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- Situated on Grafton Street, this quality department store as all you need in the world of luxury shopping. Coming from Leeds, Harvey Nichols was a great sign of its success, Brown Thomas is Dublin’s equivalent.
Usual high prices, but great choice & quality service.Written 11 August 2021
- The staff here are wonderful people really really helpful and I cannot thank them enough (Especially Saoirse). They went above and beyond helping me find all sorts of things and giving me great information on everything. Really great at what they do. They have just about everything artsy you can think of here. 10/10 art supply shop. Appreciate all their help and kindness. 💖💖Written 3 October 2020
- Ordered the luxury BLT and was expecting something wow. Supposed to have avocado but no sign of avocado. Basic BLT -presentation poor-cut in half with a tooth pick stuck in each. Served with sparse limp salad and a sprinkle of crisps. Expected more. Service was good-it was quiet. Friendly staff. Wouldn't be tempted to go back.Written 28 September 2016
- We shopped at the Claddagh Jewellers in May 20121; sorry for the delayed review.
When you visit Ireland, as a souvenir, you could purchase whisky, woollen goods, paintings and any number of touristy items. However, an item that will last and bring back memories for your lady love is a Claddagh ring. The ring originated in Galway where is was designed by Richard Joyce in the early 1700s. It shows hands holding a heart above which is placed a crown. These symbols represent Friendship, Love & Loyalty, and the ring is named after Claddagh, an ancient fishing village. The rings often become heirlooms. They can also be plain or include jewels. My wife includes a small emerald in the heart.
We bought our ring in Dublin after failing to do so in Galway. This shop is conveniently located beside Trinity University just off Nassau Street.Written 9 September 2021
- Stopped in on the recommendation of a sales clerk from one of the fancy department stores down the street. We were looking for nice made in Ireland souvenirs for our moms. They had a large selection of different things at various prices and the young lady that helped us was friendly and pleasant. They didn’t have the items we wanted in store so she checked with the sister location for us. We were able to get what we wanted.Written 17 August 2018
- The nicest selection of cakes & desserts to accompany your tea or coffee. This is a good quality cafe with freshly sourced ingredients & vegetables. There are many good selections and variety’s for lunch and will suit all tastes. Downfall is it’s super busy during weekends but it’s a nice atmosphere, always return here to get out of the city and enjoy the drive to lunchWritten 1 March 2020