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Doyles CornerAddress: 160/161 Phibsborough Rd, Dublin 7, D07 R26N
Under new management since March 2018 , The iconic location in the heart of Phibsborough John Doyles Pub was rebranded as Doyles Corner. This however the just the beginning of a new chapter in the history of this iconic building. After a 5 month budget busting renovation Doyles reopened in July boasting 8000 square feet of pure splendour.
Oscars Cafe BarAddress: 6 Smithfield Square, Dublin, Dublin 7
The Vintage KitchenAddress: 7 Poolbeg St, Dublin, D2
Our policy is that we will confirm your booking 24 hours before arrival so please reply to email or phone to confirm your table as we cannot guarantee a table with out this confirmation. Please be aware we are no longer a bring your own restaurant. Tables of two we require 24 hrs cancellation period. Tables of four and over require 48 hours notice of cancellation, failure to do so will result in your credit card being used to take 2 courses payment for each person from the booking secured by credit card. We are a small restaurant and cannot …
Smoke BBQAddress: Fry House, Athlone, N37 K0F5
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
A first of its kind smoke house in the Midlands. We use traditional smoking techniques to acquire the deepest flavours that wake up those taste buds in a way you've never experienced. Located in the heart of the city. Our base of operations is located in the heart of Athlone in Fry House. Aptly named although Smoke House would have been sensational! We use only the best wood chips. There is only one way to do it and that's LOW N' SLOW.
The Cross GunsAddress: Butlerstown, Navan, C15C659
$$$ Top 10 Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room
UNFORTUNATELY WE MUST CLOSE OUR DOORS FOR A PERIOD OF TIME. WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING. Led by owner Dermot, our ambition is a simple one - to exceed the expectations every time. By working with local suppliers, and employing local faces to deliver the friendliest service he ensures that his customers come back again and again. Serving food from Thursday to Sunday, the traditional Irish Bar is also open on those days.