Restaurants in Dublin City that are Wheelchair Accessible
- Sun, 1 Mar 2020
Restaurants in Dublin’s city centre are plenty and many of them are making sure they are accessible for all.
We have complied a list of wheelchair accessible restaurants in Dublin Town to help when looking to dine out in the city.
With Parisian and New York influences, Balfes is a new all-day dining brasserie and uptown bar in the heart of Dublin 2’s Creative Quarter. Located on Balfe Street, Balfes features a 20 seater outdoor terrace, a zinc-covered bar and open kitchen and is open from 8am until late Monday to Friday and from 10am until late Saturday and Sunday.
Friendly and independent, Brother Hubbard is a quality focused dining destination, with a simple aim to offer good, fresh food and drinks that are made with a lot of love and effort, and served in a casual environment. Open for breakfast, brunch (7 days a week!), lunch and dinner, as well as having a dedicated take-away and retail shop.
Flanagan’s is located in the heart of DublinTown on O’Connell Street serving fresh and tasty, offerings in a wide range of options across starters, mains and desserts. Famous for their hearty Irish Stew, the menu is filled with Irish inspired dishes. The 120 seater restaurant is open 7 days a week, for breakfast, lunch and a full A La Carte menu offering.
A brand new addition to the food & drink scene, Isabelle’s on South Anne Street opened its doors in December 2018. Beautiful and bright, Isabelle’s Restaurant & Bar is located in the heart of DublinTown’s Grafton Quarter, where it stretches from their entrance on South Anne Street right through to the seated terrace on the Royal Hibernian Way.
The Ivy on Dawson Street is the first international brasserie of world renowned restaurant group, The Ivy collection. It brings a touch of Ivy magic to Ireland, offering effortless glamour and a varied mix of classics and locally inspired dishes including Dublin Bay prawns and Dungarvan oysters.
The Woollen Mills are custodians of something very special… a piece of history, as it was the former work place of one mister James Joyce! This 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.
This is just a few of the restaurants in Dublin’s City Centre that promise to make their restaurant accessible for all. If you know of anymore let us know by share with @dublintown or comment below.