3-5 Exchequer St Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2 00353 1 6706787
"gastropub, n. Brit. A public house which specializes in serving high-quality food."
Derived from "gastronomy", and first coined in when the first gastropub, The Eagle, opened in London, gastropubs always have an atmosphere which is relaxed, and a focus on offering an eclectic menu, prepared to the highest standards of the best restaurants.
Staying true to this format requires a menu that complements the assortment of wines, beers and cocktails that the gastropub has to offer.
Since opening our doors in October 2009, The Exchequer has gone from strength to strength. Awards for Best Gastropub in Ireland 2010 and Best Cocktail Experience 2012 and 2013, along with listings in Bridgestone's 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland guides in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and recommendations from Paolo Tullio and Lucinda O' Sullivan have propelled The Exchequer to the forefront of the bar and restaurant sectors in Ireland.
With two late night bars, lunch and dinner being served seven days per week, comfortable high seating, a funky dining room perfect for private functions and even a floating steel booth, we offer an environment suitable to any occasion.
Whether its a romantic meal with your loved one, dinner with family or friends, a casual snack, a corporate event or simply a few drinks and a good night out, you will be welcomed, appreciated and taken care of by people who are passionate about what they do.
An Bhialann Restaurant, 120 Renelagh, Dublin 6 is a Seafood and Steak Specialist. An Bhialann Restaurant is located in Ranelagh, on the South side of Dublin city. Enjoy succulent, mouth watering traditional Irish and world cuisine from the extensive menus in te new modern restaurant.
Remarkable food and outstanding service that one would expect of a 'fine dining' restaurant. The Difference? Casual and comfortable setting, no dress code and no waiting list. Good music sets the tone, everyone is welcome and pricing is reasonable.
The Exchequer Wine Bar, our second premises, opened its doors in Ranelagh in March 2014, staying true to our brand ethos of providing quality, value and most importantly, an accessibility to great food and drinks for everyone, no matter what your budget or your taste may be.
Our ten meter long food and drinks service counter is ideal for watching our chefs and mixologists in action, and with a first floor terrace with private dining area perfect for private hire, and a separate, heated, outdoor terrace, we have also brought the perfect al fresco dining experience to Ranelagh.
Just like our Dublin 2 venue, The Exchequer Wine Bar does not have airs and graces, and we are not food and wine snobs. We encourage you to relax, eat and drink good food, wine, cocktails and beer, enjoy good company, and to quite simply, enjoy your experience with us.
The Farm is owned and operated by an Irish family who have been involved in the hospitality industry in Dublin for 40 years. The decision to open Farm came about by the obvious requirement by the public for better, healthier, and traceable fresh, organic food. Having thought about this and discussed it at length for what seemed like an eternity it was decided that the Farm concept would become a reality, with our mission statement as “Affordable, tasty, homemade and locally sourced. As much organic and or free range as we can, healthy vegetables and fresh herbs”. This mission statement has served us well and the Farm has been warmly embraced by locals and visitors alike. We have an extensive lunch and dinner menu, daily specials and an Early Bird menu everyday. Much of our produce comes from organically certified Irish producers. We spend much time developing our menus changing them frequently to ensure that we always have a nice or different dish to offer our many regular customers. The Farm also has a children’s menu, developed using the opinions of “consultant” children of friends and family to ensure that we got it right. The result being that we serve Organic chicken nuggets, organic pasta and even an organic 5oz Sirloin steak to our quite discerning young ladies and gentlemen when they visit. Here at the Farm we serve a range of organic wines, beer, organic soft drinks, organic tea and organic fair trade coffee. Even our milk is organic! The Farm is OPEN seven days a week serving a full menu throughout the day. Come in and see us when you can, you will be made feel very welcome! Our sister restaurant Farm, 3 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, opened in 2007, and they would love to see you too!
