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Find a New Favourite
There’s always something new and exciting in the Brown Thomas Beauty Hall, where brands like Le Labo,
Jo Malone London, Charlotte Tilbury and Nars share a beautiful and unique space. Start your day
experimenting with the make-up and skincare from a host of exclusive brands or visit perfume, candle
and bodycare brand Le Labo who pride themselves on creating sensorial experiences that promise to
make you feel good.
Where? Ground Floor, Brown Thomas Grafton Street
Make time for a manicure
Treating yourself to a new set of nails is always a great way to spend an hour but how does doing it
in a reality-breaking beauty habitat sound? With over 60 cutting-edge, and consciously created
brands in beauty across skincare, makeup, and haircare, think of Planet
Beauty as a fun, educational, experiential space for some self-care time. You can browse all
they have to offer here or book
Where? Planet Beauty, Clarendon Street
Take a Portuguese pit-stop
Fancy a little bit of Lisbon in the heart of Dublin? With tasty pastries and coffees to take away
from the cities first dedicated pastelería, you’ll find fayre inspired by the gourmet specialties on
offer in Portugal's capital. From crispy and custardy pastéis de natas, to mouth-watering
sandwiches, coffees and more, this is the perfect pit-stop to refresh and re-fuel.
Where? Lisboa Pasteleria, 7 Andrew Street
Immerse yourself in a world of fashion
Whether you’re craving some new wardrobe go-tos or have a busy social calendar to prepare for this
season, you’re going to want to spend some time diving into the finest fashion collection Dublin has
to offer. Discover a one-off designer piece from Victoria Beckham, Dolce &
Gabbana or Prada, or level-up your workwear wardrobe with something
from Theory, Vince or Toteme.
For something extra special book into a serene space for a personal shopping appointment like no other; one thing’s
for sure, you won’t leave empty handed.
Where? Basement, Level 1 & 2 Brown Thomas Grafton Street
Curate an Earscape
Get #TASHD by the expert piercers in Maria Tash, who'll customise an earscape specific to your ear
and style. Part art, part science, here you can create a constellation of piercings climbing from
lobe to cartilage made up of threaded studs, pearl
coronets or spiked eternity rings. Interested? You can book an
appointment here but take it from us, it may not be your last
Where? Level 2, Brown Thomas Grafton Street
Have A WILDE-ly Beautiful Lunch
Located just off Grafton Street, nestled inside the Westbury hotel you’ll find an indoor terrace
bursting with greenery and floral displays which give you the sense of alfresco dining without the
risk (it’s also a great spot for a quick Instagram snap too). Think fresh Irish produce with a
global twist; we love the Kilkeel scallop gratin with smoked bacon & gruyère cheese.
Where? The Westbury Mall, Harry Street https://wilde.ie/
Visit Dublin's 'Secret Garden'
We're all familiar with St Stephen's Green Park but have you ever ventured 300m further to visit the
quieter Iveagh Gardens, popularly known as Dublin’s ‘Secret Garden'? Particularly stunning in
summer, with a history dating back over three hundred years, explore the yew maze, rosarium, and
fountains while taking in a breath of fresh air.
Where? Clonmel Street, Dublin 2
Find a New Fragrance
Now that all of those flowers have got your olfactory senses tingling, there's only one way we can
think of to truly satisfy them - follow your nose back to the fragrance room in Brown Thomas. Take
your time to seek out a new signature scent from perfume greats like Frederic Malle, try a best seller from the Escentric
Molecules’ collection or something completely unique like Parfums De Marly. This is your time to wonder in the
spectacular bottles and spritz your wrist or neck to give you a sense of how it may wear on you -
you might just leave with something totally unexpected.
Where? Ground Floor, Brown Thomas Grafton Street
Stroll Through Trinity
Located on College Green, Trinity College Dublin should be the next stop on your list. The setting
of acclaimed novel and series, "Normal People", you can snap a quick photo under the ornate arches
of The Campanile, or head to the Museum Building to catch sight of the Book Of Kells and the
beautiful Old Library. Gaze upon the precious 1,200 year old illustrated manuscript, then continue
the historical and artistic learnings by continuing onto The Long Room library, where you will find
200,000 of Trinity's most ancient books and 40 marble busts of iconic figures such as Shakespeare
and Lady Augusta Gregory. Move into the modern world then, and visit the Douglas Hyde Gallery next
to the Arts Block for a contemporary art fix.
Where? Trinity College Dublin, College Green
A Glass Of Bubbles
Finish your day off with a lovely glass of something sparkling before you head home. Discover the
menu at Brown's Brasserie or book in for a
spot of dinner if you fancy staying a little
longer. For cocktails and light bites we also love Peruke & Periwig set in a grand old city house,
decadently furnished with velvet and mahogany, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time. Then
just like that, it's time to head home - 12 hours well spent we say.
Where: Brown Brasserie: Level 3, Brown Thomas Grafton Street & Peruke and Periwig: 31 Dawson Street