FIRE Restaurant and Lounge Is a multiaward winning venue located in the heart of Dublin 2 in the popular Dawson Street and St Stephens Green Vicinity. FIRE’s dining room was originally built in 1864 as the Lord Mayor’s ‘Supper Room’and features incredible vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows and a beautiful terrace overlooking the Lord Mayor’s Garden. Today it is the most historical and impressive dining room in Dublin FIRE’s menu focuses on utilising fresh in-season, local produce to create award winning dishes, bursting with flavour from our famous Wood-Fired Tiger Prawn to our award winning Herford Prime Irish fillet steak. Complete your FIRE experience in our lounge trying one of our delicious, freshly prepared classic cocktails with a FIRE twist. For a complete dining experience look no further than FIRE Restaurant and Lounge. FIRE Restaurant and Lounge is open from 5pm Monday - Friday, 3pm Saturday and from 1pm on Sundays.


Michelin-starred L’Ecrivain on Dublin’s Georgian Baggot Street is one of Ireland’s top restaurants. Owned and run by renowned chef Derry Clarke and his glamorous wife Sallyanne, the warm and welcoming l’Ecrivain specializes in French and Irish cuisine, Using the only the freshest seasonal ingredients available for signature dishes such as Crisp Duck Confit Seared Clonakilty Black Pudding. It is also well known for its fish, which is caught all over Ireland on the same day as it is served. l’Ecrivain also has three private dining rooms, Our Malt room on the ground floor seats 12 people , Our new private room upstairs Salon Privè seats 18 people, as well as a terrace garden which is wonderful for dining on a summer's evening in Dublin and Our Samsung Kitchen which is a private room with a live kitchen.

Osteria Lucio

Osteria Lucio is a modern Italian Restaurant with a retro look, where we combine our love for seasonal Irish and Italian produce to create earthy, flavoursome dishes. Situated at The Malting Tower, in the vibrant Grand Canal Dock area, Osteria is only minutes walk from the Aviva Stadium and easily accessible from Trinity College and the city centre. In the spirit of an osteria, the atmosphere is informal and welcoming, with a mix of seating including bar seating and shared tables, and wide-ranging menus including pasta and pizza to suit any occasion, palate or pocket. Osteria Lucio: The Malting Tower, Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2 - Ph: 01 6624199 Email:


 Who are we? All American Restaurant & Bar that originated on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. What’s the vision? To provide somewhere for young adults to go out, meet friends and family in an environment that was relaxed and yet exciting. So far, we’re nailing that vision. From sizzling fajitas and succulent ribs to mouth-watering burgers that would make a grown man shed a tear of joy, we have it all. You can either plant yourself at the bar and enjoy unique, exotic cocktails that are sure to excite, or hop into a booth and dive head first into a plate of ribs. Now, imagine all this coincided with incredible atmosphere, entertaining bar tenders, funky décor and genuine, personal service. TGI Friday’s is the perfect spot for any occasion be it a family gathering, a place to have a drink with a friend, a hen or stag do or a place to celebrate a birthday, you name it, we’re perfect for it. After all, every day is Friday in here.


Welcome to Avoca. An Irish, family-run business that spans one of the world’s oldest surviving manufacturing Mills, Ireland’s most exciting retail stores and some of her best-loved café’s. Our world famous throws and woven products are produced in our very own Mill in Avoca Village. Retail for Avoca started with a small shop at the original Mill established in 1723, in Wicklow's rural heartland. Now we've 11 Avoca locations, all around the country.We are a one stop shop for Soft Goods, Ladies Men’s Fashion, Beauty, Quirky Gifts, Ceramics, Jewellery & Kids. Today the Avoca shops, café’s & food markets are well known throughout the world as being the best in IrelandYou can take our free tour of our Mill in Co. Wicklow and see our weavers at work or why not come and visit us at Avoca Suffolk St in the heart of Dublin City.


Fade Street Social incorporates two restaurants under one roof; The Gastro Bar and The Restaurant, along with a relaxed Rooftop Garden and Cocktail Bar. The Restaurant - Quite simply a menu designed to support the very best of home grown produce. The food is assembled in an uncomplicated way that relies on its freshness to shine through as a real hero. The Gastro Bar - This exciting City Centre Tapas is a sharing concept that has been designed to allow simple, seasonal, innovation in small tapas style bursts of flavour.

Rustic Stone

At Rustic Stone they source the best seasonal ingredients, then apply simple techniques to extract the most flavour, while giving you the information you need to add nutrition and structure to your diet. The produce they’ve chosen and the demand for freshness, is the cornerstone of the Rustic idea, while providing a healthy but affordable eating approach.

Taste at Rustic

Taste at Rustic is an exciting new restaurant in the heart of Dublin city. A food experience by Dylan McGrath to explore the idea of flavour, tastes and in the room cooking, while being influenced by Japan, Spain and South America. The idea is to explore the five tastes: sweet, salt, bitter, sour and umami.


Brasserie Sixty6 is one of Dublin’s favourite restaurants in the heart of the city centre. Open 7 days a week, they serve lunch, dinner and host one of the best brunches in town on the weekends. The Restaurant offers value for money with a varied menu that is constantly evolving. Their menu features some hearty, home style favourites using fresh Irish produce. To pair with the food they’ve got a tempting cocktail list as well as a wine list with over 100 wines from all over the globe.