Somebody told us that we play hard to get, but Totally Dublin’s fair game. We distribute the magazine to over 400 locations around the city centre and the suburbs so there’s definitely more than enough of us to go around. If you can’t find us, maybe you just ain’t looking in the right places!

That’s why we’ve decided to help a brother out and draw up a list of selected distribution points from various areas all over the city where you will be able to pick up a copy of our magazine each month.

– Happy hunting!


Northside City Centre

Block T, Smithfield Square, D1

Third Space, Smithfield Square, D1

The Generator, Smithfield Square, D1

Lighthouse Cinema, 7 Smithfield, D1

Boojum, Millenium Walkway, D1

The Sweetest Thing, 17 Bachelor’s Walk, D1

Savoy Cinema, 17 Upper O’ Connell Street, D1

Panti Bar, 8 Capel Street, D1

Cyclebike, 4 St Mary’s Abbey, D1

Morrison Hotel, Lower Ormond Quay, D1

Sin E, 14 Ormond Quay, D1

Grand Social, Liffey Street, D1

Epicurean Food Hall, 35 Lower Liffey Street, D1

Twisted Pepper, 54 Abbey Street Lower Middle, D1

KOH Restaurant, 6-7 Jervis Street, D1

Savoy Cinema, O’ Connell Street, D1

Foam Restaurant, 24 Strand Street Great, D1


Southside City Centre

IFI, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, D2

Tamp & Stitch, 3 Essex Street, Temple Bar, D2

Indigo & Cloth, 9 Essex Street,  Temple Bar, D2

Tower Records, Wicklow Street (Off Grafton) D2

All City Records, Crow Street, D2

Market Bar, Fade Street,  D2

The R.A.G.E, Fade Street,  D2

Fallon & Byrne, Exchequer Street, D2

Pablo Picante, Clarendon Market, D2

Break for the Border, Stephens Street, D2

The Butcher Barber, Johnson’s Court, D2

Powerscourt Shopping Centre, South William Street, D2

Clement & Pekoe, William Street, D2

Damson Diner, William Street, D2

JoBurger, Castle Market, D2

Om Diva, 27 Drury Street, D2

Yogism, George’s Street Arcade, D2

Lolly & Cooks, George’s Street Arcade, D2

Urban Picnic, George’s Street Arcade, D2

The Butcher Barber, Johnson’s Court, D2

Walton’s Music Shop, George’s Street, D2

Havana, George’s Street, D2

Walton’s Music Shop, George’s Street, D2

Lafayette Café Bar, Westmoreland Street, D2

Porterhouse, Nassau Street, D2

KC Peaches, Nassau Street, D2

Celtic Note, Nassau Street, D2

American Apparel, Grafton Street, D2

Captain America’s, Grafton Street, D2

Walter Mitty’s, Dawson Street, D2

The Bailey, Duke Street, D2

Harry’s on the Green, King Street, D2

Gaiety, King Street, D2

Music Maker, Exchequer Street, D2

4 Dame Lane, Dame lane, D2

Havana, George’s Street, D2

NCAD, Thomas Street, D2

Olympia Theatre, 72 Dame Street, D2

Crackbird, Dame Street, D2

Skinflint, Crane Lane. D2

RHA Gallagher Gallery, Ely Place, D2

The Science Gallery, The Naughton Institute, D2

The Market Hotel, Grand Canal Dock, D2

3FE,  32/34 Lower Grand Canal Street, D2

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Street, D2

The Bernard Shaw, Richmond Street, D2

Against The Grain, Wexford Street, D2

Whelan’s, Wexford Street, D2

Burritos & Blues, Wexford Street, D2

DIT, Aungier Street, D2

Avalon House, Aungier Street, D2

Anseo, Camden Street, D2

Bleeding Horse, Camden Street, D2


Northside Suburbs

Howth DART station, Howth, D13

The Bloody Stream, Howth, D13

The Doghouse Blues Tearooms, Howth, D13

Ivans / Beshoff’s the Market, Howth, D13

East Bar Café, Howth, D13

Howth Tourist Information, Howth, D13

SuperQuinn, Sutton Cross, D13

Marine Hotel, Sutton Cross, D13

Malahide United Gym, Malahide, D17

Gibney’s, Malahide, D17

Bay Food, Clontarf, D3

Bram Stoker Hotel, Clontarf, D3


Southside Suburbs

Jo’Burger, 137 Rathmines Road Lower, D6

Mart Studios, Rathmines, D6

Kinara Kitchen, 17 Ranelagh Road, D6

Hemmingways Deli, Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, D4

Mayfield Deli & Eatery, 7-11 Terenure Road North, D6W

Dark Horse Pub, Blackrock

The Wooden Spoon, Bath Place, Blackrock

Diep at Home, Main Street, Blackrock

IADT, Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, D

Weafer & Cooper, 71-73 Glasthule Road, Dun Laoghaire

Pavillion Theatre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire

The Queens Bar, 12 Castle Street, Dalkey

6 Responses to “Where to find us”

  1. Jill

    Can you put your magazine in Drumcondra please……lots of places to choose from train station, Fagans, Ivy House, Regency or Skylon hotels…or even the Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin where lots of tourists gather looking for information about our city. Thanks, Jill.

  2. Niamh O' Connor

    Dear TD

    I’m with Mariachi San Patricio, Ireland’s only full Mariachi Band.
    We would love to list our upcoming Mexican Fiesta, next Sunday 3rd May, in BelloBar, on your site. Thought registering as a ‘TD Partner’ might work, unfortunately can’t see a tab to Register. Perhaps you could advise.

    Thanking you in advance.

    Totally loving’ your magazine,
    Niamh, Mariachi San Patricio

  3. Liane

    Where can I pickup your current issues around Dundrum Town Centre? It used to be at the Cinema. Thanks


    Dear Totally Dublin

    I get over from Sussex 2/3 times a year, pick up TD in The Bleeding Horse, very good indeed. However, I see that the upcoming issue is number 150 and will doubtless be a spectacular, – BUT I shan’t be in Town to get it – might you be so kind as to POST it over to me please?

    Do hope you will, Best Regards RF

    • td-sub

      Hey Richard
      Have organized that for you. Should be winging its way to you over the next few days! 🙂



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