Dublin + The East

Dublin + The East Travel Guide

Articles about Dublin + The East

By William Shaw
It's 8 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Rooftop Bar of Dublin’s Dean Hotel, a 52-room property set in an 18th-century Georgian building. But it feels like midnight on a Saturday. Groups of twenty- and thirtysomethings are eating pizzas topped with Parma...
By William Shaw
It's 8 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Rooftop Bar of Dublin’s Dean Hotel, a 52-room property set in an 18th-century Georgian building. But it feels like midnight on a Saturday. Groups of twenty- and thirtysomethings are eating pizzas topped with Parma...
By William Shaw
It's 8 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Rooftop Bar of Dublin’s Dean Hotel, a 52-room property set in an 18th-century Georgian building. But it feels like midnight on a Saturday. Groups of twenty- and thirtysomethings are eating pizzas topped with Parma...
By William Shaw
It's 8 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Rooftop Bar of Dublin’s Dean Hotel, a 52-room property set in an 18th-century Georgian building. But it feels like midnight on a Saturday. Groups of twenty- and thirtysomethings are eating pizzas topped with Parma...
By William Shaw
It's 8 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Rooftop Bar of Dublin’s Dean Hotel, a 52-room property set in an 18th-century Georgian building. But it feels like midnight on a Saturday. Groups of twenty- and thirtysomethings are eating pizzas topped with Parma...
By Erika Owen
Dublin has proposed a plan that would transform some of its most traffic-prone streets into car-free zones for pedestrians, cyclists, buses, and a new tram system. This change is planned to coincide with the construction of a new $420-million tram...

Hotels in Dublin + The East

Georgian estate with a full roster of activities, including golf, fly-fishing, and horseback riding.

Restaurants in Dublin + The East

Suffused with an understated attitude of perennial hipness, the Mermaid has been an oasis of cool since it opened in 1996. The space is bright, clean, and contemporary, and Gavin Pedersen’s menu—which falls somewhere along the culinary spectrum between Ireland and New England—follows suit.

Things to do in Dublin + The East

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Though Dublin’s better known for its pub culture than its nightclubs, this converted train station has been packing in crowds since the early 1990s.