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Best things to do in Drimnagh

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“Lovely park with an array of activities throughout the year including; Athletics Band Performances Basketball Court Floral Schemes Leisure Walks Pavillion Playground Sports Fields”
13 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
“Take away retaurant, high quality thai food. I work for this company and cannot get enough of the food!!”
8 locals recommend
Establishment
“Drimnagh Castle was, until 1954 one of the oldest continually inhabited Castles in Ireland, and is an outstanding example of an old feudal stronghold.”
5 locals recommend
Butcher
“If you're staying in, this traditional butcher has quality Irish produce and open until 7pm.”
5 locals recommend
Establishment
“Rock-climbing/Bouldering centre - for exercise lovers, good tunes and that natural adrenaline rush ”
3 locals recommend
Brewery
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“Great beer, pizza and service, cannot fault it :) Small wait for tables, open Thur-Sun”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Local Pub One of the most interestingly titled pubs in the capital is ‘The Bird Flanagan’ in Rialto, and its signage of a police officer in pursuit of a man certainly grabs your attention. The pub is named in honour of Willie Flanagan, who could only be described as a bit of a character in the history of Dublin. Flanagan was a practical joker of great renown in Dublin, and was the brother-in-law of Taoiseach W.T Consgrave. The son of Alderman Michael Flanagan, ‘The Bird Flanagan’ was said to live off the wealth and name of his father, but created a name for himself through his fun and games in the city. ”
4 locals recommend
Cafe
“48E Sundrive Road, Kimmage, Dublin 12. Beautiful local coffee shop with homemade scones and jam and all things sweet. ”
3 locals recommend
Food
“Delicious meals and desserts. NOTE** Bring your own wine/alcohol to have with your meal. Glasses provided, no corkage fee.”
4 locals recommend
Pub
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2 locals recommend
Supermarket
“Same building, street level. Just take the lift to -1, walk across two doors to LIDL car park, take the lift to 0 and you are inside LIDL. Don't even need to leave the building.”
21 locals recommend
Store
“A convenience store where you can find most of your essential needs, more expensive than a grocery store like Lidl or Tesco”
1 local recommends
Bar
“Birchall’s - 1 Bangor Drive - 10 minute walk. A local pub in the heart of Crumlin with a cozy atmosphere & outdoor seating ”
2 locals recommend
Food
“Dunnes Stores, Tesco, and Dunnes Home Store, Pharmacy - all under one roof.”
3 locals recommend
Route
“Locals call it the secret garden. This gem is tucked away behind tall walls just off Harcourt St. Total tranquility and a great place the hustle and bustle. It was the earl’s lawn and went on to host the splendour of the Dublin Exhibition Palace in 1865. (It has its own website) ”
2 locals recommend
Route
1 local recommends