Kellys Hotel

Kellys Hotel Dublin is a unique boutique hotel located in the Creative & Entertainment quarter at the heart of Dublin's City Center. A great place to base yourself with Hogan's bar just underneath and foodie hot spot l'Gueleton also under the hotel, its probably one of the most fun corners in Dublin city! { visit website }

Two Rooms in Dublin

B&Bs are not for everyone but we're liking "Two Rooms in Dublin", a small boutique B&B in Dublin city centre. The B&B is run by two blokes and a dog named Fred. They love their food (like us in Rothco!) and claim to treat their guests as they like to be treated when they travel! { visit website }

The Dylan Hotel

A neighbor of ours in Dublin 2. Visit the Dylan for some fancy pants dinner and drinks. Great atmosphere and lovely interior makes an evening spent here feel that little bit more special. { visit website }

Fitzwilliam Hotel

That little bit more traditional than our other favorite hotels but it's location nails it! Just at the top of Grafton Street, the cities main shopping street, the Fitzwilliam Hotel is also home to "Thorntons" one of Dublin's finest restaurants. { visit website }

Rigbys Deli

No menu - you eat what the chef tells you! -Always great food though and BYOB! Follow Rigby on twitter @rigbysdeli to hear all about his specials
and to make reservations. { visit facebook page }

Fallon & Byrne

Gastronomic all rounder, with food hall, restaurant and wine cellar all under one roof. Great for a proper sit down meal but also a great spot for an intimate glass of wine and cheeseboard. { visit website }


Drawing on the bold flavors and vibrant colors of Mexico City, 777 provides an energetic atmosphere with creative, accessible cuisine in the heart of Dublin. It also features Dublin's largest premium tequila selection of 100% blue agave tequila as well as a host of innovative specialty cocktails. YAY! { visit website }

The Butcher's Grill

Our Agency Producers fave!!! A meat-eaters paradise. Excellent food, (try the 24oz CôteDeBoeuf w/ smokey beans & sage onion rings for two people), great service from staff who know their meat and a small dining area that adds to the relaxed but warm atmosphere. { visit website }

The Winding Stair

Bookshop downstairs, beautiful restaurant upstairs. The food is good, old-fashioned home cooking, with produce sourced from artisans within the island. The beer list focuses on local and international micro breweries with an emphasis on good, food-matched beers and ales. The wine list is extensive and also aims to showcase some of the new and emerging stellar boutique wine makers from the new and old worlds. { visit website }

The Bernard Shaw

Good Music, Art, Rocking Crowd, bring back the car boot sale!
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If it’s a Friday after work, you might catch a few Rothconians in the snug - come over & say hi.  { visit website }


Craving some sushi & karoke? Look no further... the playlist caters to 6 languages. { visit website }

The Long Hall

A proper old-school Dublin pub experience. { visit website }

Peter's Pub

A pint, a nice toastie & a snug, bliss. { visit website }

The Lovinspoon

Possibly the best fry-up in Dublin. Artwork by local artists adorn the walls in this funky cafe & somehow make you feel that bit less guilty. { visit website }

IMMA Gallery & Gardens

Great way to spend the day, contemporary exhibition, followed by a walk in the gardens, finished off by a coffee and cake in the cafe. { visit website }

Iveagh Gardens

A high walled getaway hidden in the city centre, with a waterfall! { visit website }

Cake Cafe

The quaintest, sweetest café, they offer hot water bottles outside on cold days! Great wholesome food. { visit website }