon banquettes. Located directly above its bakery and all-day café, which serves coffee and homemade pastries, it has been open since 1992.
Things to do in Dublin + The East
Also known as the Dublin City Gallery, this delightful and manageable contemporary art gallery is arguably the city’s finest art space. The selection of work by 20th-century Irish artists is strong (including pieces by Sir John Lavery, Jack B.