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You already know The Dean is Dublin’s newest hotel. You also know it has sweet amenities. Soon, we’re going to take you inside and all around it. But for today, let’s go through what to order at the restaurant, Sophie’s.
Sophie’s is pretty rare (we’d venture almost unique) for Dublin – a glass-walled, rooftop restaurant. It’s incredibly popular already – the (Tuesday) night we went, it was rammed, and we were told we’d have to wait until 10pm for a table. That was until we played the hotel guest card, and they cleared a space for us immediately – hotel guests will always get priority, apparently.
Sophie’s specializes in pizza (it has a woodfired oven) but we were straight off a flight from Vegas via London, and just needed some warmth and some protein. Here’s what we ordered – and we can thoroughly recommend every single bite:
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Have you got a book to finish writing but can't quite find the right setting to do it in? Consider The Standard East Village.
Once again, the hotel and The Paris Review have partnered up to put a lucky novelist up in a queen room room for three weeks this July (they did a similar stint in January.) The guest/writer will also get daily continental breakfast and unlimited coffee. Alas, you still need to put down a credit card for incidentals.
There are a few other caveats--namely, you must already have a book under contract with a publishing house (not your own self-pub shop) and you need to have at least a description and some sample pages of the project to show before the May 1 application deadline. But still, three weeks in Cooper Square, totally gratis? Sigh. If only we started shopping our hotel blogging memoirs sooner.
Not a writer, but still want to spend a night at the Standard East Village? Rates start at $375 a night in July.
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