FARM restaurants are Irish owned, family run restaurants in the heart of Dublin, Ireland. We opened Farm, 3 Dawson Street in 2007, near to Trinity College , the Lord Mayor’s Mansion House , Grafton Street, Dáil Éireann (the Irish Parliament) and St. Stephen’s Green. Farm, 133 Upper Leeson Street opened in the Summer of 2012, and is also a short and lovely walk from St Stephen’s Green. Farm 133 Leeson Street is a Georgian building with lovely views of Christ Church, Leeson Park, and close proximity to some of Dublin’s finest residential areas and the beautiful Grand Canal.
We love Irish food and ingredients. Our menus take inspirations from some far-flung destinations, but we source locally as many of our ingredients as possible, and a large proportion of our meat, vegetables, and other ingredients are organic – free from GM, artificial additives, fertilisers, growth promoters and herbicides. We believe that this is better for your health, better for the environment, better for farmers, and more delicious! We display certificates from all of our organic produce suppliers. Many gluten-free and vegetarian options are available.
We are delighted that many of our customers are regulars – from business-people who want more than a mass-produced salad and sandwich for lunch, to couples lingering over a romantic meal, from families with high-chairs and high-spirits to old-friends re-uniting in Dublin after years apart. All are welcome at Farm restaurants.
We are pleased to accept reservations. Farm 133 Upper Leeson Street has a private dining-room available for up to 30 people. Farm Gift Vouchers are welcomed.
Farm, 3 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, is open from 11am until 11pm.
Farm, 133 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4 open from 11am until 11pm and offers a take-away/delivery menu and, at the weekend, a brunch menu full of favourites.
8am - 6pm
9am - 6pm Tel: 01 2200000
Open Mon – Fri
7.30am – 4.00pm. Tel. 01 642 44 44
Hatch Street (Station Building)
Mon – Fri
7.30am – 5.00pm.Tel. 01 411 29 46
Lord Edward Street
Mon – Fri 7.30am – 7.00pm
Sat – Sun 9.00am – 7.00pm Tel. 01-4758800
With a passion for fresh, homemade delicious food in unique and beautiful locations, Peacockgreen was created. Our very first Peacockgreen is tucked away in one of Dublin’s Georgian Houses on Leeson Street. The second Peacockgreen to join the family is located only a stone throw away from the historical Christchurch Cathedral on Lord Edward Street. Our third & largest addition is housed in one of the old Train Vaults of Harcourt street. The newest addition to our growing family is the atmospheric Merrion Road branch which is based in a gorgeous two storey Victorian House. These wonderful locations, with their extremely stylish interiors, will sweep you away to another time & place that somehow still feels incredibly familiar.
We pride ourselves on the atmosphere we create and we are sure that you will feel right at home in our comfy setting. We believe that everybody deserves a great tasting meal prepared fresh everyday, created from only the finest ingredients at an affordable price - and we think that you would agree.
Our Passion for food
Everyone deserves a deliciously satisfying meal. Whether you want to start your day off right with a nutritious healthy breakfast, fill up for lunch to get you through the rest of the day, or just catch up with a friend for Afternoon Tea with a sweet treat - we have it all. All of our food is prepared daily from only the freshest ingredients. All our recipes have been tried and tested by our loyal customers. We keep the ones that you, the customer, love the most, but we also like to tweak with old recipes to keep it new and exciting. So come on into Peacockgreen and see for yourself the delicious fare we have on offer. See you soon…..
Here at Peacockgreen we put great efforts into our coffee preparation. We aim to serve only the best tasting cup from the 1st sip to the last drop. Our coffee beans are specially chosen ourselves and hand-roasted to order. We have our own unique House Blend which originates from Brazil, Papua New Guinea and Guatemala. This gorgeous blend of ours will hit your palette with notes of milk chocolate and a hint of blackcurrant.
Each month, we also feature a new exciting Guest Bean. We love to impress you coffee aficionados out there by expanding your coffee experience with single-origin beans from all corners of the globe…
We make a point to serve only the best teas, sourced from around the world. With our unrivaled selection of over 40 different specialty teas to choose from, we have a tea to suit any occasion. Weather you are looking to detoxify your body, aid digestion, to relax & calm yourself, or just to enjoy a nice cuppa – we've got just the tea for you.
