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By lauren
2006-03-13 11:35:09

im coming to dublin for a long weekend and was just wondering how much money you would reccommend to bring? not planning to shop - just eating and drinking money really! 

By Jen
2006-03-15 15:03:15

Hi, id recommend taking £200, its really expensive. That £50 a night. We ended up just going out for one meal a night and eating supernoodles during the day, hehe

By shannon
2007-03-19 21:37:52

how much money will i need

hello, i am planning a 2 week trip ireland and i am trying to book my exspenses... how muc money will i need for food, for 2 weeks, if my hotel provides breakfast, i will need lunch and dinner for 14 days, i have no idea how much money to bring just for food, please get back to me thank you!!!!!!

By Sile
2007-03-21 10:07:25

There is a huge range of restaurants in Dublin, from basic to gourmet, and prices to suit. An average lunch would probably cost around €15 and dinner €25/30, depending on your taste (casual/gourmet etc) and what you like to drink with it! Try this web site under "Eating Out" or "Dublin on a budget"? The popular restaurant areas in Dublin are in the Dame Street and Temple Bar areas, with a lot of upper end (expensive!) restaurants in the Merrion Square area. You might get an idea of what you get for your money by linking to their web-sites here?  
Dining outside Dublin will probably tend to be slightly cheaper, but not always. For some recommendations, have a look at

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