Best of Dublin Awards
The Best of Dublin 2015 awards took place on Wednesday the 27th May. Over a staggering 466,000 people across Dublin voted for their favourite businesses in town.
Hundreds of people attended the 98FM Best of Dublin Awards where twenty awards for the city’s best hidden gems, people and businesses were handed out. The award ceremony was presented by 98FM’s Adrian Kennedy & Jeremy Dixon and a host of top personalities from the station.
Winning what could be debated as the ultimate award, The Confession Box walked away with the “Best pint in Dublin“ award. The well deserving pub is located off O’ Connell Street where you are guaranteed the best pint in Dublin in an authentic and cosy pub frequented by local Dublin regulars and many repeat visitors from afar.
Troy’s Butchers, Moore Street was awarded “Best Butchers” in Dublin on the night where well deserving winners have been serving Dublin with great value top quality meats for over 100 years. The family run business is known for its friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere supplying Dublin with the best Irish meat on offer.
It is no doubt that Brasserie sixty6 walked away with the award for best restaurant in Dublin. With its stylish and laid back vibe this little Dublin gem plays attention to detail with every dish, providing exceptional food The restaurant use an accessible menu of the highest quality food and an expertly chosen wine list to diners in its funky, stylish surroundings, all at a reasonable cost making it hands down, the best restaurant in Dublin.
Complete List of Winners 2015
Best Street Performer – Keywest
Best Venue – Tallaght Theatre
Best Place To Work – O’Reilly Transport
Best Shop – Noel’s Deli, Meath Street
Best Butcher – Troy’s Butchers, Moore Street
Best Barber/Hairdresser – Hairlough Barbers, Clondalkin
Best Restaurant – Brasserie Sixty6, South Great Georges St
Best Beer Garden – Old School House, Swords
Best Local Sports Club – Darndale Boxing Club
Best Night Out – Club 92, Leopardstown
Best Gym – BK Fitness, Ballymun
Best Chipper – Vincenzos, Drimnagh
Best Pint – The Confession Box, Marlborough Street (Same as last year)
Best Coffee – The Hungry Bear, Tallaght
Best Breakfast – Simply Delicious, Foxrock
Best Bus Driver – Caroline Glennon
Best Bartender – Dionne Curtis, Kealys of Cloghran
Best Morning Person – Ruth Scanlon
Best Dub – Rhona Gallagher
Best Taxi Driver – Paul Cullen