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It’s a tasting menu of the capital’s lesser known, but nonetheless thriving, restaurants, cafes and shops (a movable feast, if you will). The guides — many of them well-known food critics — have hundreds of years of experience between them and are only too happy to open up their little black books on Dublin’s artisanal food scene If you like that, try this: For a more hands-on option, try the cooking class with Saba chef Taweesak Trakoolwattana, or the informal cooking demonstrations at Picado Mexican pantry on South Richmond Street.Details: It’s not often you get a true insight into the mind of an artist.But that’s exactly what’s on display at the Hugh Lane gallery, where you can gaze upon the sheer madness of Francis Bacon’s studio.Brought over from London and meticulously put back together, piece by piece, the studio is a muddle of boxes, canvases and easels, thrown together in a heap.An instantly appealing & particularly pretty townhouse home, located in the former grounds of the splendid "Bettyglen House".
Record of Protected Structures in Dublin City The Record of Protected Structures lists all protected structures and buildings in Dublin.
Afterwards, leap forward a few centuries to the Science Gallery, an art-meets-science space, the exhibitions of which are guaranteed to bend your brain (and the coffee is pretty good, too) Haunted by the ghosts of our past, Kilmainham Gaol will always be associated with the 1916 executions.
But there are over a hundred years of history in this, one of the largest unoccupied jails in Europe — and the tales of thousands of prisoners to be told.
Life in the prison was brutal, as you can imagine, but the tour is brilliant, and it double-jobs as a famous movie location Dublin is cooking up a storm.
For a taste of the city’s fantastic food scene, try the Delicious Dublin walking tour — headed up by Ketty Elisabeth of the French Foodie in Dublin blog.