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A photo of Vintage Cocktail Club restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(1805)
€€€€
• Modern European • Temple Bar
Booked 54 times today
VCC is a unique, multi award winning, exclusive dining and cocktail experience in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar. Walk through the cobbled stone streets of one of Ireland's most famous multi cultural vintage quarters in search of our secret door, on finding you will be rewarded with being transported back in time, engulfed in crushed velvet and candle light all whilst enjoying some of Ireland's best cocktails & small plates.
A photo of Krewe restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(1376)
€€€€
• Creole / Cajun / Southern • North City Centre
Booked 47 times today
Krewe is a brand new New Orleans Louisiana (NOLA) inspired bar and eatery located on Capel Street in Dublin city centre bringing the dirty south to the northside. Here at Krewe we are all about fusing the vibrancy, craic and soul of Southern & Irish hospitality. Perfect for any Krewe gathering.As they would say in New Orleans, 'Pass a Good Time' in our venue and soak up the atmosphere. Drop in for 'The Big Easy' lunch, or 'Eat Nice' with our Dinner menu, indulge in our cocktails like the Erin Rose or relax for a little longer at our soul train brunch at the weekends.Our Menu, created after a fun filled trip to New Orleans, takes inspiration from the flavour of Cajun Creole Cuisine while locally sourcing ingredients.So Round up your Krewe and 'Laissez les bon temps rouler'. Let the good times roll!There will be a discretionary Service Charge of 12.5% added to tables of 4 or more. House Rules: No under 18's are permitted on the premises after 7pm.
A photo of The Winding Stair restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(1403)
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• Irish • North City Centre
Booked 30 times today
The Winding Stair Bookshop & Café became a famous Dublin landmark in the 1970s and 1980s. Named after the Yeats poem and in honour of its winding staircase, it is overlooking the river Liffey, with an iconic view of the Ha'penny bridge. As a popular meeting place for writers, musicians and artists, it was a well known hub for debate and creativity with many poems written, novels penned and movies shot within its walls. In 2006, Elaine Murphy brought this much-loved spot back to life as a restaurant, championing seasonal, Irish produce. The bookshop, located on the ground floor, was retained, as were many of the old bookshelves, photos and memories. The room retains its timeless charm with stripped wood tables and floors, and Bentwood café chairs.The view remains as quintessentially Dublin as ever.The food is good, old-fashioned home cooking, with produce sourced from artisans within the island. Drink sare local and international craft beers & wines from stellar producers.
A photo of Bar Italia restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(893)
€€€€
• Italian • North City Centre
Booked 32 times today
Bar Italia is the perfect place to enjoy flavours of Italy while taking in the beauty of Dublin city. Serving fresh pasta, farm to fork steak, fresh fish and pinsa Romana a unique to Ireland 72 hours fermentation dough. Traditional dish feature in our menu along with intriguing modern specials using only the best of the Irish and Italian produce. Come inside and enjoy authentic dishes and genuine welcoming Italian service. we pride our selves with the best Italian wine list in Dublin with over 350 wines which 40 by the glass. Bar Italia the must-visit Italian restaurant in Dublin city. We look forward to welcoming you very soon!
A photo of The Woollen Mills restaurant
4.3
Awesome(943)
€€€€
• Irish • North City Centre
Booked 23 times today
The Woollen Mills has been one of the most iconic buildings and businesses in Dublin for over one hundred years, and to have taken over this site is a serious privilege. Much like our award-winning sister restaurant next door, The Winding Stair, we feel like we are custodians of something very special... a piece of history (James Joyce worked here, how unbelievable is that?!) and we must do it proud! Spanning over four floors and with a glorious roof terrace overlooking the River Liffey. The Woollen Mills is quintessentially Irish, local and of its locale. We want it to be an 'Eating House', a house of food, a place to grab a coffee and bun, a plate of Irish fish and chips, a place to score a casual bite befre the nearby theatres and cinemas or sit with seven courses of Irish antipasti, burrata, crab, lamb or cauliflower steak, overlooking the Ha'penny Bridge with a fine bottle of red or a craft beer. We hope we do it well.
