A Day In Dublin With Anouska Proetta Brandon

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A Day In Dublin With Anouska Proetta Brandon

Anouska is one of Dublin’s longest standing bloggers who shares her incredible photography talents and effortless style with usthrough her social media accounts. Anouska is always out & about enjoying the city so I’m delighted she’s sharing her virtual tour of Dublin with us.

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I’m starting my perfect day by…

Cycling into the city centre to grab my morning coffee at Coffeeangel

I’m heading for a solo breakfast so I head to…

Because I work for myself I often have breakfast (and lunch) by myself to I love to sit somewhere cosy with a lovely atmosphere. Brother Hubbard is just around the corner for me which I really enjoy. If I have a bit more time to spare, I’ll cycle to The Fumbally.

No morning is complete without an epic coffee. I grab mine from…

I did the social media for Coffeeangel which opened my eyes to the absolutely wonderful world of specialty coffee. I can’t choose just one spot in Dublin because we are lucky to have so many wonderful independent coffee shops, but some of my favourites would have to be Coffeeangel & Network. Not just for their phenomenal coffee but they have such friendly, talented baristas which make the whole experience an absolute joy.

I have to catch up on work so I work from…

My office is anywhere I can bring my laptop. I find the noises of a busy coffeeshop really soothing and helps me power through work, so I’ll go to somewhere like Wall & Keogh if I want to get my head down and not talk to anyone. If I want to be distracted, I’ll head to Network, you’re always bound to have the chats in there!

All that work has worked up an appetite so for lunch I head to…

Where I eat lunch really varies on the time of year. This summer we had such incredible weather I ended up getting taking away a box from Blazing Salads most days and eating it in the park. My favourite spot to eat-in right now is The Ramen Bar. There’s nothing like miso soup or a hearty ramen to warm you up on these miserable winter days!

I meet a friend with their kids so to keep ‘em entertained I bring them to…

I’m at the stage in my life where hardly any of my friends have children. I can’t wait til more of them do, because I am a massive kid so I’d be happy to do do whatever kids are into these days.

Next up, a spot of shopping. This means I’m straight in to…

Maria Tash. I could spend all my money in there.

I want to impress an out-of-town friend so I bring them to this Dublin hidden gem… 

It’s not necessarily a hidden gem but I would probably bring them to the Hideout for some BYOB & pool, with a healthy dash of competition.

This night calls for a drink so I bring them on a mini pub-crawl to three of my faves…

My local, the Bernard Shaw, No Name Bar & maybe Idlewild Bar.

Those drinks have got us in the mood for dancing so it has to be…

Izakaya!

All that dancing have worked up an appetite so, we grab some late-night eats in…

I love to devour a good Indian after a night of dancing, and Tandoori Bite on Richmond St is the perfect.

My favourite thing about the city is…

It doesn’t matter where you go, you’ll always bump into familiar friendly faces.

If I was a tourist in this city I’d definitely stay in…

I haven’t stayed there yet, but I do like the look of the Devlin which just opened.

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