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Where to eat and drink well - really well - in Dublin

Fulfill your dreams of luxe living at these hotels and restaurant in Dublin

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At the Octagon bar in the Clarence Hotel, owned by Bono and the Edge of U2, cocktails go for around $9. Five years ago, the price would have been three times as much.

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Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud at the Merrion Hotel is Dublin's only two-star Michelin dining destination.

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Hugo's oozes timeless Euro charm with a loosely French menu and more than 30 wines by the glass.

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The Westbury Hotel is a five-star spot where tourists and locals alike mingle in the swanky lobby bar.

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The stylish and intimate Dylan hotel boasts a fantastic restaurant and bar, both full of beautiful people.

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Singing, dancing and shots of Jameson are practically compulsory at Peader Kearney's pub in Dublin.

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For true luxury, drive an hour out of Dublin and stay at the Ritz-Carlton at Powerscourt. The Gordon Ramsay restaurant recently underwent a menu makeover.

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