Restaurants in Dublin/Bridge Park
Dublin offers a unique mix of old and new establishments between its historic downtown and the new Bridge Park development. Dublin Village Tavern has been recognized as a must-visit Irish pub by USA Today and Travel + Leisure, while snagging a coveted patio spot at Tucci’s is a big win. Coast House Wine is a one-of-a-kind contemporary wine bar and retail concept inspired by the spirit of coastal California but located in a house in historic Dublin.
The crown jewel of the new development is the North Market Bridge Park, offering the second location for the city’s famed public market with a mix of new and familiar concepts. Dublin is also the home of Wendy’s, so visitors can stop by the flagship restaurant that not only features the latest design and technology, but also features a variety of historical items from the establishment throughout the years.
Sports are big in the city, and fans shouldn’t miss Urban Meyer’s Pint House where there is a good chance of seeing the man himself. The Bogey Inn is a great spot whether you just played a round of golf or just want to take in some live music.