St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, Dublin

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  • We were strolling down Grafton Street, and it started to rain so we ducked into the nearest building. We were amazed to find a beautiful shopping center. We did some retail therapy while strolling thr...  more »
  • At the end of Grafton Street, almost opposite St. Stephen Garden, is St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, a striking glass and steel structure. Within many shops on several floors and an area with several restaurants where you can eat at affordable prices.
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  • Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is well located opposite Stephen's Park at the end of Grafton Street. He's very handsome, is small, with a glass roof and a large clock in the middle. Is a good mall to visit and great for a photo ... RS
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  • Good shopping centre. Nothing special. We can find really nice stores in it, different types of food. It's quite beautiful from the inside and the outside. The only thing that really annoys me is that you have to pay to use the bathroom.
  • Very clean shopping center with an excellent selection of shops. Inside of structure is neat of a Victorian theme metal work. Toilets are clean and the food selection in the lower level meet our needs.
  • The building is of gorgeous architecture, specially on sunny days. The stores are of good variety. What does bug me is the accessibility of the toilets
  • It's old-fashioned, it has a very large Dunnes store with their supermarket in the basement. It also has a big Boots, a central Argos and an okay TKMaxx. Opening hours are pretty good.
  • Very nice spot in the city center, specially if you have kids (children bathroom are very nice). Good selection of stores, Dunnes supermarket closes late (around 9pm I think) during weekdays and early on weekends (around 7pm maybe?). The café in the first floor (near the entrance) is the best one *inside* the shopping mall, although I recommend the ones outside the mall, Nero Cafe is very good. It is also a good safe place in case rain falls with no warning :)

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