All of our teas & their ingredients have been carefully sourced from all over the world. Real fruit pieces, flower petals and liquorice root are just some of the ingredients that contribute to our intense aroma & flavour. You can enjoy any of our teas in store or you can purchase them to be taken to the comfort of your own home. All of our stores are also equipped to sell everything you need to brew your own top quality tea at home.
At brasserie sixty6 restaurant in DUblin, our aim is to bring an innovative accessible menu of the highest quality food and an expertly chosen wine list to our diners in funky, stylish surroundings, all at a reasonable cost to you.
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And we take our food very very seriously. All our food – everything – is cooked to order. And our expert chefs use only the finest ingredients, sourced locally from the most reputable butchers, fishmongers, green grocers, artisan bakers, and internationally from carefully sourced specialist food suppliers.
Our beef is hung for 21 days for optimum flavour and tenderness, while our poultry are reared on only natural foods, and our fish and seafood is bought fresh - every single day - from the markets. Our vegetables come fresh from the markets daily, and are washed and prepared by us in our kitchens.
And that’s why our rib eyes, our homemade sausages, our calamari, our succulent chickens, our monkfish, our Alfredos, our risottos, our homemade chips, our salsas, (to name just a few!) all taste so good.
Our guarantee to you: brasserie sixty6 uses only the finest and freshest ingredients in the preparation of our food.
The difference is on the plate.
Voted one of the top restaurants in Dublin for food, service, atmosphere and value by reviewers on Menupages.ie
Located a hop, skip and a jump from Grafton Street, there’s a simple idea behind Fallon & Byrne and it’s this. We believe in wonderful food, fine wine and great company, all spread over four floors in a unique, heritage building. Widely regarded as Dublin’s foodie mecca, Fallon & Byrne is THE place to consummate your love of all things delicious.
The ground floor Food Hall has the best in local, artisan produce, world foods and a superb deli and coffee counter. A contemporary, brasserie-style Restaurant is housed upstairs where light streams through tall windows into one of the city’s most handsome rooms. And in the basement, the Wine Cellar is stocked with wines from every corner of the globe, all of them eminently quaffable.
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M.J.O'Neill's is a notable bar and restaurant in central Dublin. It has occupied 2 Suffolk Street and adjacent buildings, continuing round the corner into Church Lane. It is claimed there has been a tavern on the site for some three hundred years. From 1875 it was owned by the Hogan Brothers, until M.J. O’Neill bought and renamed the premises in August 1927.The part in Church Lane was the site of a printing house, where William Butler published The Volunteers Journal and the Irish Herald in 1783, and in 1789 Arthur O’Connor published The Press, supporting Wolfe Tone’s republican views.The corner structure is an impressive four-storey, vaguely of the Arts and Crafts Movement, red-brick and early twentieth century, with prominent Tudor-style projecting bay windows. There is a fine decorated iron three-dials clock on the Suffolk Street frontage. The building is protected and in a conservation area. Now, opposite the Dublin Tourist Centre, it is a fixture on the tourist trail and pub crawls.The house has a mixed clientele. It is directly opposite Andrew Street Post Office, and near the shopping centre of Grafton Street. The discreet Church Lane door is convenient for the Bank of Ireland and other financial establishments in College Green. It is also the pub nearest to the Front Gate of Trinity College, Dublin and therefore attracting Arts undergraduates and academics. The original structure was divided into definite areas: a “cocktail bar” in the corner for the gentry, a public bar off Suffolk Street, and a back bar. In recent years the next-door premises in Church Lane have been added, as a carvery, and the interior has been opened up. A small snug, immediately inside the Church Lane entrance, was the significant venue for the “Fabians” of the early 1960s and for later left-wing students from Trinity College, Dublin.
is one of Dublin’s most famous and historic pubs. Centuries of Dublin history surround the world renowned O’Neill’s. Just around the corner from Trinity College and Grafton Street, O'Neills provides a welcome haven from Dublins bustling streets. With live music every night, a full carvery , a sandwich bar, a whiskey bar and a roof terrace smoking area not to mention one or two 80" screens, whatever you are looking for, you will probably find it here.
