09:00 20 Feb 2019

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Looking for some new Dublin restaurants to try?

We've compiled a list of some of the best places for you to try out.


Located just off Grafton Street, this brand new eatery is one of the fancier places on our list.

It features hearty family dishes, light bites and an unusual pizza menu. The desserts are also to die for.

Guests are able to see the chefs at work through the pass or watch dough being thrown at the Pizza Counter.

The restaurant has a lunch and dinner menu, also serving brunch at the weekend.


Mexican is a cuisine we'll always be on board with and this new Drury Street spot means we can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Juanitos has two menus: breakfast and daily.

Breakfast includes buttermilk pancakes, huevos rancheros and açaí bowls.

On the daily menu you'll find a tasty range of dishes including tacos, honey butter fried Cubanos and rotisserie chicken.

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Açai Bowl (V) Filled with #antioxidant #vitamins #minerals #fiber #proteins and #healthyfats. Looks amazing, doesn’t it? ✔️

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Rascals Brewery

This spot in Inchicore is so much more than a brewery. It also has a pizzeria and event space on offer.

The carefully curated pizza menu has unique flavours and a nod to Dublin place names.

Try the Blue Belle, Fungi The Dolphin's Barn or the Kilmainham Pale.

Although our personal favourite is the The Breakfast Of Champions.


Another arrival late last year, Dublin's newest Japanese restaurant has had people talking since it opened.

The twists on traditional Japanese cuisine and the wood and wrought iron interiors give Sisu a cool but casual vibe.

Another great spot for foodies to look through the windowed kitchen and watch as their sushi and ramen is being prepared.

Sisu has both a lunch and dinner option, with bento boxes also available.

Camden Bites & Brews

This venue already has a great brunch reputation and the terrace is going to be a hot spot in the summer months.

The intimate Camden Street eatery has a brunch, lunch and dinner menu, and pride themselves on their friendly staff.

Sandwiches and salads feature on the lunch menu, with lighter bites making up the evening menu.

The Dog House

Referring to themselves as Dublins' best kept secret, The Dog House Blues Tearoom definitely has something different to offer.

Just a stones throw away from Howth harbour, guests can get comfortable in the outdoor living room, complete with fireplace and even a bed.

They have an array of tea and coffee, with amazing desserts and an extensive pizza menu.

Best of all? It's dog friendly!


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Dockyard No. 8

Simple things done well is the motto of this Bray eatery.

The seaside location is evident in the menu with an array of fish starter and main options.

Also on the menu you'll find comforting dishes like burgers, steaks and risotto, and brunch classic such as eggs benedict and French toast.

Another dog friendly venue, pop in for brunch or lunch 7 days a week or for dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


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All those colours! #seafoodsalad #lunch #friday #greatfood

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