The Smithfield & Stoneybatter area is one of Dublin’s hidden gems, just a stones throw from the city centre.
Combining the best of old and new Dublin, this exciting and historic area of the city has it all. Whether you’re looking for great restaurants, a place to stay, tourist attractions, a drink in some of our famous bars or a day out with the family, you will find it all in Smithfield & Stoneybatter.
Some of Dublin’s most vibrant bars can be found here, and there are restaurants and cafes that cater for all tastes. Throughout the year markets spring up along with festivals and other unique events.
Smithfield and Stoneybatter are well serviced by Dublin’s best public transport, so no matter where you need to get to, you’re never far away.
So, come and visit for yourself and get acquainted with Smithfield & Stoneybatter, the beating heart of Dublin city. Check out our map of the area.
Smithfield & Stoneybatter are easily accessed by public transport from Dublin city centre. The Luas red line tram stops at Smithfield and Museum, with Stoneybatter’s Manor Street just a short walk away from either stop. From Temple Bar walk over any of the Liffey bridges, turning left when you reach the Luas track. Smithfield & Stoneybatter are also accessible by bicycle, with two DublinBike stations in Smithfield Square and another on Blackhall Place.
This website is sponsored by the Smithfield & Stoneybatter Business Association. If you run a business in the area and would like to join the association please contact us.
Aerial VIDEO of the
Smithfield & Stoneybatter area in Dublin