9 Great Restaurants for Mother’s Day in DublinTown
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we explored some of the best places to bring your mother for dinner in #DublinTown.
There’s something special about treating your mother to dinner. After all those years caring for you, it’s only fair that we return the favour from time-to-time. With Mother’s Day approaching on March 31st, we took a look at some of the best places around town to take your mama out in DublinTown.
The Woollen Mills, Liffey St Lower
Located on Liffey St Lower, the Woollen Mills Eating House offers a truly Irish experience, with produce sourced from local Irish artisans and stunning iconic views overlooking the river Liffey and the Ha’penny Bridge. They also have their own bakery with any array of breads, pastries and cakes, as well a choice of sandwich and salad selection during the day – your mammy will be spoilt for culinary choices!
The 101 Talbot is one of Dublin’s best-loved restaurants thanks to excellent modern cooking and vivacious service. It boasts great food, friendly staff, buzzing atmosphere and full bar licence. The 101 is highly acclaimed and recommended in many guides. Contemporary food with a Mediterranean twist, check out Dublin restaurant 101 Talbot Street.
If your mother is a sushi lover, Musashi is the perfect destination this Mother’s Day. Nestled on Capel Street, this contemporary Japanese restaurant prides itself on the freshness and quality of its produce. If sushi isn’t her thing, they also offer a selection of bento boxes and hot dishes.
Fade Street Social
If you’re really looking to spoil your mother this year, Fade Street Social is sure to put a smile on her face. They’re also running an incredible competition over on their Facebook page for this Mother’s Day – to be in with a chance of winning a €300 voucher to spend in Taste at Bonsai on March 31st – head over to their page!
House Dublin is sure to be a hit with your Mom this Sunday – the stunning interiors, friendly staff and delicious food are hard not to love. Fingers crossed it’s a nice day so as to nab a seat in their green house area that’s one of the most popular sun traps in Dublin!!
The Trocadero is normally closed on a Sunday, but for the Mother’s of Dublin, they’re opening at the earlier time of 2:30pm on March 31st. It’s one of the most plush venues in Dublin and has a history steeped in the arts. This one is sure to impress!
Salamanca Tapas Bar & Restaurant on St Andrew Street, has been operating since 2002. They provide a wide range of quality Tapas and good Spanish wines, which aim to whisk you from the mundane to the Mediterannean in a prime City centre location. There’s also a complimentary Elderflower Mimosa for all Mums that dine with us on Mothers Day!!
The Westin Dublin
At The Westin Dublin, the Atrium Lounge is a tranquil oasis of calm, setting the scene for a comfortable and cherished experience, in one of the most unique venues in the city. Our thoughtful gift suggestion for Mother’s Day is the Perrier-Jouët Champagne Afternoon Tea, with a reduced price of €109 for two. This limited time offer includes a selection of savoury sandwiches and sweet treats accompanied by Perrier-Jouët Champagne, and it is beautifully wrapped in a custom design box.
Take advantage of Saba’s Mother’s Day offering with a two-course meal for €24.95 or upgrade to a three-course meal for €29.95 per person. Mum will also receive a complimentary glass of bubbly on arrival!