This picturesque Georgian park, located just south of Dublin's center, has been around for almost three centuries and is often considered one of the city's most beautiful squares. Three sides are lined with Georgian redbrick townhouses, while Leinster House, other government buildings, the Natural History Museum and the National Gallery fill in the rest. The garden in the middle of it all is now a public park, functioning similarly to New York's Central Park, although admittedly a little smaller. This spot is great for resting tired legs on one of the park benches, while taking in the historic atmosphere (check out the Oscar Wilde statue) and a little fresh air.
The philosophy here is simple good food and comfortable surroundings, all topped off, of course, by... Read more