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The Beaufield Mews, Woodlands Avenue, Stillorgan, Dublin,
Ms Sarah Harding
Beaufield Mews is Dublin’s oldest restaurant. Established in 1948 is has been run by the same family for three generations.
Nestled in Woodlands Avenue it is only a stone’s throw from the N11 and less than 4 miles from Dublin city centre making it a favourite over the years for many occasions.
The building itself dates back to the 18th century and is guaranteed to wow guests with its history and atmosphere.
Their menus aim to make the most of fresh seasonal ingredients. They only use produce that is Irish and as local as possible. Their chefs bake and cook everything on site using only the best of what is in season. Their wine list has been lovingly put together and offers great value for money and something to suit all tastes.
Beaufield Mews is open for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday and lunch on Saturday & Sunday.
For more information check out their website www.beaufieldmews.com follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/beaufieldmews
Wedding venue: Red carpet on arrival. Fresh flowers and candles on tables. Free tea, coffee and sherry receptionon tuesdays, wednesdays & thursdays. Placecards, personalised menus & public address system, Cake stand & knife, Bride & Groom's private changing room. Complimentary 1st anniversary dinner for bride & groom. Complimentary champagne on arrival for bride & groom.
Discounts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.
Beaufield Mews have only one wedding per day, which enables them to give a very personal service. Extensive free car parking. Fully licensed 18th Century coach-house and cobbled courtyard. Romantic rose walled garden and lawns, ideal for photographs.