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  • Aqua Restaurant offers a truly unique dining experience.

    Travel just 25 minutes outside of Dublin City Centre or from Dublin Airport to discover Howth, a picturesque fishing village. The harbour offers a gorgeous respite from the City hustle and bustle during the day, and at night is lit up with returning fishing boats delivering their catch to local restaurants.

    Aqua sits at the very end of the West Pier in the first floor of a building that in a former life belonged to Howth Sailing Club. From the dining area you can enjoy through floor to ceiling windows, the panoramic view across Howth sound to the island of Ireland’s Eye, a magical island both visually and historically. The views are truly legendary and mentioned often in reviews of Aqua! From the east facing windows of the restaurant the full splendour of the harbour, the marina, and the working fishing pier can be enjoyed.

    The bar at Aqua is cosy, with deep window-seats and black-framed charcoal drawings by local artists. It is a true haven to enjoy a pre or post dining drink. The only challenge is to rise from the couches and continue on your journey! We look forward to welcoming you to Aqua at our home in Howth!

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    Day Lunch Dinner
    Monday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Tuesday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Wednesday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Thursday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Friday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Saturday 12:30 - 15:30 17:30 - 22:00
    Sunday & Bank Holidays 12:00 - 17:00 17:30 - 20:30
    Closed Mondays in Winter months

    Contact Details

    1 West Pier, Howth, Dublin 13

    Telephone: 00353 1 832 0690

    www.aqua.ie

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  • Botanic House reopened in July 2018 and offers classic food & drink in a warm convivial atmosphere.

    A hugely popular spot with locals, serving delicious food seven days a week.

    Located only 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and 10 minutes from both the city centre and Croke Park, Botanic House is within walking distance of The National Botanic Gardens and Glasnevin Cemetary Museum.

    The atmoshere is relaxed and our helpful, friendly bar staff will ensure a warm welcome and excellent service.

    Outdoor seating and large groups catered for too!

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    Mon-Thurs: 4.00-11:30pm,

    Fri: 4.00pm-12.30am,

    Sat: 12.00pm-12:30am

    Sun & Bank Holidays: 12.00-11:00pm

    Food Served:

    Mon-Fri: 4.00-10.00pm

    Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays: 12 midday-10.00pm

    Contact Details

    26 Botanic Road,

    Glasnevin,

    Dublin 9

    Tel: 01 830 7396

    info@botanichouse.ie

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  • Here in Brookwood we serve the finest steaks, seafood & cocktails across three floors of dining.

    Steak perfection takes time

    All of our beef is sourced from the finest Irish Black Angus herds.  Our butcher uses traditional dry ageing methods and hangs our beef for a minimum of 35 days.  This dry ageing process creates a far superior depth of  flavour.  This is achieved in two ways, firstly the process removes moisture from the meat creating a greater concentration of flavour and secondly the natural enzymes break down the muscle and tissue resulting in a far more tender piece of meat.  

    Steak perfection!

    Have a drink from the bar

    To complete your Brookwood experience, our expert bar tenders are always on hand, ready to serve you the finest cocktails made from the best of ingredients.  We also have a fantastic range of Irish craft beers and our wine list has been lovingly created with something for all tastes buds.

    So when you come to Brookwood get ready to sit down, relax and enjoy!

    Private Dining

    The Club Room is what makes Brookwood so special. Situated on the top floor, there is no other private dining room like it in Dublin. This luxurious room has been designed to the best possible standard. The room features a Bang & Olufsen 50" flat screen TV and music system, perfect for presentations or any sporting events. Exclusively to our Club Room guests we offer a premium bottle service and a private waiter who will ensure you a top class experience no matter what the occasion. This room is perfect for business presentations, matchday meals, family gatherings, or simply just great food and drinks with friends.

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    Monday - Thursday: 12pm to 2:30pm & 5:30pm to late

    Friday: 12pm to late

    Saturday: 5pm to late

    Sunday: 1pm to 8pm

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  • About Us

    Dockyard No.8 is a Cafe and Restaurant in Bray Harbour, Bray, Co.Wicklow.
    Since opening our doors on 2nd July 2014 we have been serving delicious Coffee, Breakfast Lunch & Dinner.

    We have a casual walk in policy so we don’t take bookings during the day. If we are ever full when you arrive we will take your number and suggest a stroll around the beautiful harbour. As soon as a table becomes available we will give you a call.

