Don’t forget to take a break and re-fuel between all the fabulous Dublin Pride 2017 events.
With all of the incredible things happening for Dublin Pride 2017 it’s easy to get carried away enjoying the celebrations. So don’t forget to take a break and re-fuel between all these fabulous events. Check out our guide to THE best places to eat this Pride!
Yamamori Sushi has a wealth of incredible 19th century Japanese and Samurai artefacts displayed throughout the restaurant. Bright and spacious, with an open-view kitchen serving a choice selection of Japanese cuisine and late night cocktails. Perfect for large groups or a table of two, walk ins always welcome.
38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1 (beside the Ha’penny Bridge)
Tel: 01 8720003
2. The Larder
This epicurean oasis offers excellent brunch, lunch and evening menus using the highest quality, locally-sourced ingredients, with vegetables and herbs from their own garden. Enjoy their own brand beers, Dublin Brewer, and their locally roasted coffee, Dublin Roaster, currently a single origin from Colombia. Prime Ribeye steak and Home- Cut Fries from €13.95 on SteakNite!
8 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, D2.
Tel: 01 633 3581
Find them at thelarder.ie & Trip Advisor.
3. Lolly And Cooks
Lolly and Cooks serves delicious food to Dublin city centre! This family-run business is home to the famous ‘Savage Roll’ and jewel-like cup-cakes, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday. Lolly and Cooks love food!!
George’s Street Arcade, Drury Street, Dublin 2 | Forbes Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2 | 18 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2 | Herbert Park, Dublin 4 | Block 16, Holles Street, D 2.
Tel: 01 876 1882
Email: [email protected]
Multi-award winning, Authentic and Traditional Nepalese Restaurant, first of its kind in Ireland. Montys offers a variety of Nepalese food, at great value with our famous Nepalese hospitality. We source quality ingredients and prepare all dishes in-house, no shortcuts here. Now open, the Santa Rita Wine Room choose from over 450 wines served with ‘Nepas’ (Nepalese Tapas).
28 Eustace Street, Dublin 2
FOR BOOKING: +353 (01) 670 4911
5. Coppinger Row
Whether it’s lunch, brunch or dinner, Coppinger Row’s fresh, simple mediterranean plates are perfect for sharing with friends
in their funky, laid-back atmosphere. Since its opening in July 2009, seasonal produce, paired with inspired signature cocktails keeps locals coming back for more. Any which way, Coppinger Row will win a place in your heart!
Coppinger Row, Off South William Street, Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 672 9884
6. Clement And Pekoe
Clement & Pekoe is an independent cafe in the creative heart of the city. Multi-nominated for the quality of its coffee and tea, it showcases small-batch coffee roasters and sources tea worldwide. Pop by for a morning fix or an evening wind-down and watch the world-go-by in the neighbourhood.
Clement & Pekoe Cafe and Warehouse 50 South William Street D2
Clement & Pekoe Cafe Espresso Bar @ Indigo & Cloth Essex Street East, Temple Bar D2
7. Ukiyo Bar
Ukiyo Bar is at the heart of Dublin’s Creative Quarter. Satisfying Dublin since 2004, Ukiyo is famous for its amazing lunches, private karaoke rooms and late bar and house party vibes.
Open from 12pm till 3am at weekends, Ukiyo has all your party needs under one proud roof!
7-9 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2
Tel: 01 633 4071
Cornucopia are the go-to guys when it comes to healthy, delicious feel-good food in Dublin city centre. Their menu changes daily, offering fresh choices for everyone – vegetarian, vegan, coeliac, etc. Join them for a meal, a snack or simply a fresh juice, delicious coffee or glass of organic wine. Cornucopia’s friendly staff will be delighted to welcome you!
19/20 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2.
Tel: 01 677 7583
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