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Queen of Tarts lies on the edge of Temple Bar and is one of the city's finest cafes. Everything on the menu is home-made on the premises, and the cafe specializes in excellent cakes, scones and crumbles. Tasty breakfasts, delicious savoury tarts and good coffee are also on offer. Queen of Tarts has built up a considerable reputation for fine food and courteous service after only a few years in business; and has now established a branch in the newly refurbished City Hall, right across the road.
The Celt is a traditional Irish Pub located in the heart of Dublin City. The pub offers tasty pub grubs, generous pours on tap and live traditional Celtic music every night of the week. Bursting with a vibrant and friendly atmosphere, you most probably won't forget a night at this local favorite. If you're visiting the northern side of the city, The Celt is the perfect location for a warm bowl of soup in the winter or a cool and refreshing pint during summer.
A favored watering-hole of Dublin's chattering classes, this public house is something of a rumor mill. Just around the corner from the Irish parliament, don't be surprised if you witness altercations between rival journalists and lawyers, all of which are commonplace in this traditional Victorian pub. The staff are friendly and the Guinness is excellent. There is also a small room set aside for women, just like in the olden days. Dishes like Mussels and Half Roast Chicken are also served all-day for those who begin to feel the hunger pangs.