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Surprising Dublin

Despite the trying economic times, Dublin's bustling streets reveal thriving artists, novelists, cooks, and assorted raconteurs.

Dublin Gets a Makeover

You may think you do, but Dublin is no longer simply mahogany, brass, and a good pint of stout—it's also martinis, hip fashion,and cutting-edge design....

The Ryder Cup in Dublin

All of Ireland is turning out for the party at the K Club otherwise known as the 2006 Ryder Cup Matches

New Irish Cuisine

Forget fusion, French, and Filipino. It's all on offer in Dublin, but the best food in town is Irish through and through

T+L Reports: Dublin's New Neighborhood

Dubliners have traditionally considered their city's inner north side insalubrious—and best avoided. A host of just-opened bars and clubs, however, have recently transformed the gritty...

19th Hole: Summer of the Sour

I know an Australian globe-trotting type who skis in Chamonix, lives in England and says he has been served only one "really great" martini all...

Just Back: Blair Brown From Dublin

from Dublinactress Blair Brown

Affordable European Hotels

25 stylish European hotels for $150 (more or less)

Rebuilding Belfast

In a city scarred by the Troubles, the next generation is sweeping away the rubble and staying out all night

A Bite of Fresh Eire

Three chefs are transforming Dublin's restaurant scene
HOTELS

Number 25

If you’d rather feel like a local than a visitor, this self-catered Georgian townhouse on a Temple Bar side street may be just the ticket. The 1720s-era building has been lovingly refurbished,... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Mermaid Café, Dublin

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... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Olympia Theatre

This Victorian gem with its ornate molding and red velvet boxes is a Dublin institution, hosting a rotating schedule of stand-up comedy, big-name rock gigs, and popular theater. Among the A-list acts... more ›


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