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bakeries and maps

(1) good bakery in Dublin to get breakfast (scones and coffee) or lunch (sandwiches).

(2) Any website maps that shows where Thomas St., Christchurch section; Camden St./Wexford St.

Everybody says get out of the center. Some places have a number after Dublin. Haven't found a website map to show where these places are. Out of the city center but not too far out. Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: bakeries and maps

The "numbers after Dublin" are postal codes, like zip codes in America. "1" being the city center and the larger numbers being suburbs.

Here's a map:

dublintourist.com/maps/dublin_postal_codes.s…

There are places all over Dublin where you can grab breakfast or a sandwich. Once you decide where you're staying you could ask for specific places near there, but really you'll have no trouble finding one by just asking at your hotel on arrival. They're everywhere.

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2. Re: bakeries and maps

I think feno will agree with this one. Mannings bakery on Thomas Street is a real local bakery. they have a cafe as well. there is also a lovely French bakery called "La Boulangerie" near Portabello Bridge (10 mins walk from St Stephen's Green) and also the very old Jewish Baker called the"The Bretzel bakery" just around the corner :-)

http://www.bretzel.ie/

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3. Re: bakeries and maps

For baked goods try:

Leon (there are 2 of them both on Wicklow / Exchequor Street) - French style pastisserie

or Queen of Tarts on Dame Street.

Another option is Avoca on Suffolk Street - a food, clothes and gift store - it has a food shop in the basement with a takeaway and a couple of tables and a full service cafe on the top floor. Excellent desserts / baked goods / sandwiches / salads.

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4. Re: bakeries and maps

Try branches of Cafe Sol for good homemade scones. They're doing a great offer at the moment, €3.50 for any coffee and pastry/scone. Lunch I think they've soup and certain sandwiches for €4.50. Very casual but nice stuff, they're dotted about the city.

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