The Perfect Way To Spend Your Day In Dublin

Looking for things to do in Dublin when you get here to our lovely city? Check out our ultimate guide to the best day out and find some hidden gems around Dublin. 



Pop into this independently owned café for your morning coffee and you won’t be disappointed and they also do amazing matcha latte’s for anyone wanting to cut the caffeine!


31 Drury St, Dublin 2

Shopping - Lululemon and Brown Thomas


Lululemon’s designs are created by athletes for athletes focusing on feel, fit, function, fabric and technical performance. Innovation, quality and craftsmanship are intentionally woven throughout every product whether it is for yoga, running or training.

With a fresh take on colour, each of the carefully designed pieces feature superior breathability with sweat-wicking functions, a comfortable next-to-nothing feel and are made from an innovative four-way stretch fabric that's cool to the touch, fits like a second skin and holds its shape wear after wear.

Brown Thomas, Grafton St, Dublin 2


Dry & Fly

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Drop into us before or after your day in town to give your hair some TLC.

Take a break from the busy city as you enjoy a glass of Pink Prosecco or GnT. Let our stylists do the hard work and transform your hair to exactly how you want it and let you leave feeling and looking amazing while they also provide expert consultancy on how to maintain perfect, healthy and beautiful hair.

15 Wicklow St, Dublin 2

16 Merrion Row, Dublin 2


Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner - The Ivy


One of the world’s most famous restaurants, The Ivy Collection has come to Dublin and we are delighted! They opened only 5 minutes away in the heart of Dublin at One Molesworth, Dawson Street.

The Ivy Dawson Street brings a touch of Ivy magic to Ireland, offering effortless glamour and a varied mix of classics and locally inspired dishes including Dublin Bay prawns and Dungarvan oysters. With 200 seats and a beautiful private dining room, The Ivy Dawson Street caters for every occasion from breakfast and weekend brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and beyond, with a beautiful bar serving cocktails and drinks until late. Open seven days a week from dawn until dusk, the brasserie is accessible to all, welcoming local residents, businesses and visitors alike.

13 - 17 Dawson St, Dublin 2


Evening Time - Sophies, The Dean Hotel


There’s nowhere better to begin your evening out at then cocktails and/or dinner at Sophies. This is one of the most popular places for our clients to go on after they leave us for an evening out.

Sophie’s is a beautiful and modern glasshouse restaurant, boasting stunning 360 degree views of Dublin, from cityscape to countryside, it has an outlook like no other – Dublin’s weather is their wallpaper!


33 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2

Enjoy x

Lifestyleandrew o neill