Wine and Dine
Remarkable Refreshment In The Heart Of Ireland’s Capital
Dublin is filled with a huge variety of pubs and restaurants with many cuisines to choose from. Whether you’re looking for the perfect spot for a romantic meal, a relaxing pint or some delicious pub grub, we have you covered! At Number 31, you’ve got the very best of Dublin right on your doorstep. The pubs are restaurants below are highly recommended by our staff and are always a favourite for our guests.
Despite changing tastes and fashions, Dublin’s timeless pubs survive much as they’ve always been. The refuge of writers and poets such as Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh, Flann O’Brien, Brendan Kenneally and many others, the city’s countless pubs welcome everyone. Too numerous to name all, you can find more details about some of the most well-known here:
All are within an easy walk of Number 31 and you’ll find many others nearby which offer an equally warm welcome.
The quantity and quality of Dublin’s restaurants has rocketed in recent years. Happily, this means the city is awash with establishments we can recommend without hesitation. However, with so many great options it’s sometimes difficult to get a table at the city’s most popular restaurants. So, we recommend that you book ahead before you arrive, if at all possible. Rest assured, we’ll be happy to steer you towards our personal favourites if you ask at any time during your stay.
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