Murphy's Dublin – Handmade Irish ice cream

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"Murphy's" Dublin is a local ice cream shop with unique Irish flavours! My favourite would have to be Brown Bread or Raspberry Sorbet, but there are over...

Brown Bread, Sea Salt, Irish Coffee - these are not your typical ice cream flavours but they are not to be missed at Murphy’s! My favourite flavour would have to be Brown Bread or Raspberry Sorbet but with over 10 flavours, there is something for everyone. 

Located just off Dublin’s Grafton Street, Murphy’s is a family run business with 4 shops in the country so if you do not make it to the parlour in Dublin, then there are a few other locations on the island of Ireland.

The staff are really friendly and there are opportunities to try the different ice creams in store. If you are a huge fan (like me!), it is also possible to buy the full size tubs of ice cream!

It is more expensive than a regular ice cream but when it is made from the freshest and most natural ingredients, it is exactly what is needed to brighten a rainy day!

About this spot

27 Wicklow Street

12:00 - 22:00 daily

Small:

4.50

+353

860310726

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