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So I walked through this arcade when on trip to Ireland. The place I had high hopes for but upon arrival came to realize it was just a glorified flea market with a lot of cheap trinkets and the only highlight for me was the...More
This is a mid sized covered market with many little shops and kiosks and several place to get a snack or lunch. You can walk through the entire place in20 minutes. Worth a stop if you’re in the area but not worth a special trip.
Called at this new Boojum restaurant. Generally disappointed all round. There just seemed to be a rush and the food was being thrown into containers.Staff so intertested in getting your money, nothing else seemed to matter. The food was just okay. Won't rush back.
Found this gem of a supplier in George's Street Arcade, off Drury St.. Free samples picked by tongs to entice you to buy. Not just nuts but a wide range of dried fruits, chia and sesame seeds. Very helpful assistant, as I presented my Groupon...More
Made our way to George's St. Arcade on a Sunday morning to find it closed until midday. When we went back later only some of the stalls were open, a couple of the shops had nice things but others were quite tacky, Thought it was...More
With many eateries, gift shops, bookshops, artistic fare and so much more, plus lovely architecture, it is a pleasure to visit and admire this grand arcade.
Dating from 1881 it was Ireland's first shopping centres and has the honour of being one of the oldest...More
I always loved this covered market. Very nice stylish georgian market with great offers for food seekers when visiting.
we ate at UmiFalafel as I love hummus, falafelsssss and healthy salads. Umi Falafel has it all and it’s all soooo fresh.
The market is very...More
St. George’s Market is not my first choice for shopping. Both clothes and souvenirs do not match my style. The market’s architecture is very nice, though, because it totally matches Irish taste in art. Overall, I would suggest to visit it for its exterior, but...More
In some places the old British Empire names have been replaced. Titanic stopped off Queenstown to pick up her last passengers; that town is now Cobh. Carlisle Bridge was redubbed O'Connell Bridge. However pPlaces like... More
In some places the old British Empire names have been replaced. Titanic stopped off Queenstown to pick up her last passengers; that town is now Cobh. Carlisle Bridge was redubbed O'Connell Bridge. However pPlaces like Grafton Street and Nassau Street have maintained their original names from empire-era aristocratic families. The specific ones you mentioned, I'm not sure...