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Sneak away to Dublin with the one you love.

Dublin is the perfect place to escape for the weekend. It’s an even more perfect place to fall in love all over again. Maybe that’s why Irish eyes are always smiling. Spend two or three days with the one you love here and we’ll bet you leave with a little gleam in your eye!

Seeking a little action and adventure?

Enjoy a kayak ride on the Scioto with Olentangy Paddle! Take in the scenic views as you float down the Scioto River. Want to work on trust exercises with your loved one? Hop in a canoe and test your balance! Olentangy Paddle also offers bike rentals, special event trips and guided tours throughout the season.

Bottoms up.

The Celtic Cocktail Trail highlights the best of Dublin dining and craft cocktails with an Irish Flair. You’ll sip on a delicious beverage at each of these uniquely Dublin Celtic Cocktail destinations and redeem great prizes! Complete 5 trail stops and take home a commemorative koozie. Complete all 14 stops and score an exclusive Celtic Celtic Cocktail t-shirt! Nothing says I love you like matching t-shirts!


Wine and dine in Downtown Dublin.

From hand-cut steaks and seafood on Tucci’s patio to the Asian-inspired creations of Chef Liu at J. Liu’s, to well-executed, authentic ramen at Fukuryu Ramen, and of course, Irish pub fares at the Dublin Village Tavern, Downtown Dublin is a foodie’s playground.

If you’re looking for modern Italian in an upscale setting, Mezzo offers inspired cuisine with vibrant local flavors in unique pasta dishes, seafood, pizza and more. If you love a covered terrace and fire pit seating with a view, you’ll love The Avenue. Located in Bridge Park West, this all-occasion steak tavern serves fine steaks and tavern fare and brings it when it comes to ambiance.

Whether you want quiet and quaint, or something more social with live entertainment, the options are endless.


Please don’t go…

Without making plans to come back. If you like golf, we suggest you book a few days during the Memorial Tournament. If you want to feel the Irish love, you won’t want to miss the Dublin Irish Festival the first week in August.