Dublin needs no introduction! Nicole and I liked Ireland's capital way more than we thought we would. Such a fun place filled with character.
Dublin's new distiller on the block. We chatted with a friendly older couple as we were waiting for tour to begin. He handed me his business card and it turned out to be Mr. and Mrs. Teeling themselves whose children operate the distillery.
4. Temple Bar Area
This is hands down the most popular and touristy area in Dublin. But sometimes those spots can be tons of fun. It was for me! Nicole wasn't feeling well one night so her sister and I hit this area. Spending a night bar hopping and singing songs with the other tourists and locals is one of my favorite Dublin memories.
For breakfast or brunch, Queen of Tarts can't be beat. Nicole loves this place. Come hungry. We loved the English Breakfast and the bacon and potato cakes.
The Brazen Head is Dublin's oldest pub (dating back to 1198). If you love pubs, the Brazen Head is your kind of place. Pints, pies, the whole nine yards.
Quaint little (like four tables little) wine bar with soft lighting and a decent wine list. Perfect for a girls night (Nicole and her sister hit this place together) or a romantic evening with your special someone.
Great food in a more upscale setting, but not pretentious. They also brew beer, grow vegetables, and roast coffee at this place.
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Last visited: January 2016
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