    Our Food

    Brunch, Lunch and Dinner!

    Brunch is a selection of staple favourites, gourmet made to order sandwiches and our own homemade chowder.

    Dinner in our Bistro three nights a week also boasts delicious local produce – be sure to check the specials board, there’s always something exciting up there.

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    Due to restrictions as a result of COVID 19, we are operating a take away service for the foreseeable future and our opening hours are as follows:

    9am to 4.30pm daily, 7 days of the week

    Contact Details

    Dockyard No. 8
    8 Dock Terrace,
    The Harbour,
    Bray,
    Co. Wicklow

    Phone: (01) 276 1795
    Email: info@dockyardno8.ie

    http://dockyardno8.ie/

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  • Established in 1798, Johnnie Fox’s is one of Ireland’s oldest and most famous traditional Irish pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the 'highest' pub in Ireland.

    Guests from all over the world have set on a journey through the Dublin mountains to discover the quaint charm that lies behind the doors at Johnnie Fox’s. The setting is just like you have been invited to a 19th century rural Irish home, with food and service to 21st century standards.

    Live music and entertainment have always been a trade mark of Johnnie Fox's and can be enjoyed seven nights a week and during the day time every weekend and bank holiday Monday’s. Top Irish musicians from around the country entertain you with Irish music and Irish ballads with guests raising their drinks, tapping their toes & some even dance on our flagstone floors.

    Johnnie Fox’s is one of the most famous pubs in Ireland. Famous at every corner of the globe for its unique location but also so much more; it has global recognition for atmosphere, history, food quality, quirkiness, authenticity and service.

    "There are no strangers here, only people who have not yet met”

    Come and see the famous Johnnie Fox's Irish Dancing 'Hooley Show'

    €55 per person

    The "Johnnie Fox's Hooley Show" is famous throughout Ireland and abroad for its originality and unique atmosphere that cannot be found anywhere else. Our guests are treated to a four-course meal where they can savour our various award winning seafood dishes as well as our general cuisine. The meal is followed by a live music session where our top acts play lively Irish music, ranging from traditional and folk, to ballads and sing along pieces.

    The music session is followed by the Johnnie Fox's famous Irish dancers, who provide a spectacular performance. Their show has been choreographed by Joey Comerford and has been described as one of the best 'Cultural Shows' in the country.

    Feast on dishes from our award winning kitchen - Seafood & European Cuisine

    The majority of ingredients for the restaurant are sourced locally, from high-quality “farm to fork suppliers”. Great food comes from great ingredients, and it is for this reason that customers are drawn to Johnnie Fox’s year after year. The menu offering boasts classic Irish dishes along with impressive seafood dishes and a few modern favourites for balance.

    Our guests are treated to a four-course meal where they can savour our various award winning seafood dishes as well as our general cuisine. The meal is followed by a live music session where our top acts play lively Irish music, ranging from traditional and folk, to ballads and sing along pieces.

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    Monday to Thursday - 11.00 to 23.30 hrs Friday & Saturday - 11.00 to 00.30 hrs Sunday - 12.00 to 23.00 hrs Bank Holidays - 11.00 to 23.30 hrs

    (Note: Johnnie Fox's is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day)

    Contact Details

    Johnnie Foxs Pub,
    Ballybetagh Road,
    Glencullen,
    Dublin 18
    Tel: (01) 295 5647

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  • Howth’s Premier Seafood Restaurant with Seaview Accommodation

    Celebrating 40 years, the MacManus family have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood & hospitality in their harbourside restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth.

    Panoramic sea views, the lapping of water, the sounds of the sea birds...only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport and 25 minutes by DART into Dublin.

    Fresh fish landed daily on the Pier, lobster caught by our own fishermen is a particular favourite. Superb wine list.

    Now with our East Café Bar for casual dining & outdoor terrace. No need to reserve – just come along!

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    Dinner: Wed-Sat from 6.30pm, Sundays 1.00-5.00pm

    East Cafe Bar: EVERY DAY 10.30am till late

    Contact Details

    King Sitric Fish Restaurant & Accommodation, East Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin

    Tel: 00353 1 8325235 Email: info@kingsitric.ie

    www.kingsitric.ie

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  • VISIT LINNANE'S

    Linnane’s Lobster Bar is located in the heart of the Burren, County Clare. Take in the fantastic views of Aughinish & Galway Bay while surrounded by sea and limestone landscape. Watch as boats come and go from the Pier at New Quay, fishing for the shellfish that can be served straight to your table. Built over 300 years ago to function as a post office and public house the building has remained at the centre of the New Quay community for generations. In recent years an extension was built onto the back opening up some wonderful views of the bay.

