- 26 Jun 19
Best of Dublin 2019 is your complete guide to Dublin, featuring an overview of the best eateries, venues, attractions and bars in the city, as exclusive interviews with some of the creatives who have made Dublin what it is.
Our jam-packed annual issue features an insightful look at the stars, celebrities, creatives, chefs and activists who are making Dublin such a great city to live in.
Rising Dublin-based screen star Niamh Algar talks about working with legendary directors like Shane Meadows and Ridley Scott, and guides us through her favourite spots around the capital city.
Elsewhere, we sit down with Xpose’s Cassie Stokes to talk about her varied career. She discusses rubbing shoulders with the stars, Gay Pride, anxiety – and her favourite hometown haunts.
Doctor-turned-broadcaster Ciara Kelly talks about her successful transition from GP to Newstalk presenter; her love of Dublin; and her favourite spots around town for eating, drinking – and taking exercise!
We also feature the hugely gifted teen actor Jordanne Jones, who talks about her stunning performance as an alienated youth in Hugh O’Conor’s Metal Heart, mental health, and the pride she feels in her working class Dublin background.
On the lighter side of things, we sit down with renowned author Paul Howard. Famed as the creator of Ross O’Caroll Kelly, Howard is also the man behind theatrical smash Copper Face Jacks: The Musical – a celebration of the iconic Dublin club, which has returned for another hotly anticipated run.
On top of that, we have an extensive chat with Green Party councillor Ciaran Cuffe, about the Green Wave which shook Irish politics back in May, and ways in which Dublin can become a sustainable, environmentally-friendly city.
And, as is typical for Best of Dublin, we also give our ultimate overview of the Top 150 Restaurants in the city. This indispensable guide will have you changing your favourite foodie haunt over and over again, as you sample the best culinary efforts that Dublin as to offer.
You can buy Best of Dublin 2018 from June 25 in stores across Dublin and in selected stores nationwide or order it online below: