If you have booked with us and are staying in one of our apartments in the Dublin 4 area, we have complied a list of the best places to eat in that area. Our purpose is to support local businesses and offering you the chance to dine in some of Dublins finest restaurants. In this list we also aim to provide you with variety and are within walking distance of your apartment.
If you are planning your trip to Dublin soon please check out our recommendations of the best places to eat in Dublin 4:
The Chop House
Based on the Shelbourne Road in Dublin 4, the Chop House offers diners a new eating experience and food concept. Using the best of Irish produce, the Chop House creates dishes of the highest quality with meat the main ingredient. The Chop House famous ‘Meat Board’ showcases the best beef cuts and promises to leave you salivating.
The Chophouse Gastro Pub,
2 Shelbourne Road,
The Old Spot
Located in Bath Avenue near Dublin’s Aviva stadium The Old Spot is a classic Gastropub offering its patron’s high quality food, best wines, bespoke cocktails etc. and all within a friendly atmosphere. If you are planning to catch a match in the Aviva, The Old Spot is an ideal place to relax and have a pre-match meal and drink.
14 Bath Avenue,
Bar 51 is based on leafy Haddington Road, right in the heart of Dublin. This modern and spacious establishment is a well-known place for rugby enthusiasts to meet friends for a drink and food before kick off. Whether you fancy a Carvery lunch or an evening meal, Bar 51 caters for all meal occasions. From Monday to Saturday between 5pm and 9pm, a meal with a pint or glass of wine or soft drink is €12.
51 Haddington Road,
The Oarsman is a true hidden gem in Dublin’s Ringsend. Known for its tasty fish dishes, the Oarsman is a place we recommend to visit if you are in this part of Dublin. You can be sure that their friendly staff and a warm atmosphere welcomes you.
8-10 Bridge Street,
Established in 2010 Food Game serves the best in home cooked grub. With almost everything made in-house, Food Game serves up dishes including salads, pies, soup, breakfast etc. They also bake freshly made scones and cakes. We recommend you check out their wonderful décor and sample the friendly atmosphere at Food Game.
10 South Lotts Road,
Juniors Cafe is located along Bath Avenue and is a New York style deli. From Monday to Friday at 12.00pm, Juniors serve the best sandwiches, soup, salads etc. NYC style. Juniors Café also cater for people looking for an evening bite to eat. Already a favourite with locals and food critics, Juniors Café is well worth a visit and their pizzas are worth the visit alone.
Upper Grand Canal Street,
Farmer Browns is a relative newcomer onto the restaurant scene in Dublin and is a treat if you love a good juicy burger. Farmer Browns dishes are based and inspired by Irish/American cuisine and putting ‘Soul’ back into food. Using locally sourced ingredients, Farmers Browns offers customers the best of Irish produce cooked simply.
25a Bath Avenue,
Artisan Parlour and Grocery
The Artisan Parlour and Grocery offers its customers a unique food experience by combining atmosphere and choice of a food hall and deli with comfortable seating options. Their menu is based on the best artisan produce that Ireland and Spain has to offer. The Artisan Parlour and Grocery prides itself on their passion and enthusiasm for food. If you want a unique experience check this place out.
Basil Pizza and Coffee
Recently opened, Basil Pizza and Café is already making a name for creating the freshest and tastiest pizzas in Dublin. Using a traditional Neapolitan hand made wood-fire oven, Basils serve up a wide range of pizzas that will ensure your taste buds will ask for more! Finish off your pizza by having one of their sweet tasting gelatos, a perfect way to end your meal.
97 Ringsend Road,
What better way to enjoy a night in Dublin than having a night at the dogs? Based conveniently near our Dublin apartments in Fitzwilliam Quay, Shelbourne park has plenty to offer visitors including an atmospheric restaurant run by Dobbins which serves the best of Irish food. With the restaurant overlooking the track, you can enjoy drink and food with friends while watching your dog come home first.
South Lotts Road,
We hope when you visit Dublin that you try one of our recommendations above. If you have any further queries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or to view our Dublin apartments click here
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