    DINE WITH US

    When visiting the Burren, Linnane’s Lobster Bar is a must for lunch or dinner. We serve food with an emphasis on fresh local produce, sourcing from within the Burren where possible. We are known for our seafood but we cater for all tastes. Eat on the terrace during the Summer while the sun is shining and watch the boats come and go or come inside and cosy up beside the fire when Winter sets in. Whatever the weather, a trip to the Burren is not complete without a visit to Linnane’s.

    THE FLAGGY SHORE

    The Flaggy Shore, located a short walk from Linnane’s is one of nine sites of geological importance that forms the basis of the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher (UNESCO Global Geopark). Famous for its limestone pavements, fossils embedded in the rock, including sculptured rocks along the shore called ‘biokarst’. A paved road runs along the shore making it ideal for walkers of all ability and age. The Flaggy Shore is an ideal place to find clues about where the ancient ice sheets came – and in what direction the glaciers moved. The clues can be found by looking at the rocks along the shore and identifying the odd one out. Most of the cobbles and boulders along the shore are grey limestone rocks, but some are glacial erratics of other rock types, such as granite or sandstone.

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    Restaurant Monday to Sunday serving food from 12:30pm to 9:00pm daily. Bar Monday to Sunday, serving drinks from 12:30pm till Late.

    Contact Details

    Linnane's Lobster Bar,

    New Quay,

    Co. Clare,

    H91 NWX6

    Tel: (065) 707 8120

    http://www.linnanesbar.com

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  • A place to be truly social. Our chic Lockside Bar/Social offers casual dining with a twist.

    Clayton Hotel Charlemont finds the perfect medley between hustle and bustle and wine & dine right in Dublin’s city centre with its spectacular eatery; Lockside Bar/Social.

    Overlooking the iconic Grand Canal in Dublin 2, Lockside Bar/Social is Dublin City’s meeting point where guests can indulge in tantalising plates bursting with flavour along with the finest of wines and the most delicious cocktails.

    Want to make a night of it? Clayton Hotel Charlemont offers a delicious ‘food lovers’ package for all you foodies out there. The package includes an overnight stay, five smalls plates to share and a glass of wine per person served in Lockside Bar/Social not to mention a sumptuous Vitality breakfast the next morning.

    Contact res.charlemont@claytonhotels.com for further information or visit https://bookings.claytonhotelcharlemont.com/offers-hotel

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    Monday - Sunday

    12.00pm - 10.00pm

    Contact Details

    Clayton Hotel Charlemont Charlemont Street Dublin 2

    Tel: (01) 960 6700

    https://www.claytonhotelcharlemont.com/dining/

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  • Matt the Thresher is a bright stylish seafood restaurant with a fully licenced bar located in the city centre, within the heart of Georgian Dublin, between Fitzwilliam Square and Merrion Square only a short stroll from St. Stephens Green. We specialise in fresh wild Irish seafood but we have an extensive menu with something to suit all requirements. Matt’s has a grand bar boasting a full range of local and international beers & whiskeys, a fine cocktail menu along with a well-sourced comprehensive wine list.We have a wonderful team providing the very best in Irish hospitality and food, all of whom look forward to welcoming you. We are open 7 days, serving food and drink until late.

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    Breakfast

    Lunch

    Dinner

    Mon–Fri

      10:00–11:45    

      12:00–17:00    

      17:00–21:45

    Sat

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      12:00–17:00

      17:00–21:45

    Sunday & Bank Hols

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      12:30–17:00

      17:00–20:45

    Contact Details

    Located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, just off Baggot Street near St. Stephens Green.

    31-32, Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2.

    Phone: (01) 676 2980

    Email: mattsdublin@gmail.com

    http://mattthethresher.ie

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  • OCTOPUSSY TAPAS IS A BIG FAVORITE AMONG LOCALS AND VISITORS TO HOWTH. SITUATED ON THE WEST PIER, THE RESTAURANTS SUCCESS HAS BECOME SOMETHING OF A PHENOMENON. THERE ARE MANY REASONS FOR THE POPULARITY. FRESH LOCALLY SOURCED PRODUCE, AWARD WINNING CHEFS, AMAZING SERVERS AND STUNNING VIEWS PROBABLY HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT.

