The Curragh Cafe by Lucy

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Located in the TRI Equestrian Superstore, The Curragh Café serves up bountiful breakfasts and lovely lunches seven days a week. Grab a window seat and enjoy your meal overlooking the Curragh Racecourse and the famous Curragh gallops training grounds.


Walking into The Curragh Cafe a wonderful aroma of fresh leather, horse & jockey ware and fresh coffee greets you. The place buzzes with the business of horses. Due to its location, the Cafe is a handy meeting point for owners, trainers and jockeys who are working world-class horses on the gallops.

Food is fresh and seasonal and Lucy and her team make healthy, wholesome menu options as well as delicious sweet treats too. No matter what your food mood, you are sure to find something to tickle those tastebuds here.

The Curragh Cafe By Lucy serves nourishing and filling breakfasts including a full Irish breakfast, a variety of egg dishes as well as muesli, fruit bowls and pastries. Need to perk up in the morning? There’s plenty of coffee on the go too.

For lunch, you’ll find firm favourites on the menu as well as classic lunchtime dishes with a twist. Soups, salads and sandwiches are fresh and flavourful and you’ll also find quiche, toasties and pasta on there too for when you need something a bit more substantial. For when you need to satisfy a sweet tooth, the dessert menu is tempting with slices of cheesecake, apple tart, carrot cake and more. A fine selection of hot and cold drinks are on offer as well as wines by the glass.


The Curragh Cafe by Lucy uses the freshest local produce, sourced directly from Kildare farmers and food producers.

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