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wi-fi booking recommended red luas line green luas line available on Just Eat Suesey Street 26 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 01 669 4600 Sueseystreet.ie Suesey Street is an upmarket restaurant with wines and cocktails, refined, contemporary dishes, and a heated terrace. Paying homage to Ireland’s rich culinary landscape, Suesey Street prides itself on serving dishes that are always farm-fresh and seasonal. Their menu is always changing so they can offer their guests the best and freshest seasonal food in the country. Specialising in contemporary Irish cuisine Suesey Street offers their guests an authentic experience and 5-star service. FARMER BROWNS Bath Avenue - 25A Bath Avenue - 01 567 6956 Rathmines - 170 Rathmines Road Lwr, Dublin 6 - 01 567 6956 Clonskeagh Pub - 68 Clonskeagh Road, Dublin 6 - 01 283 0189 Kilternan Pub - Enniskerry Road, Dublin 18 - 01 567 6956 www.farmerbrowns.ie With their award-winning burgers, soulful brunches, fabulous cocktail and craft beer selection, Farmer Browns is the ideal date night for friends and family alike. Their second restaurant in Rathmines won Best Family Dining in 2018 (Irish Hospitality Awards). Farmer Browns Traditional Pub & Kitchen Kilternan is the newest venue of the group. Opened in March 2019 with new menus, upgraded interior and some old family favourites on the menu, Kilternan is a great spot for a hearty lunch, delicious dinner, great wine, artisan coffee, after work drinks, birthday celebrations and even boozy brunches. The Pepper Pot 59 William St South, Dublin 2 01-707 1610 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thepepperpot.ie @thepepperpot The Pepper Pot specialises in homemade organic food and uses only seasonal stock in their delicious recipes. With a versatile menu offering gluten free options and a delicious range of sandwiches, soups, breads and cakes, they truly have something for everyone. The Pepper Pot dishes up some seriously tasty eats such as the roasted pear sandwich and their pan-fried goat’s cheese salad. Don’t delay your visit - they are dying to feed you and guarantee you’ll be coming back for more! Located on the 2nd floor of the Powerscourt Centre. GIRL AND THE GOOSE RESTAURANT 10 Merrion Road Ballsbridge Dublin 4 01 667 4446 www.girlandthegooserestaurant.ie Girl and the Goose Restaurant serve traditional and contemporary dishes in an uncomplicated way that relies on freshness, taste, and presentation. The restaurant opens early every day until late in the evening - catering for Brunch, Lunch, Dinner and Private dining, welcoming bookings and walk-ins. The aim of the team is to serve high quality food and wine in a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere without any fuss. This charming restaurant is upstairs from Crowe’s Pub in the heart of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Charlotte Quay Charlotte Quay Dock, Millenium Tower, Dublin 4 01 9089490 charlottequay.ie Matt the Thresher 32 Pembroke Street Lower, Dublin 2 (01) 676 2980 www.mattthethresher.ie Charlotte Quay is the newest venture from the Bereen Brothers, who have made their name with the popular city centre eateries Coppinger Row and the South William. Based in Grand Canal Dock, across the water from the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and a stone’s throw from Dublin’s thriving “Silicon Docks”, Charlotte Quay’s kitchen is headed up by celebrated chef Killian Durkin and their menu focuses on contemporary Irish cuisine with a twist of continental influence. Already winning rave reviews, the combination of high-end food, a spectacular location and a chilled ambiance has marked Charlotte Quay out as one of Dublin’s must-visit restaurants. Matt the Thresher is a bright stylish seafood restau-rant and bar located within the heart of Georgian Dublin only a short stroll from St. Stephens Green. They specialise in fresh wild Irish seafood, but have an extensive menu with something to suit all requirements. Matt’s has a fully licenced bar with a superb range of local craft beers, whiskeys, gins, along with a well sourced wine list. What really makes the experience is the wonderful team provid-ing the very best in Irish hospitality, all of whom look forward to welcoming you. Open 7 days, serv-ing food and drink until late. PABLO PICANTE 14-18 Aston Quay, Dublin 2 4 Clarendon Market, Dublin 2 131 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 pablopicante.com Peperina Garden