Your Insider Guide To Dublin Now June 2014 - Page 2
Your Dublin Now guide
Listed from left to right as
appearing on the map.
Sampling the local specialities, milling around as-yet undiscovered
neighbourhoods, and chatting with the locals, this map is a guide to Dublin now.
Right now. Leave your preconceptions at the airport, because this map is bursting
with local recommendations for what to eat (a lot!), what to drink (coffee!),
and what to do (it’s called culture, baby!). Get lost in this map, and find yourself
somewhere you never knew existed…
THE NEW THEATRE S2
43 Essex Street East, Dublin 2.
THE MERCANTILE D4
28 Dame Street, Dublin 2.
PROJECT ARTS CENTRE S3 39 East Essex
Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
EXCHEQUER BAR D5
3-5 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.
DUBLIN FLEA M1 (last Sunday of every
month) The Co-Op, 12 Newmarket,
IRISH FILM INSTITUTE (IFI) S4
6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2.
P. MACS D6
28 Lower Stephen Street, Dublin 2.
TEMPLE BAR FOOD MARKET M2 (every
Saturday) Meeting House Square, Temple
Bar, Dublin 2.
THE GATE S5 Cavendish Row, Dublin 1.
THEATRE UPSTAIRS S6 at Lanigan’s Bar,
10-11 Eden Quay Dublin 1.
THE STAG’S HEAD D7
1 Dame Court, Dublin 2.
Ancient Rome had its forum, and Dublin
has its markets. No togas, just barter,
banter, and bargains.
HA’PENNY FLEA M3 (every Saturday) The
Grand Social, 35 Lower Liffey Street,
MERCHANT’S MARKET M4 (every Saturday
and Sunday) East Wall Road, Dublin 1.
IRISH VILLAGE MARKET M5 (every Friday)
Mespil Road/Grand Canal, Dublin 2.
If you have an appetite for independent
stores with thoughtfully curated stock
you’ll be in your element perusing these
GUTTER BOOKSHOP S1 (bookshop),
Cow’s Lane, Dublin 8.
INDIGO & CLOTH S2 (men’s fashion), 9
Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
SIOPAELLA S3 (men’s and women’s
8 Crow Street, Dublin 2.
ALL CITY RECORDS S4 (record store),
4 Crow Street, Dublin 2.
POWERSCOURT SHOPPING CENTRE S5
(retail), Powerscourt Ce