Grafton StreetGrafton Street is one of Dublin's most prominent shopping districts.
Popular Department Stores such as Marks & Spencers, Brown Thomas and BT2 and smaller high street chains including Vero Moda, Next, Oasis, A-Wear, River Island can all be found on Grafton Street. Up market stores such as Pia Bang, Reiss, Monsoon and Laura Ashley can also be found on this Dublin shopping street.
Grafton Street is an ideal place for buying footwear. Shoe-shops like Korkys, Zerep, Barretts, Nine West and Bally provide a wide range of quality shoes. For gifts, there's the Dublin bookshop, the Body Shop, Tie rack, the Dublin Jewellery institution that is Weirs, along with other jewellers like Ernest Jones, Gavronski, West and another branch of Fields. There's the Camera Centre and a Spectra Photo to get your pictures developed. If you've phone troubles, there are branches of O2, Vodaphone and Carphone Warehouse. There are three pharmacies including a Boots, various banks and a few newsagents.
The very popular St. Stephens Green Shopping Centre can be found at the top of Grafton Street. An ideal location for gift shopping, grabbing a bite to eat, spending a Sunday afternoon browsing, shoppers can find almost anything at the Green.
Just a few minutes off Grafton Street, shoppers will find Powerscourt Shopping Centre. This speciality shopping centre provides some great antique shops including Courtville Antiques, Silver Shop and Delphi Antiques. There is also a design center where some of Dublin's best fashion designers sell their work. Culture is also a very important aspect of this Georgian Shopping Centre. There are two art galleries and easy listening piano recitals are often performed. Powerscourt also offers a tour twice a week demonstrating what it would have been like to live in the eighteenth century.
A real shoppers paradise can be found at the bottom of Grafton Street. Avoca is a mini-department store on the bottom of Grafton Street. Avoca is a 7 level mini-department store with a colourful mix-match of men and women's fashion, kids clothes, household goods, aromatics, ceramics and lots more. And when your shopping frenzy ends, why not relax in the award winning Avoca Café.
Grafton Street is full of high street and upmarket shops, department stores and nearby shopping centres. It is the perfect place for window-shopping, enjoying a coffee in the flagship Bewley's and listening to street performers. Or if you are a die-hard shopper, this pedestrianised street won't let you down, providing some of the best shops in Dublin.
Stephens Green Shopping Centre
Powerscourt Shopping Centre