5 Shit Hot New Dublin Venues You Should Be Checking Out This Weekend

Have you ticked any off your list yet?

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It feels like there is a new café, restaurant or bar opening every day in this city, and some weeks that's literally the case. 

We like to give places a few weeks or months to get into their stride before reviewing them, but we also want to make sure you know about all the latest openings. 

So without further ado, here are five brand new places you need to add to your list...

1. 1837 Restaurant @ The Guinness Storehouse 

The home of Guinness is one of the busiest tourist attractions in the country and now they've added a wonderful restaurant that will suit both locals and visitors. Big wholesome food with lots of opportunity to drink beer. What more could you possibly want?

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2. The New 3fe 

Good things come to those who wait and with the original spot getting busier by the day, it was time for one of our favourite coffee dispensers to get another location. The new spot is just down the canal at Sussex Terrace. More of a focus on coffee here with no food.

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3. Forrest And Marcy 

From the wonderful people behind Forrest Avenue, their second offering focuses on great dishes with awesome wines. Less formal that the big brother around the corner and a wonderful place to unwind.

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4. Pickle 

A new Indian restaurant that has classy dishes and wonderful cooking on the south end of Camden Street. It's been open for two months now, so time to get in and give them a spin if you're a curry lover.

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5. Laine, My Love 

A new coffee shop with great tasty food has opened on Talbot Street. Owned by the people behind Roasted Brown, it's the real deal and in an area that badly needs more great cafés and restaurants. 

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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