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Powerscourt Centre

Powerscourt Centre (59 South William Street, Dublin) – this shopping center, located just off Dublin’s Grafton Street and occupying a space that was once the home of Lord Powerscourt (built in 1771), has over 40 shops and restaurants. Housed in a stunning Georgian building, retailers range from apparel stores like All Saints, French Connection, and […]

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Mill Centre

Mill Centre (Clondalkin Village, Dublin 22) – this is Ireland’s oldest shopping centre, located in the heart of Dublin city center. Less than 5 minutes walk from Grafton Street and Temple Bar, in this enclosed Victorian market you can enjoy boutique shops and stalls ranging from trendy clothing, jewelry, funky music, collectable items, souvenirs and […]

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Jervis Shopping Centre

Jervis Shopping Centre (125 Abbey Street Upper, Dublin 1) — Jervis Shopping Centre is strategically located on Dublin’s busiest shopping thoroughfare Henry/Mary Street. The development is also in close proximity to Temple Bar and O’Connell Street. Since 1996 Jervis Shopping Centre has established itself as Dublin’s most successful and vibrant shopping environment. Its tenant line-up […]

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Ilac Centre

Ilac Centre (Henry Street, Northside, Dublin 1) — The Ilac Centre opened in 1981 and was the first shopping center in downtown Dublin. The center has undergone a €60m refurbishment in recent years and has been transformed into a bright and airy shopping venue all on one floor. Home to over 80 stores, the centre […]

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Dundrum Town Centre

Dundrum Town Centre (Sandyford Road, Dundrum 16) — located 5 km south of downtown Dublin, this shopping center has 100 shops (both exclusive and high street stores). Retailers there include Harvey Nichols, Hamleys, Hollister, Massimo Dutti, and the House of Fraser department store. Along with those retailers, there are over 40 restaurants and coffee shops […]

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XX1 Twenty One Club

XX1 Twenty One Club (21 D’Olier Street, Dublin 2) – this is a sophisticated Mediterranean-themed club and lounge which is a great place to visit if you’re looking for a fun night on the town.

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The Wright Venue

The Wright Venue (South Quarter Airside Business Park Swords, Co. Dublin) — a playground of entertainment, The Wright Venue has been designed to cater for every taste and will not disappoint. Presenting three floors of world-class design, ingenious imagination and intoxicating sound. A night-time experience unprecedented in Ireland, The Wright Venue is the epitome of […]

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The Sugar Club

The Sugar Club (8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2) – this is a live music venue, which regularly books a variety of acts – from rock, to hip hop (like Pharcyde and Dead Prez) and dance music (like 80s Chicago House act Farley “Jackmaster” Funk). On occasion, major rugby matches are shown at this venue’s […]

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The Church

The Church (Junction of Mary & Jervis Streets, Dublin 1) – well-rated on TripAdvisor.com, this bar was actually a church at one time (the former St. Mary’s Church of Ireland). Built at the beginning of the 18th century, it boasts many outstanding features, such as the Renatus Harris built organ and spectacular stained glass window. […]

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The Button Factory

The Button Factory (Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2) – this is a live music venue at the refurbished Temple Bar Music Centre. A new layout, larger capacity, and state of the art sound and lighting make The Button Factory a worthy nightspot for both locals and visitors. A variety of live acts appear here […]