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Glasnevin Restaurants

The Washerwoman's Hill RestaurantThe Washerwoman's Hill Restaurant
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Irish | Glasnevin, Dublin 9

The Washerwoman's Hill restaurant is a neighborhood restaurant located in Glasnevin. The Washerwoman serves a selection of International and Irish dishes, such as a warming homemade soup with treacle bread and Washerwings. The Washerwoman is one of 3 restaurants - The Winding staircase and The Woollen mills, which are both located just next to the Ha'penny bridge. More

VagyaVagya
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Nepalese | Glasnevin, Dublin 9

The word "Vagya" means luck in Nepalese and here in Vagya we feel very lucky to offer you a dining experience that incorporates excellent food and attentive service. We have accumulated a wealth of knowledge from our diverse experience in distinguished restaurants around the world. Vagya has brought our team together and brought us to you.
Our mission is to provide our customers with the finest food and the best quality service in such a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere that they will always want to return. We aim to offer gourmet Nepalese and Indian cuisine at very affordable prices. More

Tolka HouseTolka House
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Irish | Glasnevin, Dublin 9

Tolka House, formerly The Bulls Head has been the main source of hospitality in the Glasnevin area since 1756. This fountain of allurement, once a hostelry, aquired its first licence in 1848, at the end of the Great Famine, under the ownership of Thomas White. An act of parliament in 1878 saw the National Botanic Gardens come under the patronage of the state who opened it up to the public. This was good news for Mary White's tavern. The name Tolka House first seen above the this door in 1883 under the new ownership of H. Briscoe. By 1901 Tolka House was under the care of the Ryan brothers. The electric tram then brought much business to Tolka House and The Botanic Gardens with its regular service from Nelson's Pillar. The tradtitional ethos has been retained in Tolka House as you now find yourself surrounded by raised levels and cosy corners.More

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