7 Amazing Bars And Restaurants To Check Out This Weekend

Some old, some new, some blue

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Making plans but can't decide where to go, what to eat or drink?

Look no further. 

This lovely list below contains a variety of options. From casual to fancy, expensive to cheap –there's something for everyone. 

As long as you're hungry and thirsty...

1. Idlewilde

The bar you've never noticed but always yearned for, Idlewild on Fade Street is Dublin's best kept secret.

They describe themselves as 'a neighbourhood bar to suit everybody'. And we have to agree. 

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2. Charlotte Quay

We told you yesterday about the brand new Charlotte Quay in The Docklands. And the reviews so far have been shining.

If it's a drink and a bite with a view you're after then this is exactly the spot for just that. 

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3. The Rag Trader

This new spot is a fantastic addition to the city's bar scene. 

Whiskey lovers will feel right at home, with over 40 Irish brands on offer at the bar.

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4. Luna

If you've something to celebrate, or just feel like treatin' yourself then Luna is a totally special place to pay a visit. 

Refreshing staff, unreal food and a stunning venue. 

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5. Pickle

If you're looking for a tasty Indian feed then Pickle on Camden Street is the only place to check out.

They serve the most authentic, unique north Indian cuisine – and each dish is tastier than the last.

AND they serve some incredible pickle. 

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6. Beef and Lobster

This new spot is a foodie haven.

If you enjoy the finer things in life (beef and lobster) then you'll thoroughly enjoy this place. 

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7. Pallet Pizza

More pizza?! Yes. 

Sure, isn't that what weekends are for? 

This new pizzeria on Camden Street is ideal for getting your carb fix. 

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Bon appétit.

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Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovindublin.com

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