Dublin Environs Restaurants

Dining out in the area is usually a casual affair, but Dublin's top restaurateurs are influencing the cooking—and the prices—at the finer establishments outside the capital. The economic downturn has also encouraged smaller, innovative, and, above all, good-value restaurants like Las Rada to spring up in unlikely places like Naas. Chefs hereabouts have a deep respect for fresh, locally grown and raised produce. You'll find everything from Continental-style meals to hearty ploughman's lunches.

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  • 1. Bistro 53

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    This cozy, affordable eatery right on main street has quickly established itself as a favorite with the locals. Exposed beams and leather banquettes create the...Read More

  • 2. Dubh Cafe

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    This little foodie gem at the center of Newbridge takes casual lunch to a whole new level. Try the outrageously good kimchi fried chicken sandwich...Read More

  • 3. Las Radas

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    Experienced foodies Jules and Joanne Bradbury have taken a creative approach to tapas adding local flavor to their Moorish-inspired, brightly decorated bar and restaurant. Tapas...Read More

  • 4. Ubh Cafe

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    Ubh is Irish for egg and you'll find an appropriately mean eggs and hash breakfast at this quirky, green-focused eatery in the horse-mad town of...Read More

  • 5. Celbridge Canteen

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    Hidden away in nearby, sleepy Celbridge town, this buzzy little eatery turns local produce into some of the most daring and original dishes outside the...Read More

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