6 Wonderful Wine Bars in Dublin City Centre
Always wonder where the best place for wine in Dublin Town is? Read down below for our list of the best spots in town!
Olesya’s Wine Bar & Bistro, 18 Exchequer Street
Olesya designed Olesya’s Wine Bar to fulfil what she saw as a gap in the market – a place for people who want an informal, relaxed atmosphere but without sacrificing quality in food and with a large and superior choice of wine! A petit bar and bistro, there are a few seats & tables outside that make for excellent evenings avec wine.
La Cave Wine Bar and Restaurant, 28 South Anne Street
This is Dublin’s oldest and original wine bar. Relax in a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere while you enjoy excellent gourmet cuisine at an affordable price. With over 350 wines to choose from, you’re spoiled for choice! Whether you’re simply getting to know wines or eager to expand your appreciation, La Cave has experts on-hand to help guide you.
Red Bank 1736 Wine Tavern, 17 Duke Street
A long-running wine tavern in the heart of the Grafton Quarter, the Red Bank 1736 has an excellent range of wine, as well as food to compliment each glass (or bottle!) you order.
La Ruelle Wine Bar, 3-4 Joshua Lane
La Ruelle Wine Bar is the ideal venue, perfectly located just off Dawson Street, in the discrete Joshua Lane. From fantastic wines of red, white and rosé varieties, you’ll find a good wine no problem. The wines have been carefully selected from small regional producers to well known wine makers, the full list includes over 80 different international wines, of which 29 are served by the glass offering the best quality at the most reasonable price!
II Fornaio Enoteca, 1 Liffey Street Lower
Il Fornaio Enoteca Wine Bar is a continuation of the Il Fornaio Restaurant, which serves delicious Italian cuisine. Made from all the fresh and high quality Italian ingredients, their wine range is just as beautiful.
Loose Canon, 29 Drury Street
One of the newest wine spots in Dublin, Loose Canon exclusively sells and serves wine, cheese and charcuterie. They’ve become very popular with evening drinks often spilling onto Drury Street and customers enjoying on a glass of vino with a spot of cheese on the outside bench.