Our neighbourhood is packed with adorable boutique restaurants, charming Irish pubs and trendy nightclubs. Some of the spots you might want to visit.
Noshington is a firm favourite with GHR staff and Dublin 8 locals. It is quaint, city-style eatery offering teas, coffees, pastries and sumptuous main dishes at reasonable prices.
One of the city’s only Michelin Star restaurants is just a stone’s throw away. Bastible describes itself as a ‘contemporary neighbourhood bistro in Dublin 8’. They offer ‘simple & good food made using the best seasonal produce’. You can book your reservation below
The Headline Restaurant and Bar is one of the most noteworthy gastropubs in the area. The Headline boast that ‘All our dishes are prepared fresh everyday using only the best ingredients we can get our hands on.’ They’re noted for their wide selection of craft beers and ales and high-quality wings, burgers and assorted bar foods.
Directly opposite 75 The Headline is Leonard’s Corner is a salt-of-the-earth Irish pub. Tip in for a creamy pint of Guinness, one of their regular pub quizzes or to take in a local match on one of their corner screens.
Alma – meaning ‘soul’ in Spanish – is a charming coffee shop/café located a short stroll up the road. The proprietors hail from Argentina, and pride themselves on their ‘seasonal menu featuring local Irish produce with Argentinian flavours.
Copper Face Jacks bills itself as ‘Ireland’s Number 1 Night Club’. Coppers – as it’s colloquially known – boasts a reputation in Ireland which precedes itself. It’s well-known country-wide for its fantastic atmosphere and the shenanigans that occur within its walls. It is a must-visit for anyone joining us from outside Ireland. Its website points out even tech mogul Elon Musk has popped in for a dance. The club is just a fifteen-minute walk from campus.
The Camden describes itself as ‘Dublin’s premium sports bar and multipurpose venue.’ At Camden – just a fifteen-minute walk from us – you can enjoy classy cocktails, a private speakeasy, beer garden or even a private cinema. The Camden is home to the Five Lamps brewery, a popular Irish beer and stout producer.
It also caters for parties and events.
Fish and chips are the culinary soul of the city. If you’re stepping out for a local treat consider a traditional parcel-wrapped salt-and-vinegar soaked cod and chips from Leo Burdocks or Beshoffs. If you’re looking to widen your palate beyond fish and chips, 777, Pi, Bunsen, Chimac or Little Dumpling are all popular spots in the city.
Our complex is surrounded on all sides by noteworthy establishments. We’re right next to the National Stadium and two doors down from the Dublin Mosque. Dublin city centre is just a stone’s throw away. Here are some of the top attractions you might want to visit.