Having a great coffee and a pastry while watching Parks and Recreation in bed. Perfection.
Probably Noshington on the South Circular road. I can walk to it and they do an amazing breakfast and brunch menu.
Can I say Noshington again? They do a mean cappuccino. Or the Thursday Café.
Usually grab the bus into town and end up in Starbucks. Decent Wi-Fi, plugs and comfy chairs.
Takara on Abbey Street. Great Japanese food and really reasonably priced.
The Phoenix Park. You can go deer watching, or wander around Farmleigh House and gardens, all for free.
The beauty hall in Arnotts or Brown Thomas. I can’t help myself.
Kilmainham Goal. Not so much hidden, but it’s off the typical city centre beaten track. I grew up going to it all the time as a kid. I never tire of the history and learning about what took place there.
Yamamori on Ormond Quay. I never realised how much I choose Japanese food. Monty’s of Kathmandu is another amazing spot.
Our favourite spot The Headline bar, maybe Underdog (under Brogan’s for a couple), and then P. Mac’s.
My days boogying in a nightclub are long gone, but if I fancy a little bop, we would probably head to Whelan’s or Anseo. They are more bars with loud decent music.
Zaytoon 100%. Best ‘fancy’ kebab in the city.
All there is to do here in Dublin. It’s small so it’s easy to navigate, but there is endless places to go and things to see.
An Airbnb for sure. It’s nice to experience a city at your own pace and live as the natives do…kinda sorta.