The Grafton Quarter
Welcome to the Grafton Quarter! Stretching from the entrance of St. Stephen’s Green at Grafton Street to Nassau Street over to Dawson Street.
One of Dublin’s most popular shopping districts, the Grafton Quarter is home to a variety of retail stores, restaurants, cafés and bars – from the traditional to the modern. When it comes to dining in the area, you won’t be short on places to eat or drink. The side streets off Grafton Street like South Anne Street, Duke Street and Balfe Street, as well as great restaurants and bars on Dawson Street, will easily fill your needs with their tasty menus and drink selections.
As a shopping district, Grafton Street and its surrounds caters for high end and high street shoppers meeting the needs of fashionistas of all ages!
The area’s personality is further complemented by the wide array of buskers that perform to passing crowds. You’re never far from entertainment or Irish history, because the district is between Trinity College Dublin and St. Stephen’s Green Park, with the Mansion House sitting by its side.
When it comes to experiencing Dublin city centre, the Grafton Quarter is a wealth of character that should be explored.
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