A Truly Irish

Dining Experience

Our restaurants, pubs and cafés share the magic of what it is to enjoy local Irish food. Be amazed.

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  • Cronins Pub & Mad Fish Restaurant

    Crosshaven - Cork

    At Cronin’s Pub & Mad Fish Restaurant you can enjoy lots of local seafood treats including chowder, mussels and oysters. You can eat inside in the cosy dining room or al fresco on the lovely terrace area.
  • Dew Drop Gastro Pub

    Kill - Killdare

    The DewDrop Inn Gastropub enjoys a great gourmet reputation and on the menu you’ll find plenty of Irish produce which is cooked to bring out the best of each ingredient and presented beautifully. The surroundings are cosy and welcoming and it is...
  • Country Choice Gourmet Food Shop & Deli

    Nenagh - Tipperary

    While you can, of course, browse Country Choice Gourmet Food Shop & Deli, choose your favourites, and enjoy your spoils at home, why not stay for a bite to eat in the café and enjoy the homecooking of the passionate team who work here.
  • Cistín Eile


    Chef Owner, Warren Gillen is a champion of foods of the region and at Cistín Eile he lets the food on the plate speak for itself. The restaurant proudly serves Irish food made with local artisan produce.
  • Chapter One


    At Chapter One, the welcome is legendary, the food is spot on, the wines are outstanding and the dining room is magnificent. This Michelin-starred restaurant in the heart of the city is one of Dublin’s most exquisite dining experiences.
  • Chakra by Jaipur

    Greystones - Wicklow

    Take your taste buds on a whirlwind gastronomic tour of India without leaving Greystones. The menu at Chakra by Jaipur is elegant, flavourful and truly representative of a country steeped in culinary treasures.
  • Cavistons Seafood Restaurant & Emporium

    Sandycove - Dublin

    Cavistons Seafood Restaurant sits beside its impressive food hall, an emporium central to the fabric of life in Glasthule village. Fish is delivered each morning from Dublin’s best fish suppliers. Simple is the name of the game here. Fish cooking...
  • Cava Bodega


    A touch of Iberian culture comes to Galway city in the form of Cava Bodega. This casual tapas bar was founded in 2008 under the previous name of Cava by JP McMahon and his wife Drigín Gaffey. No strangers to the Galway food scene, this dynamic couple...
  • Café Nutshell Bakery & Deli

    New Ross - Wexford

    Cafe Nutshell Bakery & Deli flies the flag for local Irish produce. This casual, relaxed and light-filled space offers a taste of the Wexford countryside that owners Patsy and Philip Rogers grew up with.
  • Blairs Inn

    Blarney - Cork

    Blairs Inn in Blarney, Cork, is a family-owned haven of locally sourced food, cooked to the highest of standards. There is also a great selection of local craft beers and ciders too.
  • Ashtons Gastro Pub

    Clonskeagh - Dublin

    The food and drink menus in Ashtons Gastropub are laden with Irish produce. This modern gastropub in south Dublin serves quality, fresh, honest food and a wide range of craft beers.
  • Ard Bia at Nimmos


    Ard Bia at Nimmos is a casual dining restaurant in the heart of Galway city with an emphasis on and seasonal, local produce. Aoibheann McNamara has created a space that is full of character and atmosphere and food that is bursting with Galway pride. You...