The Ilac centre is a northside shopping complex built in the 1980's. The complex is impressive and has a lot to offer to the shoppers. With its wide assortment of boutique outlets along with a fast food restaurant, gift shops, a library and even a little chapel to soothe your nerves after a tiring day of sightseeing, this centre has all that it needs to boast about.
Located in the heart of the city, this 1980s vintage (but in the process of modernisation) centre is home to a huge number of shops spread over several one level malls, which between them host an enormous selection of products and services.
Roches Stores, Dunnes Stores and Easons bookshop are a few of the outlets that Ilacs centre boasts about. The Roches Store has an entrance in the Ilac Centre which has lots of things to be proud of. The first hot vending food outlet in Ireland Grab & Go, can also be found in this shopping centre. Hot and Fun Swiss retail outfit, Tally Weijl has recently opened at the Ilac. Besides these, Ilac features a library, a chapel and lots of boutique outlets all under one roof for the convenience of its customers.
This northside shopping complex includes budget boutiques, fast food restaurants, outlets, gift shops and a number of other facilities to cater to all your needs. Tucked away in the centre is a little haven of peace, a little chapel where after a hectic day of shopping on Saturdays you can relax your nerves.
The first floor of the building is occupied by Dublins most comprehensive library, The Central Library. So after a hectic day of shopping and sight seeing, why not indulge yourself in an informative activity. The library also offers a wide range of services from language learning, computer to providing music and a business library.
If a good book or a good meal is unable to satisfy you, Ilac has a little chapel where you can enjoy some tranquility and peace.