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Food & Drink

ely Wine Bar

Since 1999, the iconic ely wine bar has paved the way for engaging, rewarding and fantastic value wines in Dublin. Not only characterised by its extensive list of 100 wines by the glass, 400 by the bottle, it’s also loved for its melt-in-the-mouth organic beef, organic pork and “Craggy Island” read more…


Corfu is situated in the heart of the liveliest part of Dublin, Temple Bar. The Greek owners and chef ensure that local ingredients are at the centre of their authentic Greek-Mediterranean cuisine. There is an extensive menu to choose from that will keep you coming back for more. Start with read more…


Dublin Savoy

17 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin - (0818) 776 776

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

‎1hr 41min‎‎ - Rated 12A‎‎ - Action/Adventure‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 13:40‎  ‎16:00‎

The Maze Runner

‎1hr 53min‎‎ - Rated 12A‎‎ - Action/Adventure/Suspense/Thriller‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 13:40‎  ‎16:00‎  ‎20:35‎

Gone Girl

‎2hr 25min‎‎ - Rated 16‎‎ - Suspense/Thriller‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 13:40‎  ‎16:50‎  ‎20:00‎




One Amor Tune: An Interview with Dan Snaith of Caribou


We have two ways of thinking about the sublime. One is the revelation of regularity and harmony underpinning the bizarro phenomena of the world around us, the other is an appreciation of the brute chaos of the universe. With his Caribou project, Dan Snaith somehow captures both.

Arts and Culture

Paleo Riot: Nathaniel Mellors’ Sophisticated Neanderthal


What happens when a camera-wielding, onesie-wearing Homo sapien meets a rather gruff but soft-spoken Neanderthal? Nathaniel Mellors’ The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview investigates.

A1 in Psychogeography: Interview with Karl Whitney


Karl Whitney has been described as ‘Dublin’s best psychogeographer since James Joyce’.



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5 Things to see at Open House 2014

We scour the centrefold of the new issue of Totally Dublin to pick five highlights from the packed offering at Open House 2014 – Learning from Buildings.

Dome // Home

The Grow Dome project is Dublin’s first geodesic dome, is a sustainable mini-farm which encourages skills exchange and alimentary self-sufficiency.