Order a classic fish and chips or take a lobster shrimp roll to the pier wall or Oliveto’s Instagram Worthy Garden Terrace and enjoy the stunning surroundings on offer in Dun Laoghaire.Dine in Dun Laoghaire
Home to Ireland's oldest family owned merchant of fine wines and spirits. Enjoy some craft beers and fresh seafood.
A dedicated bakery producing fine breads and delicious cakes, a deli counter to die and the freshest seafood you'll ever taste are all under the one roof and surrounded
by top class and wine shops.
You won't go hungry during your visit to the charming village of Dalkey. Follow the waft of hot scone and freshly brewed coffee or take a seat in the outdoor terrace of Corner Note. On cold days, warm up by the fire, while on summer evenings, sit outside and soak up the sun.ch in history and culture,Explore the taste of Dalkey
When it comes to top quality food and stunning, curated items to that are just too beautiful to leave behind, Blackrock village has got it going on.Explore Blackrock
Monkstown Village has a diverse range of cafés and restaurants, offering everything you need for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Eating in Monkstown is an experience that caters to all tastes.
Delicious BBQ style takeaways and coffee to die for. Experience Dundrum to it's fullest.Explore the taste of Dundrum
Experience the delicious eateries of Stepaside & Sandyford. Home to Ireland's awards winning sushi restaurant.Explore Stapaside & Sandyford
Shankill is a stunning suburban village in south-east Dublin, near the Wicklow border. The village is well known for its tourist attractions and famous pub, Brady’s of Shankill. Easily accessible from Dublin City, it is easy to spend a day exploring and enjoying all Shankill has to offer.One of the highest villages in Ireland and set amongst the backdrop of the Dublin Mountains, Glencullen is just waiting to be explored and enjoyed. Sitting south inside the capital county of Dublin, but the hustle and bustle of Dublin City seems a lifetime away.view itinerary