ASADOR

ASADOR’ A Spanish word meaning barbecue, grill or spit. ASADOR Haddington Road opened its doors in November 2012 to great critical acclaim. The idea behind ASADOR is simple; take the best meats our fields can provide, the freshest seafood…

LE BON CRUBEEN

This is one of the best value restaurants in Dublin with a brasserie menu to suit all tastes. It won the Best Value Restaurant Dublin in “The Dubliner” Top 100 restaurants in 2012, having previously won the Irish Restaurant Awards’ Best…

The Front Door

One of Galway city’s most popular watering holes, The Front Door is a contemporary Irish bar with a late bar, live music and an extensive drinks menu. Located in Galway’s bustling Latin Quarter and spread across two floors The Front Door…

Sin É

Sin É on Ormond Quay is Dublin’s original late night alternative music venue. Whether it’s bluegrass, ska, alternative rock or open mic night’s that you’re looking for, Sin É caters for a range of eclectic tastes. The staff are warm and…

The Celt

Situated on Talbot Street in the heart of Dublin, The Celt Bar is always thronged with locals andvisitors thanks to the authentic Irish experience that is on offer there. Visitors can sample the finest Irish whiskeys, beers, ales and stouts…

LA RESÉRVE BRASSERIE

La Resérve is a lively and intimate French Brasserie that serves a modern take on French classics. They focus on simple yet high quality dishes, presented with precision and faithful to true avours. Open for dinner, brunch and lunch -…

SALAMANCA

Located on Andrews Street, near the new home of the Molly Malone statue, Salamanca was one of the first Tapas Bars in the city and remains one of the best. Their Tapas dishes are served by authentic Spanish chefs and they use only the…

CHEZ MAX

Feel the spirit of France right here in Dublin! Chez Max on Baggot Street is renowned for its outside seating area. There is smart garden at restaurant level as well as sizable terrace on the upper level. The outside areas are well-heated…

Street 66

Street 66 is a new bar/venue, tucked away in the heart of trendy South Dublin on Parliament Street, just two minutes walk from Temple Bar and Dublin Castle. A great place for lovers of disco, funk and soul, and reggae with a wide selection…

Davy Byrne’s

This famous old pub is steeped in history and has strong literary connections. The pub is famously mentioned in James Joyce’s Ulysses and Joyce was a regular patron when he lived in Dublin. Davy Byrne’s literary connections would continue…

The Olympia Theatre – Once

Over the last five years, the musical has played on Broadway and across America, in London, Seoul, Melbourne and Toronto but only this summer will this quintessential Dublin story have an all-Irish cast for the very first time. Featuring a…