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Best restaurants near Aviva Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

There’s a Victorian-style guesthouse just 2-3 minutes’ walk from the stadium, which could be perfect for those looking to relax either side of a game. There’s a gorgeous afternoon tea option, or a stylish (and delicious) dinner in the evening.

Need something less precious, and more filling? Farmer Brown’s Market and Eatery is an all-carb, no-messing-about restaurant that does hearty portions at fair prices. It’s great!

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

With all the restaurants in Dublin to choose from it can be difficult to pick where to eat – if you are in town to see an Irish rugby match – why not stick to the theme and go to a restaurant owned by one of the players? The Bridge 1859 is very close to the Aviva and as well as serving some great food, they serve some fantastic unpasteurised beer!

Bear is a meat lovers paradise co-owned by Jaime Heaslip – serving all sorts of cuts with more unusual ones as well as traditional steaks, be sure to being along a big appetite. For something a little more traditional – head to the Exchequer Bar – they do some of the best Sunday roasts in the city. Book a table in advance!

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