LuluTheExplorer, Sioux Falls, USA, about 2 months ago
Any restaurants or pubs you recommend in Dublin? Something that is not expensive and is more authentic? We are a group of 5 adults and a 2 year old visiting for 3 nights the 1st week of June. Couldn't find hosts so if anyone wants to meet up let us know!
FX Buckley = expensive
Lots of places depending on what you are looking for.
Steak The lotts, 2x 10oz sirloins you cook on a stone and a bottle of wine only €30 sun-thurs €40 Fri , Sat and bank holidays,
Irish O'Neills on suffolk Street Carvery €10-13 but also amazing soups and sandwich bar.
Lunch time sandwiches and great teas and coffee Brick alley Cafe and Joy of Cha both in Temple Bar or wigwam on Middle Abbey Street, cheap breakfast and vast selection of sizes to suit everyone Anne's bakery on henry Street.
Healthy Options KC Peaches on Dame and a few other locations.
George and Ava , Playas de Vera, ESP, about 2 months ago
Oscars on Smithfield do some nice grub at a reasonable price.
Juan Pablo Perasso, Buenos Aires, ARG, about 2 months ago
Hi guys!!. We are three friends from Argentina and we will arrive on april 20th. I´ll be grateful if anybody can recommend us the best pub in dublin for locals these days (great music, beer and people). We are thinking about renting or buying a car to take a ride around Irland for about 10 days. Is better to buy or to rent one?. Thanks a lot and cheers!.
900 pubs in Dublin, take your pick, difficult as you will have lots of suggestions but what are you looking for. Cheap drink but very few Irish, probably a bit old for students bars. Then what kind of music do you like and depending on what nights you are here for.
Rent a car, you will have trouble getting compulsory insurance and it will cost way too much. Check out www.arguscarhire.ie for the best prices but remember that all rental only come with basic insurance and you will need to leave a €1200 deposit on your credit card unless you buy full insurance, do this at the rental agency, a little more expensive but less hassle if you have a problem. You can buy it from a 3rd party insurer but you will still need to leave the deposit and if you have a problem you then have to try and claim it back from your insurance company.
Frida Malm , Irlanda, IRL, about 2 months ago
If you're into alternative bars I would recommend Sweeney's or grogans.
Roisin O'Raghallaigh , Dublin, IRL, about 2 months ago
there are a lot of great bars in Dublin, a great traditional irish pub is the Cobblestone, other good pubs I'd recommend are sweeney's, the grand social, the porterhouse, doyles, cassidys, O'Reillys (for cheap drink but mainly students) Whelans (for music)
Daniela Waldorf, Mayen, DEU, about 2 months ago
Is there somebody who can help me to find a Job ?
Want to work in an Irish Pub from August till October , maybe.
Thank you all.
Amelia Avendano , London, GBR, about 2 months ago
There is a pub in Howth called findlaters, they may be looking for people :)
Derek Smart , Dublin, IRL, about 1 month ago
There is a pub called Oil Can Harry's that is usually looking for staff. It's off Lower Mount St. Just about 20 min walk from the city center. Might be worth a shot :)
There are 900 pubs in Dublin, when you arrive time to start walking the street and dropping of your CV.
I know a lot of people who have offered to work one shift for free to see if you are suitable, do you have the skills required for either Bar, waiting or glass collecting jobs that may be available. This is not suppose to happen without pay but is common and will give you the edge over other candidates.
tom harley, Buenos Aires, ARG, about 2 months ago
Im thinking about moving ... At least going back to Europe for some time.
So, i need some info but more important, info about neighborhoods to live.
Cheap and well-conected place...
Any info would be super
Thank you all!!!!
Tommy from Buenos Aires
Chris Kinsella , Lille, FRA, 29 days ago
Rathmines in D6 is a cool place to live. Or near Thomas Street in D8.
Cynthia_Dublin , Dublin, IRL, 21 days ago
Depends on your budget. D2, D4 and D 6 are considered to be very good areas, as little social houses.
But same time they can be even TWICE more expensive than other areas.
All depends what are you looking for. I lived in city centre, - which could be rough in some parts, but loved being in the centre of the city.
If I had a big buget I would stay in Dublin 2 (city centre) or Dublin 7.
Gabriel Noronha , Rathmines, IRL, about 2 months ago
Dublin's rent has been increasing steadily, in special South Dublin next to Luas because of the upcoming changes in the transporte system, and all the especulation.
However I really fell in love with D6-Dw6, From Terenure to Miltown things go more calm, and it's 15-20 max from City Centre by bicycle.
Henrike Wöhler, Burgwedel, DEU, about 2 months ago
My girlfriend and I will be in Dublin next week. But we need two bicycles for 2 or 3 days (1 day would okay, too) in the period of 12/07 till 15/07. We can't go to a rental-station because they requieres a credit card all time. So we would be the happiest people in the world, if someone could help us. Thank u very much! See u maybe :)
Steve Slusarski , Rathmines, IRL, about 2 months ago
Henrike, do you have a debit card or anything else? May be possible at the Dublin Bikes sharing stations or some local bike shops to rent bikes with that...
I have a few bikes, but think they're all being used at the moment, sorry
You can rent bikes from the tourist office on Bachelors Walk They take a €50 deposit and some form of Photo ID. You will need to be staying in a place where the bikes can be taken off the street over night. They have all new bikes and different styles.
Tell them Robbie sent you