Hotspot: Georges Street – Dublin

Dublin’s Georges Street has always been known for it’s hive of social activity. There’s always people spilling out onto the streets in the early hours of the morning and the restaurants are always filled with hungry people all week long. Here’s a pick of our favourite haunts along this street.

1. Pitt Bros

Definitely one of the best meat based joints in Dublin, whatever the weather Pitt Bros is serving up some real BBQ servings. The brisket is our favourite and they give you a free ice cream cone at the end which you can do yourself – dream!

Pitt Bros

Image // Hugh Jordan

2. Izakaya

It’s the little sister of Yamamori (across the road) and to us, it’s the better sister. They serve some of the freshest Japanese food in town in a lovely authentic atmosphere.


3. Havana

Havana is a delightful little tapas bar right near the entrance of DBS. It’s great food and really reasonably prices make us go back every time for lunch and dinner. Our favourites are the boards filled with Serrano ham, Spanish omelette, salad, bread and hummus, otherwise known as the Havana lunch.


Image // The Savvy Shopper

4. San Lorenzos

Voted one of the best places in Dublin to have brunch, San Lorenzos is a modern Italian restaurant with New York flair. The dinner is divine, but if you’re looking for a taste sensation, visit for brunch and try the coco pops crunchy french toast!


5. Hogans

Hogans never disappoints as a place for gathering friends for a few drinks. It always has a buzzy atmosphere and it’s little nooks with comfy chairs has an element of sitting in your pals living room.


6. Darwins

Voted as one of the best places for a steak in Dublin, it’s old school ambience helps you relax and enjoy course after course. The good news is, they’re extending!


Image // The Dining Room

7. The Long Hall

There is nothing like a pint in The Long Hall after a hard day at work. It’s a great spot for a quiet drink but it’s also packed at the weekends. There’s no music, just good old fashioned craic.


Image // Patrick Donald

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