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5 Great Things to Do in Dublin

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Ireland's capital is cool and quirky with a booming tech sector and vital pub culture. Marie-Claire Sabogal, head concierge at the Merrion Hotel, shows us her favorite spots.
Best new restaurant: Delahunt
The food scene in Dublin has absolutely exploded. On Camden Street, Delahunt is a quintessentially Irish brasserie and bar that employs traditional slow-cooking techniques and farm-to-plate Irish produce. It was originally an apothecary, which have refurbished, and predinner cocktails are served at the original counter.
Courtesy of Barry McCall/Delahunt
Emerging neighborhood: Rathmines
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How to Have a Spectacular Day in Dublin

How to Have a Spectacular Day in Dublin

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We asked Marie-Claire Sabogal, head concierge at the Merrion Hotel, to plan us a special, singular day in Dublin:
After a leisurely breakfast in our Garden Room, you would take a gentle stroll through Georgian Dublin with a private guide.
From there you'd be whisked to the historic Croke Park stadium , home to Ireland's national games of hurling and Gaelic football. A private tour of the stadium would include a breathtaking sky walk across its roof, which offers unparalleled views of the city.
Lunch would follow at the Michelin-starred Chapter One , where chef-patron Ross Lewis and his...
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