From an early morning fry-up to some of the finest cuisine, Dublin's eateries cater for all tastes on a global scale.
This friendly café on Aungier Street is run by people who are passionate about coffee. Whether it's made by the Bald Barista himself or one of his personally trained protégés, it all boils down to a sublime result of caffeine goodness.
Brick Alley Café
This cosy cafe is also a great place for some excellent coffee or specialist teas that will tempt any tea lover. Scoff some of their simple, but seriously delicious and freshly made food such as sandwiches, Irish stew or lasagne.
Nude specialises in the kind of food that not only tastes good but does you good too. Freshly squeezed juices, hearty 'bread bowl stews', panini, wraps and, of course, salads. Feeling a bit rough after a night out? Get yourself to Nude and recharge your batteries
This superb café puts a lot of thought into what it does, be it whipping up some hearty granola breakfasts or foccacia sarnies for lunch. Sit down, enjoy your food and take in the great views overlooking the river.
The atmosphere at Simon's Place is friendly and informal making it a perfect place to casually grab a bite. With its cosy vibe and an eclectic decor it's ideal for just kicking back, enjoying a coffee and sampling what are considered to be the best cinnamon rolls in the city.