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O’Donoghues of Suffolk Street, Dublin | Tourist Information


15 Suffolk Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

0872618893

Welcome to O’Donoghues of Suffolk Street Perfectly situated in the heart of the City, just off Grafton Street, O’Donoghues is the ideal venue to escape from the bustle of the city for a while or settle in for an evening in a comfortable and warm atmosphere. The ideal location to meet up in the city, we are conveniently located within two minutes walk of some of the best attractions that Dublin has to offer – Grafton Street, O’Connell Street and Trinity College are all within a stones throw of our front door. At O’Donoghues, we trust you will find a warm, friendly and courteous welcome and we look forward to meeting you soon. We are open from 10:30am Monday to Saturday and from 12.30pm on Sundays.

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