Downtown Dublin, GA is wide open, boasting nationally-acclaimed eats, eclectic local shopping, and abundant history. Experience the heartbeat of local love on the sidewalks of Dublin with sunny days, twinkling nights, and weekends filled with laughter and music—and, of course, delicious, local plates heaped with flavor.
Mouths Open Wide
While all of Dublin’s restaurants are worth a visit, we recommend starting with this award-winning selection:
Owner Rich’s Louisiana culture marries flawlessly with Southern cuisine at Company Supply. Chow down at the only oyster bar between Atlanta and Savannah, and sit back while you’re served the freshest talent on the local music scene alongside award-winning entrees.
Arrive hungry at this favorite dining destination in Downtown Dublin. Thanks in large part to firing up an authentic Italian brick oven, Deano’s Italian has been been ranked as a nationally-acclaimed pizza stop. House made sauces and Italian-inspired takes on classic food will have your mouth watering and taste buds singing that’s amoré.
Savor all the flavors of the ocean at Saltwater Fishery. Specialties like scored flounder with peach chutney and jumbo crab cakes will have you coming back for more. Sip under the open sky with a visit to the rooftop bar and lounge, The Flybridge, where live music and custom cocktails mingle with the downtown breeze.
Miller’s Soul Food has been welcoming diners for over sixty years, dishing up the ultimate meat & threes in Downtown Dublin. Celebrate the end of the week with weekly fish fry Fridays at this iconic Southern soul food destination.
Doors Open Wide
Play and stay in Dublin at these treasure troves of local artisanship and historic hospitality.
Get your artisan shopping fix at Established in Downtown Dublin. Fill your arms with locally-crafted trinkets and shopping baskets overflowing with handmade home decor.
The historic rooms at Page House Bed & Breakfast offer guests a convenient place to stay, just blocks from Downtown Dublin. Impeccably restored and furnished, Page House offers a glimpse into life in the Old South with plush slumbers and gracious breakfast choices.
Dublin Opens Wide
There is no shortage of ways to spend the day outside in Dublin, starting with these two unique outdoor experiences.
Hearts and minds open wide at MLK Monument Park which commemorates fifteen-year-old Martin Luther King, Jr.’s first speech, given in Dublin at First African Baptist Church. Step into history as the art of storytelling reveals four stories of the past, bringing the era of the Civil Rights Movement to life at the audio station installed within the park.
Enjoy the fresh air in Jackson Plaza, Downtown Dublin’s vibrant greenspace surrounded by lush landscape and burbling water features. Secret spices and scents of your favorite eateries fill the air from neighboring Deano’s Italian, Company Supply, and Your Pie, all of which are within steps of the plaza.