George's Street Arcade, Dublin
(2.8/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
This is what Dublin is really about an eclectic mix of fantastic shops and stalls that cater for everyone , quircky and a great atmosphere from all who work here so come in and say hello you'll defintley wont be dissapointed ,

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  • Building with stalls. Deserves to see it only by its building, which appears to that in past a factory outside because of the reddish color of its bricks...
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  • We enjoyed strolling through George's Street Arcade and checking out all the goods for sale. My wife picked up a very nice piece of Irish-made silver jewelry. Also, the sausage rolls at Lolly and Cook...  more »
  • Architecture is worth the visit itself. Nice shopping for those odd little items you need to place about your house to remind you of the uniqueness of travel. Not the greatest selection but lots of gr...  more »
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  • An interesting and eclectic selection of market-style small shops, cafés and food outlets. Everything from jewellers/piercers to clothes to books to music to bric-a-brac. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area and have some time to kill.
  • Really nice place to buy souvenirs or nice presents which you can't probably find in any other shops. It a lively building. If you like architecture you will enjoy even more.
  • One of Europe's oldest and Dublin's first shopping centre. Lovely eclectic Victorian market. Located in the heart of the city and in the city's cultural quarter. Also serves as a passage from South Great Georges Street to Drury Street.
  • What is not to love about this place..it is bo-ho chic at its best.
  • A selection of vendors line the interior of this red brick market billed as Dublin's oldest shopping centre. It can be used as a shortcut on the way from Grafton Street to George's Street but with narrow walkways and shoppers it is slow. Great food on offer including Yogism and Lolly and Cooks. The Market Bar is also located here.