Here is where you can get REAL Irish Gourmet Burgers! All our beef Burgers are 7oz (that’s 200gms) patties made from quality
young heifer meat under 20 months old supplied by a Master Butcher.All of Bobo’s meat is 100% Irish and fully traceable, and we NEVER use Frozen Meat!
McSorleys Ranelagh opens 7 nights and opens late Thursday Friday & Saturday till 2.30am. We have a huge selection of beers, wines by the glass and spirits. We have recently introduced a range of craft beers such as O'Haras pale ale, Galway Hooker, Creans, Trouble Brewing to name but a few. We intend to increase our selection of world craft beers shortly.
McSorleys has 12 HD TV screens where you can watch any sport from Rugby to darts and everything in between. McSorleys has an excellent smoking room which has just been renovated recently and dont forget our famous Ken Doherty snug!
We also have a bar food menu with food available from 5pm each evening. (Food not available Mondays)
Wednesday night we have our craft beer night. All craft pints only €4!
Thursday night is quiz night at McSorleys from 10pm. The quiz is free to enter and is a smart phone quiz where everything is done through your phone so no cheating!
Friday & Saturday night McSorleys dances the night away till the wee hours with DJ John!
McSorleys also caters for party/group bookings. For reservations contact Michelle on 087 2742739
Small, intimate, perfect for a casual date or a quiet chat with your friends.
We serve a large selection of wines by the glass from France, Spain, Italy and Portugal. Wine lovers won't be disappointed.
Palombini coffee and delicious cheeseboards are served until 11:00pm every evening in a relaxed atmosphere, with a very eclectic music that goes from oldies and smooth soul to electro-swing and down tempo.
Live Music has a new home in Dublin at The Bowery in Rathmines.
Based in the bustling bohemian area in Dublin City it’s a unique, dedicated live music venue and Rum bar. We’re very passionate about our music and you can tell. We’ve everything covered from Rock ’n’ Roll to Ska, Acoustic to Funk and loads of special guests. We’ve also got some of the best DJ’s Dublin has to offer. Imagine being in the “bowels” of an 18th Century boat and you’re half way there. With the finest wood panelling from the local convent, port holes from the decommissioned Irish Naval Ship Le Setanta and floorboards from the Bolands Mill.
We’re “Hot” according to The Irish Times.
Lovin’ Dublin love the Nautical feel.
Hot Press are excited about “Dublins brand new music venue.”
Anyway enough of our waffling, you need to come in check us out, listen to some music and grab yourself a Rum Cocktail. As we like to say live long and Rock ’n Rum.
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Toast Cafe Bar is a relaxed venue where you can enjoy a large selection of Craft beers and a delicious meal. We have established a reputation for our delicious food and signature cocktails, which are enjoyed in a warm & cosy atmosphere.
Where friends meet friends.
Music every Sunday evening 6-8pm.
Lunch served Mon-Fri 12-3pm.
Watch all Premiership Soccer in comfort on our choice of screens.
Deals of the Month:
Wine of the month €12.50
3 bottles Coors/Miller €10
All mixers €2 when you buy any spirit
Tastefully redecorated by Máire Ní Mhaolie & Geoff Carty in October 2013, The Headline has been given a new lease of life. With a focus on Irish brands, our aim is to provide the highest quality products available, and we can safely say you won't be stuck for choice.
All our Taps run either Irish Craft Beer or Premium imported beer. We also offer a range of Premium Irish Whiskey. Currently we stock the largest selection of Irish Craft Beer on tap in Ireland, with tutored beer tastings available for groups.
