26 Reasons Dublin's Northside Beats Its Southside
Raised or live north of the Liffey? You'll get it.
First things first: There's more bang for your buck on the northside.
And everyone know that Howth > Dun Laoghaire.
We have the best street art.
The cinemas on the odd-numbered side are just better.
And besides, BOD is one of us.
Talking of which, DCU is great.
Everyone knows that Barrytown rules Dublin.
And that Chapter One is superior to basically all southside establishments.
There's not a southsider out there who'll be able to find a better pint of Guinness than one from The Gravediggers.
There's no denying that Tamangos is where the gang goes.
Or that McGowan's in Phibsborough is a great spot.
And Beshoff's is an absolute northside classic.
Talking of classics, pretty much everyone got the wear at least once in Barcode.
But it's not only our drinking spots that win; our shops beat southside's too. Maureen's is a Stoneybatter institution.
And Capel Street is a treasure trove of randomness.
Arnotts is undoubtedly the city's greatest department store.
Actually, Henry St kicks Grafton St's ass in general.
Moore Street is where it's at for fruit, veg, and meat.
Talbot Street is a vintage shopfront paradise.
But most importantly, the original (and best) Penneys lives on DNS.
We're closer to Ikea on the northside.
And Clery's Clock will be a meeting spot for ever.
We have some excellent date spots.
Like The Cobblestone.
And Malahide Castle is an awesome dog walking spot.
And besides, all the best celebs are all northsiders.
Face it: Life's just better on Dublin's northside.
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