The Very Best Local Restaurants in Dublin

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Dublin locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Bang Bang – Cute cafe named after a Dublin legend

Bang Bang – Cute cafe named after a Dublin legend

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“Bang Bang” Dublin is the sweetest and most original cafe I’ve stumbled upon in a while. You could bring your granny here, but also your hipster friend…

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Big Blue Bus – Pizza on a doubledecker

Big Blue Bus – Pizza on a doubledecker

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The “Big Blue Bus” is in the hipster paradise that is The Bernard Shaw in Dublin. I love their pizza, it’s not just that I can eat it in a doubledecker!

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Cleaver East – Great food and drinks in Temple Bar

Cleaver East – Great food and drinks in Temple Bar

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“Cleaver East” Dublin is a hidden gem located in Temple Bar. This bar is known for its food booth and its unique version of Afternoon Tea. I recommend it!

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Cotto – Stoneybatter triple threat!

Cotto – Stoneybatter triple threat!

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“Cotto” Dublin is a welcome addition to the Stoneybatter food scene, and is something of a triple threat: excellent brunch, coffee, pizzas…

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Cowtown Cafe – Reinventing the greasy spoon

Cowtown Cafe – Reinventing the greasy spoon

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“Cowtown Cafe” Dublin has brought the charm of the traditional ‘greasy spoon’ to Stoneybatter. I’d file the menu under: Things An Irish Mammy Would Make…

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