The Dew Drop Gastropub
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The Dew Drop Gastropub, situated in the heart of Kill Village, Co. Kildare, dates back to the 19th Century and has been a licenced premises for over fifty years.
The building is comprised of our public bar, 60 seater lounge/restaurant, a small function room and a live music venue called The Late Lounge.
Our spacious public bar caters for all crowds, with live sport on five screens, two pool tables, smoking area and live music every weekend and traditional session every Thursday night. Our 60 seater restaurant, refurbished in 2008, has always served the best food using locally sourced produce. We serve a la carte seven days a week.
Lunch is served from 12pm to 4pm daily, Monday to Saturday. Evening a la carte menu is from 4pm to 9pm Monday to Thursday and 4pm to 10pm Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday we serve food from 12pm to 9pm.
The Dew Drop Gastropub has become well known for its "black rock grill" the cooking sensation,that is cooking steak on hot stones. We have had our system since 2008 and it is a genuine taste sensation that has to be tried. It’s a unique and very healthy way to eat steak as no fats or oils are used in the process.
Our restaurant has been nominated several times for the restaurant association awards 2010 and 2011 in the gastro pub section in which we take great pride. All our menus and deals can be found on our website. We are affiliated with The Restaurants Association of Ireland. Our function room affectionately called "The Middle Room" can cater for up to 80 people for dinner and is available for functions of all kinds like christenings, weddings and 21st's. It has a full bar and sound system.
The Late Lounge is our 250 capacity music venue, which has a state of the art sound system and has played host to many high profile Irish and international acts such as Jack L, Cathy Davey, Paddy Casey, Aslan, Republic of Loose, Alabamma 3, Damien Dempsey and comedians such as Michael Winslow (Polce Academy movies), Neil Delamare, Pj. Gallagher, Ardal O Hanlon and many more. The Late Lounge was nominated for best regional music venue in the 2009 and 2010 IMRO Music awards.