    Octopussy’s seafood is supplied by “Dorans on the Pier”, our own fish shop next door. Dorans is run by three brothers, all fishermen with more than 50 years experience among them. Dorans is supplied by a fleet of fishing boats operating out of Howth. It really doesn’t get any fresher!

    Octopussy’s award winning chefs and knowledgeable servers ensure that the food you order is cooked and served by people who love what they do and are as passionate about food as you are! These factors led to the 2014 Certificate of Excellence with TripAdvisor and explain why we are constantly at the top of the rankings. Keep up to date with what we are doing and what people are saying about us on TripAdvisor,  Facebook and Twitter.

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    Opening Hours

    12:00pm - 9:00pm

    Contact Details

    West Pier,

    Howth,

    Co Dublin

    Tel: 01 839 0822 

    http://www.octopussys.ie

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  •  Located in the heart of Temple Bar, we specialize in fresh fish, delivered daily by local suppliers and we guarantee to always have the finest quality available. Our seafood cuisine is characterized by the simple quality of the catch.

    We place our orders during the night, directly from the port where the fish is delivered to ensure we always get the freshest product available. The Rosa Madre philosophy is all about the quality of the ingredients.

    Our speciality is fresh Calamari and Gamberi served with spicy spinach or the Carpaccio di carne Scottona. We also have a great selection of salami and Formaggi D.O.P. (Culatello, Burrata, Bresaola di Bufala). For Pasta why not try our Lobster tonnarelli or our Ravioli al Tartufo made by our Chef from Pesaro, Francesco Mambelli.

    “Lately, I’ve been charmed by Rosa Madre in Crow Street, it is buzzy and authentic. The cured beef was in absolutely prime condition.... Rosa Madre is as Italian as Ferrari” - Ernie Whalley, Sunday Times

    “There’s a level of easiness about this place, the lighting soft: the waiter is so authentically Italian he could be out of a Fellini Movie” - Tony Clayton Lea, Irish Examiner

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    Opening Hours

    Monday - Saturday: 5 - 11pm Sunday: 5pm - 10pm

    Contact Details

    7 Crow Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

    Telephone: 00353 1 5511206

    www.rosamadre.ie

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  • SOLE Seafood & Grill encapsulates the true taste of Ireland in the heart of Dublin, offering the ultimate dining experience for any occasion. A restaurant like no other; the chic interior is complemented by a stylish bar and tasteful food and drinks menu. Enjoy a warm Irish welcome at SOLE Seafood and Grill where the pleasure of fine wine and great food meets. From shore to soil, provenance is paramount in producing a menu full of show- stopping dishes such as the Captain’s Seafood Platter; a two-tier shared tower of grilled Irish lobster and steamed Roaring water Bay mussels, plus fresh oysters, prawns and Howth smoked Irish salmon, served with Guinness brown soda bread and traditional seafood accompaniments and sauces; or the Sole Meunière; a whole Dover sole, which is filleted at the table for you. Whatever the occasion, whatever your needs, we can assure you a memorable night of luxury and laughter at SOLE.

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    Open late 6 nights a week.

    Monday-Saturday from 5pm.

    Open for lunch on Fridays and Saturdays.

    Contact Details

    South William Street,

    Dublin 2

    reservations@SOLE.ie + 353 1 544 2300

    http://www.SOLE.ie

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  • Traditional Irish bar & seafood restaurant in the heart of Howth village

     Great Music~Great Food~ Great Craic

    A warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and interesting bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone age… these are just some of the features of “The Bloody Stream”, one of North Dublin’s most atmospheric and popular bars, where the byword is hospitality. Add to this the Mediterranean-style beer garden, live music every weekend and an extensive menu of fresh seafood and other delicacies and you have a special venue indeed.

    Located just below the Howth DART station, its live music and late night bar create a real party atmosphere that’s proven a major attraction for locals as well as those travelling from Dublin city centre. In the heart of the picturesque town of Howth and its impressive harbour, The Bloody Stream has plenty of parking nearby and is especially popular among tour groups. It’s the perfect spot for those looking for great food and drink in pleasant surroundings, with that indefinable “craic” usually in evidence for good measure!

