This avenue has got it going on with an eclectic mix of restaurant, shops and venues.
Temple Bar should serve as a prototype for urban planners. This 28-acre, dedicated cultural district is home to venues for film, music, theater and the visual arts as well as restaurants, cafés and bars. Narrow cobbled streets and restored architecture keep it from straying from its historic roots, while programs such as Temple Bar Outdoors ensure diversions for every mood throughout the year.
From chocolate festivals to food markets, design markets to street performances, something's always happening in Temple Bar. For more information on the Temple Bar calendar head to the information center at 12 East Essex Street.