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4 Places to Eat Brown Bread in Dublin

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31 Leeson Cl, Dublin 2, D02 CP70, Ireland
Located down a lane in Dublin’s city center, this boutique hotel provides breakfast each morning in the carriage house or the conservatory. Delia Behan bakes fresh brown bread daily to accompany such cooked-to-order options as a full Irish...
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2 Shelbourne Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland
In the district known as Dublin 4 (south of the River Liffey), the Chop House is famous for dry-aged beef dishes, including a hearty porterhouse for two. Chef Kevin Arundel’s brown bread is on offer with both lunch and dinner. Classic cocktails...
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11-13 Suffolk St, Dublin 2, Ireland
After browsing Avoca’s store full of Irish-made gifts, housewares, and clothes, follow locals down the stairs into the food hall. Order a pot of tea and a scone with cream and jam, or buy a loaf of brown bread for a picnic in nearby St. Stephen’s...
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10 S Lotts Rd, Dublin, Ireland
For weekend brunch at Foodgame (in Dublin 4), try the homemade soda bread with tomato soup or a ham and cheese omelet. Other daily baked goods include scones, cakes, and pies. In a land of tea, this small, quirky cafe is a favorite for its quality...
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4035 Judah St, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA
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An artist and an architect curate a cool mix of practical things here. You’ll find books on furniture and design, and interesting items like wooden radios and pencil sets. Lots of it is handmade. The store also sells chairs and tables that Luke...
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Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien, Austria
The Habsburgs were, generally speaking, lovers of art and many of the works of the Kunsthistorisches Museum come from their collections. While the grandiose interior alone may be reason enough to visit, the collections here are outstanding. The...