Located on the sixth floor of The Mayson Hotel is Ryleigh’s Rooftop Restaurant, with outdoor terrace. Take in the panoramic vista of the Dublin Mountains, the River Liffey, the city centre and even as far as Dun Laoghaire on a clear day! Comfy leather clad booths line the windows, an open kitchen and grill adds a sense of theatre to the room, floor to ceiling windows make the most of the views and the only walls in the room are clad in beautiful veined marble. Ryleigh’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner all week and is the ideal spot to grab a bite with family and friends. The dinner menu features tasty options such as Pan-fried Scallops and Shredded Duck Salad to start, a selection of dry aged Irish steaks for main (Striploin, Delmonico, T-Bone, Centre Cut and Tomahawk Ribeye for two) cooked over our charcoal grill, Crisp Skinned Sea Bass and delicious desserts such as Caramel Cheesecake and Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Elephant & Castle is located on the ground floor of The Mayson Hotel. It’s interiors pay homage to the original warehouse with exposed brickwork and timber ceilings, floor to ceiling crittall windows and bespoke wall lights. A beautiful large island bar is the centrepiece of this space, with specially commissioned hand-crafted stitched leather panels. It is a local gathering place for family and friends, neighbours, concert goers and colleagues. With an innovative menu that brings together old world flavours and contemporary international cuisines. Each and every plate is packed with fresh, honest, tasty food, created with the very best Irish produce. Try our world famous chicken wings or one of our juicy homemade burgers and much more. Guests can also enjoy a drink or a nibble on the outdoor original truss roofed courtyard with three-storey living wall.
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The Gibson Hotel right beside Dublin's 3arena. Overlooking Point Square, this is an unbeatable dining spot to soak up the concert buzz. Short stroll to Aviva Stadium and super convenient to Croke Park too. Hemidemisemiquaver bar serves cocktails and delicious informal dishes 7 nights a week. Coda Eatery is a stylish yet informal spot, Home to First Dates Ireland. Coda aptly takes it's name from Led Zeppelin’s final studio album, and like its namesake is pretty legendary too! Coda Eatery open dates are subject to demand, for more information please contact the hotel on 01 681 5000.Coda Eatery is available for private bookings and large functions too. Dinner in Dublin? Please follow us to your seat...
Located in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands, The Green Room Bar is the perfect spot for some of Dublin’s tastiest food and delicious drinks. The modern bar boasts a large heated beer garden with friendly staff and great service.The Green Room is the perfect venue for all types of events from dinner and drinks with friends, to 80th birthday parties.
The Bottle Boy began life in 1860, and was primarily known as a Spirit Grocers. A quirk of a Spirit Grocers was that you couldn’t sit down and beer was sold in bottles brought to you by The Bottle Boy. Whilst we’ve retained tonnes of the original detail – like the cornices, fireplaces, flooring – we’ve added in cosy snugs and lots of seating, perfect for a pint of plain. So why not grab a pre-gig or pre-show drink at The Bottle Boy before attending a gig at 3Arena or a show at Bord Gais Energy Theatre.The Bottle Boy is a proper pub with snugs, open fire, a courtyard – and a barbers. The Green Dolphin Barbers are set up and on hand for a blade, a fade or whatever you’re having yourself.
The Ivy Collection has crossed the Irish Sea to open its first international brasserie in the heart of Dublin at the new landmark building of One Molesworth, Dawson Street. The Ivy Dawson Street brings a touch of Ivy magic to Ireland, offering effortless glamour and a varied mix of classics and locally inspired dishes.
Welcome to Mackenzie's. Whatever the taste, whatever the occasion, Mackenzie's promises something for everyone. Open Mon-Thurs from 12pm – 3pm for our Lunch Menu and again at 4pm – 9pm for our Dinner Menu on Friday 12pm-3pm for our Brunch Menu and 4pm-9.30pm for our Dinner Menu. On Saturday open 10am-3pm for brunch and 4pm-9:30pm for dinner and Sunday 10am-3pm brunch and 4pm-8pm dinner.Mains range from woodfired pizzas, pasta, burgers, ribs and steaks to seafood and salads. Choose from a mouth-watering selection of hearty and comforting desserts with an equally diverse drinks menu, choose from a range of creative cocktails and wines with vegan options available on tap. Celebrating a no frills menu big on taste and designed to be enjoyed with groups of family and friends… however big or small. Pre Theater menu strictly runs from 4PM-6.30PM on show nights. Brunch is served Friday to Sunday please check menu times and opening times.
FIRE is located in the heart of Dublin city centre on the popular Dawson St. Offering an unforgettable dining experience in Dublin's most historical dining room along with exclusive private dining options. Soaring 19th-century ceilings, stained glass windows and bronze sculptures are just a few elements of this magnificent dining space.FIRE also offers 'outdoor dining' on our incredible fully enclosed, weatherproof and heated terrace overlooking the beautiful Lord Mayor’s Garden.We pride ourselves on creating menus around locally sourced Irish produce. Firmly committed to supporting sustainable local produce we serve the finest selection of meats and produce that Ireland has to offer. Our concept is very simple, take Ireland's finest raw ingredients and use original recipes to create exceptional dishes.
The story of food is the story of friendship. When you combine Irish conviviality with the irrepressible Italian nature, it’s always going to be a good thing. Chefs Ross Lewis and Luciano Tona have been friends through Michelin starred food, and tall tales, for many years. At Osteria Lucio they unite their love of Irish and Italian food with the very best of produce, from both countries.