We went there straight from the airport since we arrived early and knew the hotel wouldn't be ready. There are numerous levels, and several options as well as a self guided tour. We went up to the Gravity Bar immediately following our self guided tour and took in the great views of Dublin while having one of our pints (one pint included per person), and then walked down to check out the other levels. BY that time it was lunchtime. There were two options, a pub and a cafe. The pub had an irish stew lunch special for about 7 Euros, and it was great. My husband and I shared it, and it hit the spot. When we left the pub, a food demo was starting. We were able to sample a number of different foods made with Guinness, including bread, smoked salmon, and even a chocolate mousse. We headed down another level to "The perfect pour" where folks are given a class on how to pour a Guiness. We used our second stub there and my husband got a certificate for completing the course...as well as another pint, which we shared in the bar there. We were very glad we hadn't gotten both pints in the gravity bar, as you need a stub to do the pour. Another bonus is that parking was free. We left our car there and walked around the city for a few hours before returning to our car and then heading to the hotel.
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