Located near the Grafton Street shopping boulevard, The Bailey can be a good place to grab a snack and have a sit down after a morning of sightseeing. Its balcony terrace is one of the busiest and most sought after in Dublin, especially on sunny days, so be prepared for prices that are in keeping with the tone of the neighbourhood and of the elegant atmosphere within these four walls. The most charming thing about this restaurant is its attempts to emulate Spanish tapas on the menu, with its Spanish cold meat selections, tortilla (potato omelette), little plates of chistorro (an extra-thin, seasoned chorizo), chorizo cooked with onions, platters of cheeses and Spanish cured ham, fried potatoes with alioli and garlic-fried prawns. Dubliners go mad for it – so why not give it a try.
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