36 Hours in Dublin

Anthony Bourdain finds that Dublin’s food scene is keeping up with its famed drinking scene. From sweetbreads and lamb to a home-cooked bowl of pork stew, Tony covers all of what Dublin does best in a few ...

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Mulligan's

This brilliant, old boozer was established in 1782 and has barely changed over the years. It has one of the finest pints of Guinness in Dublin and a colorful crew of regulars.

8 Poolbeg St
Dublin, Ireland

 
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O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel

A great location close to Trinity College, this hotel is located in Merrion Hall, built in 1863 for the Plymouth Brethren religious group. From the outside, it looks like a fine Georgian townhouse, even though it was originally a church.

Lower Merrion St
Dublin 2, Ireland

 
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The Palace Bar

The Palace Bar is known for being unspoiled and unperturbed by the passage of time, providing a very important bridge between the 19th-century Victorian pub and Dublin’s great traditions of literary hostelries.

21 Fleet St
Dublin, Ireland

 
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Roma II

The agreed-upon late-night food in Dublin after a heavy night of drinking is fish and chips. Roma’s is a "chipper" that is open until 5 a.m. and caters to hungry locals looking for a fix.

28 Wexford St
Dublin 2

 
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Skinflint

Joe Macken’s other venture is based around grilled pizza. All the featured pizzas are named after the mothers of various staff members.

19 Crane Ln
Dublin, Ireland

 
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Slattery's Bar

Tony and Paddy go to Slattery’s Bar, one of only 7 remaining “early houses" -- pubs that open at 7 a.m. and serve booze alongside breakfast (or dinner, in the case of the night owls).

129 Capel St
Dublin 1, Ireland

 
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Winding Stair

The Winding Stair became a famous landmark in the 70s and a popular meeting place for writers, musicians and artists. The cafe kept the ambiance of the building and serves up simple, high-quality, organic Irish cooking with an extensive wine list.

40 Lower Ormond Quay
Dublin, Ireland

 

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