The home of Jameson Irish whiskey and considered one of the finest attractions in Dublin. #beinthepicture
We took the drone up above the Point Square recently to capture an AirPano of Dublin’s docklands. We got a great shot of the area with the fog lingering over the River Liffey. The AirPano has information markers which show just how central the Point Village is for business and pleasure if you’re visiting Dublin.
Powerscourt Centre is a cultural and speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street. The house as it stands today is one of the finest 18th century town mansions in Dublin.
One of Europe’s most renowned coffee and tea emporiums, Bewley’s opened over 80 years ago in 1927.
Cakes, desserts, delicious soups, sandwiches, salads, pizzas and pastas, all freshly made to order and served in magnificent surroundings of mahogany, marble sculptures and stained glass.
Chameleon Restaurant is an intimate and ambient restaurant specialising in Rijst Tafel. The atmosphere is inviting & casual enough to slip off your shoes and settle into their now famous opium tables.
This restaurant serves simple, home-cooked and most importantly all Irish food in a little room overlooking the River Liffey. The Winding Stair Bookshop & Restaurant became a famous Dublin landmark in the 70’s and a popular meeting place for writers, musicians and artists. In an era of few venues it played host to dozens of readings & book launches.
Imagine a country house in Provence where you could get superb Gallic cooking en famille.
La Mère Zou, situated in a Georgian basement on the north side of the Green, specializes in Classic French Cuisine and opens seven nights a week.
Based in the heart of Temple Bar, the Boxty House serves unique Boxty dishes, coddles, stews, chowders and also a wide range of steaks and seafood. All served in the welcoming atmosphere of an Irish country kitchen.
One of the local’s best-kept secrets, Fallon & Byrne is a gourmet paradise spread over three floors in a heritage warehouse building. On the ground level, there’s a large New York-style food emporium which stocks the best the good earth has to offer, including wickedly scrumptious sandwiches and cakes and Dublin’s best coffee.
This Dublin Bar was once the main banking hall and is a temple to money power with its stained glass ceiling (which fills the room with natural light), mosaic tiled floors and beautiful hand-carved plasterwork.