Our cosy atmosphere and comfortable seating is ideal for for all sizes of groups from couples to large parties, and we take reservations. Don't hesitate to call us if want to organise an event, but allow for some T&C's.
Our second floor bar is open from Wednesday - Saturday and is ideal for large groups.
Food is served 7 days from 4 pm - 10 pm Mon to Friday, and from 3pm - 10 pm Sat &1pm Sun with 2 course lunch from 1 - 5 pm Sat & Sun
Bookings Taken T&C's
Since reopening its doors late 2012 after an extensive renovation, The Odeon Bar has quickly built a reputation for being the go-to venue for evening drinks in the capital. Following extensive renovations, the new Odeon burst back onto the scene with the promise of good food, good drink and a good time, in delectably decadent surroundings.
Open from 12pm Monday to Friday and 4pm Saturday and Bank Holiday Sunday, the Odeon on Harcourt St. provides the ideal excuse for a spot of lunch, an after-hours aperitif with the boss, casual cocktails over a weekend catch-up or a quiet glass of vino in the library.
Boasting a drinks menu from your dreams, The Odeon’s skilled bar tenders guarantee a tipple for every taste. You could start with their signature cocktail, Lana Turner – the perfect pick me up after a long day. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can try a Monica Bellucci, or South Side Swizzle.
It’s not all cocktails at dawn in the Odeon either. If you’re feeling peckish, the inspired menu will leave you pining for more. Priding themselves on a delicious selection of dishes from lunch through to dinner, the chefs at The Odeon have devised an innovative and foodie-friendly list of palette-pleasing treats.
From venison and juniper burger to a Superfood Salad and from open sandwiches to salt & chilli squid, this sumptuous selection will not disappoint. Not to mention, the ridiculously irresistible Odeon’s chocolate pecan brownie served with homemade whiskey and brown bread ice cream.
Nestled like a hidden gem behind the beautiful pillars of the old Harcourt Street train station, The Odeon has maintained its authenticity and affinity to a byegone era. With framed pictures of screen icons like Bridgitte Bardot adorning the walls and a 30-foot marble bar, the venue has a distinct air of old-Hollywood glamour and luxury. Wood panelling and mirrored walls add to the indulgent setting, where you can find yourself perched upon a tall bar stool, nestled in a comfy padded booth, or relaxing with friends on a luxurious Chesterfield sofa.
Adding to the vintage-glam ambiance of The Odeon is its uber-stylish interior. While rich tones like gold, copper and red dominate the decor, the splashes of vibrant fuchsia and yellow create a fun, inviting atmosphere. Boasting four separate bars in the venue, with one leading to a fully heated outdoor smoking area, you’re never far from the crowd. If you book a private area for a function, you and your party will spend the night on a suitably exclusive elevated mezzanine with private bar.
Open 6 days a week with some of Dublin’s top DJs every Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Sunday, The Odeon provides a brilliant backdrop for any soirée big or small. For private parties take a look at the 2014 renovation of the upstairs bar with exclusive access, own rest rooms, full bar that holds up to 200 guests.
Start your evening in style, whittle away the hours over drinks, or host a private party - whatever you choose, The Odeon delivers.
The Pembroke is an eccentric destination in the heart of Dublin serving up the best cocktails and the finest food around.
The kind of place where you can hang out with friends day or night with a frothy coffee or quirky cocktail. Come in for lunch or dinner and try our unique and tasty menu - all food is locally sourced and everything is homemade where possible, including the dips!
Expect eclectic décor, a throwback to old media, a shiny new coffee machine, hand painted cups, and contraptions behind the bar that you never knew existed.
Located on Pembroke Street Upper, just off the bustle of Leeson Street and around the corner from Stephens Green, we really are based in the heart of Dublin City.
We are famous for our cocktails so get ready to be wowed by the team of mixologists as they push the boundaries of the Dublin drinking scene.
"Flannery's on Camden Street offers a lot more than the look of it imagines. It is open late at the weekends and gets well packed out early. Service is quick, nonetheless, no mean feat considering the amount of people they cram in..."