Gourmet Burger

  • Welcome to Bobos...

    Bobo's is a neighbourhood diner, where you can get Real Gourmet Irish Burgers!

    Here at Bobos Burgers we're all about...well...The Burgers. We spend time to create Gourmet Irish Burgers that tantalise the tastebuds and pride ourselves on the quality of the produce we use. Everything on the menu is carefully selected to deliver the highest quality to your plate and palate.

    While it is well known that the 'first bite is with the eye' we extend this to the decor to create a unique dining experience in Dublin. Far from just another burger restaurant we are dedicated to making the atmosphere and the food in sync.

    Since opening the first Bobos on Wexford Street Dublin we have expanded onto Dublin's premiere boulevard Dame Street and since July 2016 have opened our first restaurant on the Northside of the Dublin's City Centre located @ 74 Middle Abbey Street just off O'Connell Street.

    All beef burgers are 7oz ( 200g ) patties made from top quality prime young Heifer meat under 24 months old supplied by a Master Butcher.

    100% Irish and fully traceable. 100% Irish Bord Bia quality assured Chicken born & reared in the Glin Valley. We NEVER use frozen meat.

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    Opening Hours

    Abbey Street Opening Times:

    Monday - Sunday 10am - 10pm

    Dame Street Opening Times:

    Sunday - Thursday 10am - 10:30pm Friday - Saturday 10am - 11:30pm

    Wexford Street Opening Times:

    Sunday - Wednesday 12pm - 9:30pm Thursday - Saturday - 12pm - 3:30am

    Contact Details

    74 Middle Abbey Street,

    Dublin 1

    Telephone: 01 538 0800

    50-51 Dame Street,

    Dublin 2

    Telephone: 01 538 0100

    22 Wexford Street,

    Dublin 2

    Telephone: 01 400 5750

    http://www.bobos.ie

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  • BuJo Burger Joint, neighborhood burger joint on Sandymount Green. Grass fed chargrilled burgers is our thing...Follow us on our better burger adventures.

    "Sandymount is actually an inspired choice as besides being one of the most desirable places to live in the country thanks to its proximity to the beach and the city, it retains a self contained sleepy air, helped by the fact that it is not a place people drive through like Ranelagh or Rathmines.

    BuJo is a long diner style restaurant with booths, stools and chairs and attracts a young crowd so inevitably the music on the tannoy was upbeat dance music, ‘techno-lite’ would be my best attempt at a definition but surprisingly I barely noticed as the sound of happy diners all around faded the muzac into the background.

    There are no waiters in BuJo so once you have placed your order at the counter you take a seat with a nifty little electronic device that buzzes and bounces around the table to alert you when your order is ready.

    The standard BuJo burger costs €8 and is thankfully a rather joyously simple affair with two beef patties, cheese, pickles, BuJo sauce in a brioche bun with the option to add tomatoes, extra cheese or bacon. The bread holds, the meat is beefy and juicy with just enough texture, the fillings are balanced and well judged.

    The summer special Piquanté Burger (€10) with Cooleeney farm Tipperary Brie, charred baby gem lettuce, beechwood smoked rare breed bacon, Sriracha Mayonnaise, and Piquanté cherry peppers was arguably even better with just enough spice and a big punch of added character from the bacon to elevate it further.

    Best of all was how the Piquanté matched with the seasonal beer — a Ranchero Smoked Ale from Wicklow Wolf.

    Malted barley for the beer was smoked over beechwood giving the beer a distinct smoky bacon flavour balanced with a rich maltiness and good balance from the hops.

    Staff were cheery and pleasant and the atmosphere is enjoyable and convivial and the burgers are excellent, every suburb should have a BuJo."

    Restaurant Review, The Irish Examiner

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    Opening Hours

    Open 7 days

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  • The Wild Duck is the ever changing cultural forum where you never know what's next! We're Dublin's most exciting new theatre, music and food venue. A fusion of old Ireland with a contemporary retro flavour, you will be transported back to a time when laughing out loud with strangers over a pint was the norm, Johnny on the piano belting out a few tunes and a Wild Duck 'dog' in your hand.

    Renowned Restaurateur and actor, Gary Whelan is leading the sailing of this ship to funky lands afar. Rocking the boat already with The Dalkey Duck in South County Dublin, this new city centre Temple Bar venture is going to be the hottest spot for all music, theatre and food lovers.

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    Opening Hours

    monday to sunday 12 pm til late

    Contact Details

    THEATRE BAR AND LIVE MUSIC VENUE

    17/20 Sycamore Street,

    Dublin 2

    Phone - 01 535 6849

    Email - hello@thewildduck.ie

    http://www.thewildduck.ie

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  • TriBeCa in Ranelagh in Dublin 6 is a family-friendly restaurant serving quality food for lunch, brunch and dinner seven days a week.

    Founded by Trevor Browne and chef Ger Foote, TriBeCa is renowned for our chicken wings, burgers and steaks, but we also do a range of other tasty dishes to suit all palates.

    Coupled with a superb wine list and the best cocktails around, there’s something for everyone in TriBeCa . . .

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    12pm - 11pm

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