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Mulberry Garden

Mulberry Lane, Donnybrook, Dublin 04

webmulberrygarden.ie phone+353 1 269 3300

Mulberry Garden is hidden down Mulberry Lane in Donnybrook. It is situated in the grounds of an old cottage dating from 1911. It is open 3 nights a week, every Thursday to Saturday from 6pm. It offers a 3 course set menu based around seasonal produce grown on the island of Ireland . So chefs are fervent about using Irish ingredients. Every other week they bring you a different menu using only ingredients that are in season. It has two cosy bar areas and a heated garden, so it's always a good idea to come along early and enjoy a cocktail before dinner.

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Brazen Head pub

20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8

webbrazenhead.com phone+353 1 677 9549

Dating back to 1198, the Brazen Head is officially Ireland's oldest pub. It is located near Guiness brewery and Christchurch Cathedral. It is worth a visit for both its historical value and reputation as one of Dublin's best Irish music venues. The Brazen Head has a well-deserved reputation for fine food, serving both traditional and contemporary dishes. The most famous dish is a traditional stews of beef, Guinness and Irish stew. These hearty dishes combine all the ingredients in one bowl. Seafood lovers can have a variety of delicious seafood dishes including steamed Irish mussels, smoked salmon, and melt-in-the-mouth fresh cod encased in very special beer batter.

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Chapter One

18-19 Parnell Sq., Dublin D01 T3V8

webchapteronerestaurant.com phone+353 1 873 2266

You really need to book this Michelin star restaurant well ahead, three weeks in advance for a Saturday night normally are not enough. What a great place, the food is exceptional, the staff are brilliant, humorous, and courteous. The food is exceptional and the wine cellar is extensive to say the least. Not the cheapest joint in town, most likely the most expensive, but an exceptional meal. You get what you pay for.

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Pearl Brasserie - Irish & French cuisine

20 Merrion Street Upper, Dublin D02 XH98

webpearl-brasserie.com phone+353 1 661 3572

Great classic restaurant with extensive Irish and French menu and fine wine list. Fantastic location beside the Merrion Hotel. A wine lovers haven and great wine waiter . Expensive but worth it. Awarded Chef of the Year 2017 in the Georgina Campbell Awards.

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I Monelli - Italian restaurant

1-2 Portobello Road, Dublin D08 E0C0

webimonelli.ie phone+353 1 454 6057

The place is not located centrally , probably taxi could help, but if you like to have italian good food and a very good selection of wines, this is the place in Dublin. Excellent quality of food and tastes, staff very kind and open to the customers.The menu varies from fish to meat, including pasta (homemade,too) and risotto. Good wine and prosecco as well.

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The Vintage Kitchen

No 7 Poolbeg Street, Dublin

webthevintagekitchen.ie phone+353 1 679 8705

The place is in a non-descript location out of the main tourist area. Service is non-pretentious, what you would expect in a good (perfectly run) neighborhood restaurant. This is one of those restaurants that will leave you wanting to return instantly. The best part is that this restaurant isn't just great food, it has casual, yet attentive service as well.

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