    Whether you’re a fan of traditional Irish, Jazz, Blues or mainstream popular music The Bloody Stream always has something different to offer, and its beer garden is the perfect place for a summer afternoon’s listening to good sounds and enjoying a drink. The Bloody Stream caters for tour groups visiting Howth, private and corporate parties, and all social and sporting events.

    History of The Bloody Stream

    The Bloody Stream is named in honour of The Bloody Stream over which it is built. In August 1177, during the second Norman invasion, a heavy battle took place near here between the forces of Sir Almeric Tristram (said to have been a descendent of one of the knights of King Arthur’s Round Table and whom took over command from Sir John de Courcy on the expedition’s arrival at Howth, who was unable to leave his ship) and the Danes, who were occupying Evora Bridge at that time. Inevitably the fighting produced blood, some of which found its way into the little stream that has been known as “The Bloody Stream” ever since.

    Early bird is available 12-9pm Monday to Thursday

    Daily Specials €10.95 Monday to Friday

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    Howth Railway Station,

    Howth,

    Co Dublin

    Tel: +353 1 839 5076

    Email: info@bloodystream.ie

    http://bloodystream.ie

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  • Established in 1980, The Lobster Pot Restaurant is surely one of Dublin's best kept dining secrets, blending an old world charm with intimate surroundings. Feel the warmth of our greeting and allow us to make your dining experience memorable.

    For over 35 years now we have prided ourselves on a commitment to hard work and high standards, bringing together a wealth of knowledge in our staff while listening throughout to you, our patrons. We give nod to a subtle French style of cooking, preferring simplicity to over complexity, allowing the freshest of ingredients and blends say it all. 

    With elegant energy, the Lobster Pot is a place of serenity and hospitality. An open fireplace, polished brass and warming hues and tapestries, set the scene in this friendly, family run, silver service restaurant.

    We have an extensive selection of seafood sourced daily, Irish meats, free range poultry and game when in season. We have assembled an impressive wine list and offer a full licensed bar.

    Whether it’s the horseshow or convention at the RDS, an international at the new Aviva stadium, or a show at the nearby Grand Canal Theatre, come visit us, we are a short stroll away.

    ... and thank you for the opportunity to live out our passion. Bon appétit !

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    Early Bird Set Menu: Mon-Fri 6:00pm-7:30pm Dinner: Mon-Sat 6:00pm ~9:45pm Early opening on request for local events.

    We are closed Sundays.

    Contact Details

    9 Ballsbridge Terrace, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

    Tel: 00353 1 6680025

    Email: info@thelobsterpot.ie

    www.thelobsterpot.ie

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  • The world famous Shelbourne is a timeless landmark in the heart of Dublin.

    Overlooking the magnificent St. Stephen's Green, it is only a few minutes walk from Dublin's most famous landmarks as well as the key shopping and cultural areas of the city. The connection to Ireland's capital runs far deeper than just location.

    Founded in 1824, The Shelbourne is a place where history has been made, the Irish Constitution was drafted, literary masterpieces were penned and society was shaped. This outstanding hotel has been dramatically restored to its full original splendor in recent years. Take time to write your chapter in this iconic properties extensive history.

    The Saddle Room

    The Saddle Room encompasses the cherished traditions of dining at The Shelbourne, developed over generations. Reassuringly timeless, with an atmosphere of grandeur and comfort, it strikes a balance between formality and relaxation. A lavish menu inspired by the classics and served with all the theatre and flourish of old-school Irish service.

    A lavish cheese trolley. A pre-ordered roast of black leg chicken for two. A sumptuously traditional Beef Wellington carved table side. Dining in The Saddle Room is what The Shelbourne has always been designed with the guest's enjoyment first and foremost in mind.

    Executive Head Chef Garry Hughes and his devoted team have created a series of seasonal menus which pay homage to the grand culinary history of The Shelbourne and celebrate the most spectacular and delicious local produce of Ireland.

    Capable of seating up to twenty guests, The Saddle Room's private dining rooms offer all the comfort, style and old-world service of The Saddle Room but in an intimate and private setting.

    The Lord Mayor's Lounge

    Luxurious, lovingly restored, and sparkling with light, Ireland's most historic drawing room looks out over the grandeur of St. Stephen's Green. From bright morning meetings and the cherished traditions of Afternoon Tea to dinner and drinks for residents late into the evening, The Lord Mayor's Lounge is a quietly opulent space designed for delight.

