I received an email from a new Irish start up company meetingsbooker.com asking me what my favorite meeting place in Dublin is and me being me I couldn’t just pick one I had to pick three, I know but even picking three was hard as I just love Dublin.
St Anne’s Park
St Anne’s Park is situated between Raheny and Clontarf on the north side of Dublin this has to be one of my favorite parks in Dublin.
Its perfect place to meet your friends for a walk in the summer time or even in the winter when its dry and if there is kids with you there is loads of things to keep them occupied playgrounds, feeding the ducks or just climbing you can bring a picnic as their is loads of picnic tables.
On Saturdays there is a market and there is some great stalls selling fresh fruit, veg flowers my favorite is the stall that sells cakes of course.
I love the chocolate cake just grab a coffee and sit on one of benches and watch the squirrels playing and then you can walk the cake off.
Everyone living in Ireland know the sad news that Clerys has closed its door but the outside of Clerys hopefully will not be changed Clerys was a Shop that was situated in the heart of O’Connell Street.
Before mobile phones or even house phones under Clerys clock was and still is to this day somewhere you would arrange to meet before your date, so nearly everyone in Dublin even Ireland has heard a love story that began at Clerys clock.
The amount of times I have meet my friends and dates under Clerys clock meant I just couldn’t possibly leave this famous Dublin clock out of my list.
Sinnotts bar is on Kings street under St Stepehens Green Shopping Centre this pub has always been the place I meet my friends on a Saturday night its a great pub and has great atmosphere.
oh and girls its alway’s full of men as it is a sports bar so if you are on holidays and want to do a bit of shopping and himself is annoying you, leave him in Sinnotts with a nice pint and do your shopping in peace.
But its not just a sports bar it also has a large collection of original literary pictures and prints from a collection of Irish artists and writers including James Joyce, Oscar Wilde & W.B Yates.
Lots of Love