Welcome to Camden Street, bursting with independent shops and restaurants right on our doorstep. Camden Court Hotel is right next door to the famous Bleeding Horse pub and a stones throw from many other traditional Irish pubs in Dublin's City centre. You don't need to go far to truly experience Dublin life. Below is a list of places cherry picked by our team and they're only the tip of the iceberg - so happy exploring!
Situated at YogaHub, 5-8 Camden Court, Dublin 2.
Just walk through the front door of the Yoga Studio! Providing gluten-free, dairy-free options and plant-based food. Their menu is plant-based and homemade daily. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch, Treats, Snacks, Smoothies, Teas, Coffees and Good Vibes.
A modern, welcoming studio, with fresh and challenging yoga classes, YogaHub is a space to work you out, open you up and let you breathe. Friendly teachers are creative, attentive and fun; we have classes for everyone – from beginner to guru. YogaHub is a vibe, a practice, a lifestyle.
The Irish word for ‘Here,’ Anseo serves an eclectic selection of beers, including many craft and local brews. With DJ’s on the turntables nightly and comedy upstairs, this Funky little bar always has something interesting going on. Once you get comfortable in Anseo Bar & Pub, you won’t want to leave.
Located on the buzzing Camden Street, The Port House Cava offers an extensive tapas & pintxo menu, wines and ports list and a large selection of the Catalonian Sparkling wine ranging across many styles and varieties.
A casual wine bar with 18 seats at one communal high table, offering a variety of wines by the glass and even more by the bottle. The small plates menu changes daily and is designed to share, and our chef cooks for you from the top of the table. They also offer a tasting menu Wednesday – Saturday.
Regularly referred to as "Dublin's best kept secret!" The Cake Café is a bakery and café in the Daintree building. The leafy courtyard is an oasis in the city centre where you can enjoy sugar-dusted sponges, lemon slices, excellent coffee, glasses of processco, baked egg & soldiers or their famous beans on toast. Everything is prepared fresh to order using the very best Irish produce and natural oils.
Based in Portobello, Richmond Restaurant, offers up an array of contemporary cooking. A real gem of a neighbourhood restaurant with a rustic look and a lively feel; sit upstairs for a more sedate experience. The vibrant, gutsy dishes change regularly – apart from the Dexter burger and rib-eye which are mainstays; on Tuesdays they serve a good value tasting menu where they try out new ideas.
Discover Ireland’s rich literary heritage from past to present here in the historic UCD Newman House on St Stephen’s Green in the heart of Dublin.
Experience immersive exhibitions, view treasures from the National Library of Ireland, or relax amid the birdsong in our tranquil gardens and café. MoLI is a partnership between University College Dublin and the National Library of Ireland.
Opening times 10am–6pm, 7 days a week. Last entry at 5pm.
Can't decide where to eat? Get yourself into a Pickle and visit one of Camden Streets top restaurants. Pickle Restaurant opened it's doors in March 2016 by experienced chef Sunil Ghai and restauranteur Benny Jacobs who developed a delicious and modern approach to traditional Indian food.
One of Ireland's principal music venues, showcasing many musical types but especially classical. Camden Court Hotel is located by the National Concert Hall, a 5 minute walk away. Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2 – +353 1 417 0000.
Designed in 1865 by Ninian Niven, the Park hosts several spectacular events each year. It has become one of the most favourable event venues, due to its intimate and personal feel. Enjoy a morning stroll or stop in on your way to the National Concert Hall, which is located next to the Iveagh Gardens.
The amazing selection & heady aroma greets you upon entering this tea lover’s paradise. Situated near the beautiful canal in Dublin’s Portobello, Wall and Keogh has gained a strong reputation for quality and consistency. The great tea is complimented by edgy decor replete with comfy retro couches all washed down by the lively sound of chat & quality tunes. Bring your vinyl and they’ll spin it for you! They also show cult movies, have script writing classes, language lessons and live music nights. A true 21st century tea house.
Take a walk along the Grand Canal, the southernmost of a pair of canals that connect Dublin in the east of Ireland. The Grand Canal is 131km long with 43 locks. A source of inspiration for Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh, you can sit and rest beside the sculpture of the famous poet on the North side of the canal. Stop for drink in The Barge pub before returning back to Camden Court Hotel, a mere 3 minute stroll away.
Unique artistic restaurant serving original street food, infused cocktails and a varied selection of craft beers. It’s a pretty quirky place, opened in the last year and just 3-5 minutes’ walk from Camden Court Hotel. 72 Camden Street - +353 1 5599028
New York City style sandwich bar serving freshly made bread and meats. Doughboys is convientantly located across the road from Camden Court Hotel's main entrance. It's a hit with our leisure centre team! Charlotte Way - +353 1 402 2000.
Bring your own wine (no corkage) to this lively restaurant, offering a wide range of fabulous food to suit all tastes at affordable prices. Directly opposite Camden Court Hotel. 8-9 Camden Street Upper, (01) 4750099 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whelan's is a bar & venue frequented by local, Irish and international artists. Located on 25 Wexford Street, Whelan's is at the heart a thriving scene of bars and venues along Wexford St & Camden St and lies in the epicentre of Dublin city centre where all the artistic, musical and cultural life is focused. This pub is recognized as an institution in terms of music and concerts in the capital.