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78 - 80 Main Street, Bray, Wicklow,
Ms Ann Marie Holland
T: +353(0)12867995

Holland's, located right in the middle of the Main Street, Bray, Co Wicklow, is the ideal venue to enjoy a mix of traditional atmosphere with friendly, Homely service and right up to the minute products.

The Holland Family have been in business as publicans for over 40 years. Founded by Sylvester Holland, the pub has been extended many times to create a spacious area with a unique and comfortable homely atmosphere. Unquestionably the best pint of Guinness in the town served by experienced staff who can answer any questions that tourists might have.

Local customers always extend a warm welcome to visitors, helping to create a unique experience for anyone stopping for refreshments. The product range is extensive with a large selection of craft beer on draught offering variety and new flavours for customers to try. The selection of Craft beers in bottles stretches to over 365 from all over the world, one for every day of the year, all of which are available in the bar. Similarly, the huge selection of wine and champagne can be personally selected in the award winning off licence and enjoyed in the bar with a minimum corkage charge.

Located in the Business quarter of the town, Morning coffee, afternoon tea and lunches are served Monday - Friday until 3pm.
This traditional selection of homemade food is locally sourced and freshly created to order. Holland's are known for their 'Toasted Special' which goes extremely well with a pint, but the technique of creating an exceptional Irish coffee is one Holland's have perfected.
Holland's and their experienced head chef Pat Lalor have now introduced an evening menu available Thursdays and Fridays from 5-9pm.

If you are going to the Theatre, then drop in before or after the show and enjoy a speciality pizza with your glass of wine.

The award winning off - licence proudly boasts a huge selection of premium wines, beers, cigars and spirits.
Their motto says it all...... 'If you can drink it then we sell it'