Bistro 25 Dunville Avenue Ranelagh, Dublin 6 www.peperina.ie 01-5340018 As a famous luchador, Pablo makes sure to eat well and stay fit. This is no different for the food in his restaurants. He is the man who makes the tastiest burritos in town. His colourful backstory adds to the experience and now he’s just gone and found himself his biggest premises to date on Aston Quay. Boasting fancy new furniture and a snazzy yellow counter, it will have his famous tortas and burritos available under one roof for the first time. MONSOON 4/5 The Hill, Stillorgan, Dublin (01) 2884262 monsoon.ie Monsoon’s culinary journey started in 1994, in a lovely, little, nostalgic cottage in Stillorgan. They set themselves the simple task of serving authentic Indian food. And 25 years later, they are still serving their patrons and developing enduring friendships with customers. Monsoon Stillorgan has evolved into a partnership led by restaurant manager Arun and Alok, two friends and food enthusiasts from India who are devoted to creating the best dine-in and takeaway service in Dublin using fresh, locally sourced, ingredients and adhering to eco-friendly principles. Sharing culture and bringing communities together via food is their vision. Peperina Garden Bistro delivers a sensational dining experience in Ranelagh that is not to be missed. They create an exciting menu built around seasonal ingredients bought fresh at market for their breakfast, lunch, brunch and seasonal dinner menus. Not to be missed is their delectable brunch with favourites such as the Salmon Alvear with cucumber pickle. And a lunch trip would not be complete without tasting their signature Argentinian steak sandwich, amongst many other mouth-watering delights. Peperina’s staff are friendly and accommodating and the food is consistently excellent. Sit back and enjoy the ambiance of their lovely outdoor garden and you’ll see why Peperina is such a perfect place to visit. Rosa Madre 7 Crow Street, Temple Bar, D2 rosamadre.ie 01-5511206 Wing It 63 George’s St, Dublin 2 // 01 525 2929 The Square, Tallaght, Dublin 24 // 01 452 2600 facebook.com/wingit.ie // Instagram @wingit_ie Monday - Sunday 12pm-10pm Nestled in the heart of Temple Bar, Rosa Madre brings a burst of flavour to the neighbourhood. This relatively new Italian delivers the traditional fare (Bruschetta, Polpette, Carpaccio) to impeccable levels but it is around fish where it truly excels. The Grigliata mista Di Pesce (mixed grilled fish) is a dish which swims ashore to the plate like a most welcoming mermaid. There’s pan fried cod, scallops, calamari, lobster and Dublin Bay prawns matched with pairings which explore their flavours. The Rosa Madre philosophy revolves around the quality of ingredients and this is truly evident on the plate. Wing It, Ireland’s first wing restaurant has expanded to Dublin City Centre on Georges St. Wing It has three different types of wings: traditional, boneless and vegan with over 15 sauce flavours. The only wing restaurant in Ireland with this variety of flavours and style. They also have a selection of delicious burgers, famous loaded fries and an amazing cocktail menu. The perfect spot for you to grab a quick lunch, have an afternoon snack or start your night with friends. With the mantra of EAT DRINK PLAY, they have something for every taste bud. Mykonos Taverna 76 Dame Street, Dublin 2 01-5613745 www.mykonosdublin.com From hearty stews to warming soups and simple side dishes, Mykonos Taverna combines the freshest Greek ingredients to create a highly appetizing and healthy cuisine prepared by the best Greek chef in Ireland. They aim to provide an extraordinary Mediterranean dining experience through exceptional service and a very relaxed atmosphere. The baked feta is outstanding and the Moussaka and Gyro plate is a must. End your meal with some of their very own homemade ice creams, made fresh on the premises. Cirillo’s 140 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2 (01) 676 6848 www.cirillos.ie This Baggot Street hot spot offers its patrons a modern Italian dining experience specialising in pizza cooked in the napoletana style. They also have become known for their lovely homemade pasta which always delights. Since their opening three years ago, customers have been raving about Cirillo’s and for good reason. Stop in for a tasty lunch or a delicious dinner paired with fine Italian wine. Cirillo’s offers a magical Italian atmosphere that is a delectable slice of perfection conveniently situated in D2.