A photo of Thunder Road Café restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1582)
€€€€
• American • Temple Bar
Booked 1 time today
Thunder Road Café is based in Dublin's Temple Bar. The themed restaurant has been serving American diner food for over 25 years. The restaurant bar offers a selection of live music on Friday nights, and an extensive drinks menu to match their colourful theme. Cocktails such as a Woo Woo and Strawberry Daiquiri have made it into the specials section. Food is served throughout the week and diners can enjoy a selection of traditional diner dishes with a European twist. A chosen few to mention from the menu are Buffalo chicken wings, an extensive Burger selection, as well as a choice of Steaks.We are now taking bookings for indoor dining only. Please keep in mind that during busy periods you must order a main course per person when you are dining here. Otherwise, our terrace area is open only for walk-ins everyday for a maximum of 4 people per table.
A photo of Elephant & Castle - Temple Bar restaurant
4.3
Awesome(681)
€€€€
• American • Temple Bar
Booked 41 times today
Elephant & Castle Prince Street opened in Lower Manhattan in ’73 across from St Vincent’s Hospital where George had worked as an oncologist since the 1950’s. After two decades of short lunch breaks where he could never get anything he wanted to eat, finally he retired to a life of eating everything he wanted to eat, in his own restaurant with a special name. His passion and obsession for quality was infectious and E&C became a New York classic within a few years. Doors opened in a very different and quiet Temple Bar in January 1989 and by Summer of that year the queues had already started for our fantastic food and spectacular atmosphere! Outside the world has greatly changed, but inside our swinging doors we try to keep things just the way they were.
A photo of La Caverna Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar restaurant
4.5
Awesome(606)
€€€€
• Italian • Temple Bar
Booked 24 times today
DEAR FRIENDS - BEFORE BOOKING PLEASE READ OPENING HOURS: Sunday to Thursday from 1.00 PM to 12.30 AM.Friday and Saturday from 1.00 PM to 1.30 AM.Last seating at 10.30 pmBOOKING POLICYDue to a very high number of No-Show Reservations in the past, for every booking, a deposit of €10 per person will be charged at the time of the booking.If you need to cancel your booking, we will require a minimum of 48 hours’ notice.The deposit will be deducted from your final bill or can be refunded to your card when you arrive at the restaurantThank you for your understanding and we welcome you warmly to our Restaurant.
A photo of Bovinity restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(103)
€€€
• Steakhouse • Capel Street
Booked 34 times today
Bovinity opened its door in June 2022. Located at 123 Capel Street, Bovinity launched as the only 'Steakhouse and Cocktail Bar’ North of the river. Perfectly capturing an intimate yet vibrant ambience, Bovinity created a cavern-style space for you to relax and enjoy. Irish ingredients are at the core of Bovinity creations, from succulent cuts to signature cocktails. Freedom is a choice when it comes to drinks, offering a wide range of cocktails, wines, beers & spirits. Now, what are you waiting for? It's time to #gathertheherd in the perfect #placetomeat. House Rules: Strictly no tracksuits.No minors are allowed on the premises after 6 pm. A service charge of 12.5% will be applied to bookings of 6 or more.
A photo of Happy Endings Street Food restaurant
4.3
Awesome(212)
€€€€
• Asian • Dame Street
Booked 20 times today
Happy Endings started out as a month long Pop Up Fried Chicken joint serving out of a hatch on Dorset Street in December of 2020. One or two pop ups afterwards led us to our first permanent location on Aston Quay. Located just beside Temple Bar we found our permanent home. Fried Chicken is our thing, and always will be, but we needed to add to that. A cocktail menu of contempary cocktails with a Happy Endings twist, giant cocktail buckets, super crisp world beers and small plates inspired from Street Food dished around the world, Happy Endings Street Food was born. With a very sustainable approach to design, all chairs and plates where sourced second hand, nothing matched. Unconventional, eccentric and unapologetic. The chaos was the charm really. Thats still the way today, but we love it. Constantly eveolving, you wouldnt know what you might see next, come check us out.
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