Dublin Restaurants

Taking a trip in October to Dublin for a couple of nights. Want to go to a really nice romantic restaurant, dim lighting, candles etc. Anyone been to any. What I found out was – You didn’t mention what your budget was. CaféBarDeli ( ) and the Market Bar ( ) are both great value. They’re bustling (the Market Bar especially is quite packed on weekends), but at the same time you can find a quiet corner If you want to spend a little more, you could go for a funky place like Bang Café ( ), The Mermaid ( ), Odessa ( ) or Eden ( ). Now, if you really want to go for the linen tablecloths, you’ll have to spend more again. Number 5 at the Unicorn ( ) is probably just what you’re looking for. You might like the Town Bar and Grill ( ) too. If you want to spend *a lot* more, there are many beautiful fine-dining restaurants where you could drop €200 per person if you wanted to. But if you’d like the experience without re-mortgaging your house, you could try an early menu. Chapter One ( ) has a pre-theatre menu for €35. At L’Ecrivain ( ) and Patrick Guilbaud’s ( ), you can get lunch for the same price. The Tea Room at the Clarence ( ) has lunch and pre-theatre menus. Roly’s Bistro ( ) has a set dinner menu for €42. For more ideas, you should have a look at Georgina Campbell’s Ireland ( ) and at the Bridgestone and The Dubliner guides to the best restaurants: And here’s the list of The Dubliner readers’ favourites: Finally, here’s a website where you can find last-minute special offers:

– Toscana Restaurants in Dublin Ireland have a reputation as one of the top restaurants in Dublin. Established over a decade ago,. . .


May 8, 2014

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  1. Paulina Hall

    i did not go to a romantic one but one of the nights try out Thunderoad which is a cool restaurant on temple bar (where all the night life is) me and my partner loved it and then a nice few drinks in a local irish pub, it was a really nice night! xx

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