TRADITIONAL IRISH PUB 

Traditional Irish food – coddle and brown bread, bacon and cabbage, cockles and mussels and fish and chips - is being reinvented by Dublin’s chefs to bring these warming dishes upmarket and up to date for 21st century food lovers. Using high-grade ingredients and incorporating new techniques the dishes are getting an unmistakably modern twist while staying true to the humble heritage of the simple ingredients.

TEMPLE BAR FOOD MARKET (STREET FOOD)

Temple Bar Food Market at Meeting House Square in the heart of Dublin city centre is the place to be on Saturday from 10am-4.30pm. Come and meet the passionate Food Market traders on hand every Saturday to tell customers all about their produce, how it was made and the very best way to cook and eat it.

THE GREENHOUSE (MICHELIN STAR)

Situated on Dawson St., just off St. Stephen’s Green, The Greenhouse is a unique restaurant of understated luxury. The Greenhouse are passionate about creating simple menus with exciting and distinctive flavor combinations using the very best quality natural ingredients in season and using Irish produce where possible.

DUBLIN BAY (SEA FOOD)

Dublin Bay is famed for its prawns and mussels. Seafood chowder with brown bread makes a warming and tasty meal.

BUTLER’S (CHOCOLATE CAFÉ)

Butlers Chocolate Cafés offer a diverse range of hot and cold coffee drinks to enjoy in house or takeaway, including lattes, cappuccinos, and mochas, as well as their famous and award winning Butlers Hot Chocolate, made with their secret chocolate sauce recipe! All hot beverages are served with a complimentary chocolate.
Butlers Chocolates make the perfect gift, be sure to pick up some chocolate chocolate treats from the wide and delicious range.

CHAPTER ONE (CONTEMPORARY)

Chapter One Restaurant located in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum on Parnell Square in Dublin’s city centre, is the ideal place for the perfect luxurious and relaxing pre-theatre meal experience. The cooking style has a strong French influence with a good sense of Irish authenticity through the use of locally grown organic and artisan produce. Since opening in 1992, Chapter One has been the recipients of numerous awards for both service and food.