    No. 27 Bar & Lounge

    The social capital of the Irish capital and the beating heart of the hotel, where Dublin society gathers to raise a glass and raise their spirits. Sparkling cocktails and precise pints served with style. A menu of elevated bar classics and fresh Irish seafood served with casual elegance. No.27 Bar & Lounge is the place to see and be seen.

    The Horseshoe Bar

    A distinctive Dublin treasure. A warm and intimate bar for a perfect pint of plain, a beloved local whiskey or a well-built martini. The atmospheric Horseshoe Bar is a destination, an institution and a living history of Irish society. Hosting Ireland's most fascinating characters since 1957.

    1824 Bar

    If The Shelbourne itself had a snug, this might just be it. A luxe, intimate, and sophisticated atmosphere with low lights, rich wood panelling, and a host with the arcane knowledge to navigate 1824's vast hand-picked list of top-shelf whiskey, Champagne, wine, and premium cocktails.

    The Terrace

    A hidden, unexpected and enchanting open-air space within the hotel which blurs the distinction between indoors and out. The Terrace is sheltered from the elements but open to the sky, with broad canopies, heaters, and an open fireplace to extend the season. A fine wine list and sharing platters featuring exceptional Irish ingredients.

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    The Saddle Room:

    BREAKFAST

    Monday - Friday: 6.30am - 10.30am

    Saturday - Sunday: 7.00am - 11.00am

    Bank Holidays: 7.00am - 11.00am

    LUNCH

    Monday - Saturday: 12.30pm - 2.30pm

    Sunday Lunch: 1.00pm - 3.30pm

    DINNER

    Daily: 5.30pm -10.00pm

    Pre Theatre Dinner served: 5.30pm - 6.45pm

    Table d'Hote Menu served 6:45pm - 10.00pm

    No. 27 Bar & Lounge:

    BREAKFAST

    Monday - Friday: 10.00am - 12.00pm

    LUNCH & DINNER

    Monday - Sunday: 12.00pm - late

    LATE BAR

    Monday - Tuesday until 11.30pm

    Wednesday - Thursday until 12.30am

    Friday - Saturday until 1.30am

    Sunday until 11.00pm

    The Terrace:

    Monday - Sunday: 12pm - 8pm

    Food Served until 7pm every evening

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  • The Anglers Rest is the perfect place to enjoy a cosy evening beside the fire or al fresco dining in our sunny terrace. Open from 12 noon daily with fine food & live traditional music 7 nights a week!

    One of Dublin’s best known and most inviting restaurants, The Angler’s Rest offers an extensive menu and top-class cuisine in the welcoming ambience of its French threadbare-style and elegance. Originally built as a hotel in 1865 and used by honeymooning Dubliners, it has always been called The Anglers Rest and is still serving great seafood to this day.

    Just a 10-15-minute drive from Dublin City Centre, this landmark establishment in the seclusion of the Strawberry Beds – next door to the Phoenix Park – has a history that stretches back to Cromwellian times and the famous patriot Michael Collins. It has long been considered as his the favourite watering hole and for anglers fishing along the banks of the adjacent River Liffey.

    Today, the tradition of great food and drink continues with a strong culinary reputation, including the freshest seafood landed by Wrights of Howth, and a wide selection of national and international brands of beers, wines and spirits.

    The charming Sackville Terrace is renowned for summer dining, while the ‘Salmon Room’ can cater for intimate private dining, and the stylish upstairs Phoenix room – with a capacity of up to 150 – is perfect for weddings & other special events.

    Its picturesque location next to the banks of the Liffey at the Strawberry Beds and its reputation for fine food has made The Anglers Rest an increasingly popular and alternative venue for weddings.

    Our stunning 1st floor Phoenix Room is the perfece venue for your wedding, birthday or other celebration, catering for 35-150 people.

    Anglers Rest History

    The Strawberry Beds 1600AD. Previously this road was the main road to the West, on which Oliver Cromwell’s army marched in 1641. During the 1919-1922 period, Michael Collins would meet his Dublin Castle spies in this pub. In one of these meetings he was handed a list of names & a photograph of a group of enemy agents.

    The Guinness family have long been associated with the Strawberry Beds area. It was famous for its strawberries, hence the name and also for its fresh water springs. If you listen you can hear the river Liffey flowing, which runs adjacent to the pub.

    In 1840, it was known as Kellys Anglers Rest & in 1899 it was known as Doyles Anglers Rest. Since 1999 it has been Wrights Anglers Rest which people know and love today.

