The Hops bar at D Hotel, Drogheda, specialises in signature cocktails, fine wines and craft beers.
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D for design overhaul D Hotel Drogheda has followed up its newly renovated Hops bar and Il Ponte restaurant with great new menus. The beautifully ref(...)

A glimpse of the in-demand Iveagh Gardens estate in Crumlin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Crumlin came into existence as a manorial settlement that grew into an Anglo-Norman village after 1170, and subsequently developed into what is one of(...)

Number 12 Deerpark Road came to the market with a bullish price of €1.75 million and within three months sold for €1.8 million, a new high for the residential suburb of Mount Merrion

The autumn property season is well under way and now seems like a good time to take a look at how a selection of Dublin properties featured in the las(...)

Paul Howard with the Ross O’Carroll-Kelly statue in Dublin city centre. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

1. Where Ross Doesn’t Drink Heineken (1998) It all started in the autumn of 1997. I was in the Sunday Tribune newsroom one Friday evening talking to (...)

Garryowen’s Neil Cronin in action  during his side’s 7-13 loss to St Mary’s College. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Terenure College cruised straight to the top of Ulster Bank League Division 1A thanks to an eye-catching 24-0 bonus-point victory over Dublin Universi(...)

USI president Michael Kerrigan and his colleagues. Photograph: Paul Corey

Working out of a tiny corner office overlooking Dublin Port, it is hard to believe that the eight staff and 10 full-time officers of the Union of Stud(...)

Teresa Patterson, mother of Jamie Patterson, leaving the High Court in Dublin, last year. File photograph: Collins Courts

A severely disabled teenage boy’s €9.8m settlement of his action against the HSE has been increased to €13.3m as a result of a significant court decis(...)

 Shops on Kimmage Road Lower. The area has plenty of shops, including chemists, hairdressers, pharmacists and jewellers. Photo: David Sleator

Kimmage has traditionally been defined as a working-class south Dublin suburb, in close proximity to the more affluent areas of Rathgar, Rathmines and(...)

 Mayfield Eatery on Terenure Road North: an  old butcher shop that was turned it into ‘a tiny neighbourhood restaurant with real personality’. Photograph: Alan Betson

International tourism expert Prof Michael Hall has said he would never recommend Dublin to anyone for a short break as the city is a “rip-off”. The p(...)

Every king needs a castle to call home, but finding the right one is easier said than done – especially, it seems, in the case of millionaire kitchen (...)