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The Cosy Cottage is a cosy place for locals and tourists alike to chill out with a coffee/beer/wine or something more substantial from our main courses. We are located in the centre of the town of Moville.
Madden's Bistro is a classy, bustling restaurant located on James Street in the heart of Westport Co. Mayo, and is popular with everyone, guests, locals and visitors alike to the adajcent Clew Bay Hotel.
The Boulevard Café is located in the heart of Dublin city on Exchequer street and specialises in European/Mediterranean style cuisine. The Boulevard Café aims to create a fun relaxed and casual dining experience in Dublins city centre.
An award-winning property serving sumptuous food and drink, Richmond House Restaurant is located in Cappoquin, County Waterford. It has appeared in many guide books and features locally sourced meat and fish.
In the heart of Ireland's capital city, Oliver Dunne has created an exciting new dining experience at Cleaver East located within The Clarence hotel.
Need a break from shopping in Blanchardstown Centre? Make Captain Americas your stop!
The Boatyard Restaurant is situated overlooking Dingle Harbour in the busy quay side area on Strand Street. The family friendly restaurant specialises in local seafood but also caters to non fish eaters.
Gourmet Tart Co is a local family owned restaurant and bakery with four shops and one restaurant in Galway.Its emphasis is on relaxed dining with high quality food that is great value.
Carrygerry is a charming "Old World" Country House, which was built in 1793, near Shannon, in the Scenic County Clare in the West of Ireland.
Since opening its doors in Tullamore, Co. Offaly in 1999, Sirocco’s has firmly established itself as the local’s favourite restaurant with a warm and welcoming atmosphere from the moment you step inside.
€40 per adult
1 bottle per table once 3 courses each purchased.
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