Attitude Magazine takes a trip to Dublin this month to check out all the places to see and be seen in.
The Insiders Guide to Dublin with Adam Shanley
Situated on the same street as the iconic Panti Bar and OutHouse this independently run cafe is Adams favourite place in Dublin city for brunch. It is small friendly and chilled out. Menu is simple and to the point providing fresh homemade food in a relaxing environment.
Little Museum of Dublin
This little museum on St Stephen’s Green will take you through the city’s recent history. Expect a coulouful and candid celebration of pop culture , fashion, music, youth and lifestyle.
No trip to Dublin is complete without scouting out the local talent. Down in the basement of The Hub, on Eustace Street, you’ll find the beauts of the city packing out Sweatbox every Friday night. Local queer talent blast out house tunes that’ll keep you dancing way past your usual bedtime .
Concealed down Crane Lane, across from City Hall, this is the place to go for the tastiest pizza with the most unconventional toppings(hummus, carrot, lemon and cumin, anyone?) The uber-cool and friedly staff make you feel as if your’re grabbing food at a mates place while the DJ plays tunes. Get here on a Monday and you can enjoy two pizzas for the price of one, along with a starter for less than 20 euro.
A nice little tribute to our city with a few little gems, the one page in Attitude was too small to mention a lot of venues so check out the guide in Out Dublin for more venues.