    Early Bird served Monday to Friday, 12 to 7pm:

    2 Courses €23 / 3 Courses €29.50,

    3-course for two + bottle of house wine €76

    Enjoy the very best in traditional Irish music from The Asgards embracing a catalogue of Irish song, guaranteed a night of ceoil agus craic!

    Take a 360 tour of The Anglers Rest https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=HZLLH9Lkh2M&qs=1

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    Restaurant Sunday to Wednesday: 12pm to 9pm Thurs, Friday & Saturday: 12pm to 10pm

    Bar Mon-Thurs: 12pm to 11.30pm Friday & Saturday: 12pm to 12.30pm Sunday: 12pm to 11pm

    Bank Holiday Sundays Food served until 10pm Bar open until 12.30am

    Contact Details

    Anglers Rest,

    Strawberry Beds,

    Chapelizod,

    Dublin 20

    Phone: +353 1 820 4351

    Email: info@theanglersrest.ie

    http://theanglersrest.ie

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  • Howth’s most prominent iconic building is home to a contemporary bar and restaurant which features a selection fresh fish dishes in keeping with the famous local fish tradition.

    Wrights Findlater Howth is housed in a landmark building with a traditional red brick facade. It’s located opposite the Dart Station in the heart of Howth Village on Dublin’s East Coast. We offer the best views of the harbour with breath-taking views of both Lambay Island and Ireland’s Eye.

    It’s a unique venue, that offers a cosy bar on the ground floor, a stunning modern restaurant on the first, and a private function room with outdoor heated terrace on the second floor.

    So whether you join us for a pint, some dinner, or a private function, we guarantee you won’t want to leave.

    Our restaurant and 2nd floor bar are available for private functions, corporate events and weddings. Talk to our events team about the perfect package we can build for you. At Wrights Findlater Howth, the world really is your oyster.

    Enjoy quality wines, cocktails and a selection of Irish whiskeys. Ideal for all functions, weddings, christenings, birthdays you name it.

    Wrights Findlater offers the best views of Howth harbour and Irelands Eye across its three floors.

    Ground floor: A take on a Contemporary Irish bar, serving quality wines, cocktails and simple stylish food in a warm inviting Bar.

    First floor: Findlaters Restaurant, Howth’s finest eatery with spectacular views of Howth Harbour and Ireland’s Eye.

    Second floor: The Sky Bar, the perfect Function space for boutique weddings, coach tours, christenings, engagements parties and birthdays.

    Weddings @Findlater

    We are delighted to have won “Restaurant Venue of the Year” at the prestigious Weddings Online for 2019!

    The Venue

    Wrights Findlater is located over-looking the harbour in the picturesque fishing village of Howth, Co. Dublin.  We’ve a cosy and inviting bar on the ground level, modern restaurant on the 1st floor and private bar and function room on the 2nd floor. Upon arrival, your guests will be instantly captivated by the breath-taking views we have of the local coastline. We’re the envy of the town, as we’ve some of the most stunning views of Ireland’s Eye and Lambay Island.

    The Team

    We’ve a dedicated staff who will help guide and plan the perfect day. The beautiful Findlater building is owned and run by the Michael JF Wright Hospitality Group. Here in Findlater, we’ve specialised in events for over 7 years. The wedding team have years of banqueting experience. We’ll delight in providing you with all the expertise and assistance to ensure your big day is a memorable and pleasurable experience for both you and your guests.

    The Ceremony

    Join us on the outdoor heated terrace or the Sky bar for your nuptials.

    The Food

    As a long-established venue, we take huge pride in the food we serve at Findlater. We use only the finest and freshest ingredients, locally sourced where possible. Our executive chef has designed a menu that will have your guests talking about the food for months to come. Have your guests dine in our contemporary restaurant. We can comfortably seat 75 people here.

    The Party

    The uber chic Sky bar, with its outdoor heated terrace on the second floor, is the perfect place to host your wedding party. This is the perfect spot to watch the sun set on your first day as a married couple. We can comfortably accommodate 120 guests here.

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    Opening Hours

    Open daily: from Mon-Sat 11am, Sun 12pm

    Contact Details

    Wrights Findlater Howth,

    Findlater House,

    Howth,

    Co Dublin

    Phone: +353 (01) 832 4488

    Email: info@findlater.ie

    http://findlater.ie

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