Food and drink
Professional bar staff take their cocktails seriously here and it shows. The award-winning menu sticks to the popular trend of the moment – quality fresh food, simply cooked and well presented. Superior pub food.
Try the Ling (fish) and chips with the duck terrine as a starter. There are great salads too.
The restaurant at the back offers comfy leather armchairs and sofas, while the pub area at the front kicks off at weekends with funky music and a trendy, party going crowd. It’s surrounded by popular Dublin restaurants and bars so there’s a steady flow of custom to keep things interesting.
It has upmarket service standards for a city centre pub.
In the middle of Dublin’s liveliest bars and clubs, it's off George's Street.
There are Sunday brunch dishes for less than 10 euros, or the traditional Sunday roast has won loyal fans.
Tables to book
Book a table at the back with leather armchairs.
The same menu is available in the Central Hotel library bar upstairs.
- Business travellers
- First-time travellers
- People watching