Top Picks: Where to Dine over the Easter Weekend
There’s lots of special offers and events over the Easter weekend in Dublin City Centre restaurants. From amazing food deals to non-alcoholic cocktails on Good Friday, the restaurants in Town have got you sorted. Get in quick to book your table!
The Church have some great music lined up for your entertainment over the Easter long weekend. Guests are welcome to book a pre-gig dinner in The Gallery which overlooks where the bands will be playing. Reservations accepted until 9pm.
Saturday 26th – Funky Buskers
Funky Buskers play a great mix of classic and current hits. They also played last year and kept the dance floor hopping.
Sunday 27th – Mac Fleetwood
Ireland’s No.1 Fleetwood Mac tribute, almost as good as the real thing.
There is free entry to both events and the bands will be live on stage from 11pm.
For more information check out: http://www.thechurch.ie/event-view/easter-weekend-live-2016
Braserie7 are offering a special menu for this Easter long weekend. For €50 you will get a 2 course meal and a bottle of wine for 2 people. Book ahead of time to ensure you get a table!
Get your dancing shoes on and get ready for their Salsa night to be held this Saturday from 9.30pm in a private part of the restaurant.
Fire have a fantastic new selection of non-alcoholic cocktails which will be served from 5pm on Good Friday. See some samples from their menu below.
Blueberry Bellini – Home Made Blueberry syrup topped with Soda water
White Sans-Gria – Non Alcoholic Wine with elderflower syrup and seasonal fruit
Orange Sunrise – Orange Juice with homemade grenadine topped with ginger ale
On Easter Sunday enjoy their Sunday Roast from 12-4.30pm.
Also keep an eye out for their Facebook competition to win dinner for 2 with a selection of cocktails!
Don’t miss the Irish themed offers Fade Street Social has in-store this Easter weekend. Make sure you book ahead of time!
Signature cocktails inspired by Old Irish Characters – 2 for the price of 1 on Sunday 27th to Tuesday 29th. Check out some of the characters below!
Cuchulainn’s Breath – Basil and Chili muddled with fresh lemon and grapefruit juice for a firey flavour balanced with Beefeater Gin and refreshing Aperol.
Betsy’s Bracer – Pear Vodka, Irish raspberries, fresh lime and rose flavour cordial and apple juice are muddles together, shaken and strained into a chilled glass. Topped off nicely with their very own raspberry foam.
On Easter Sunday, Monday and Tuesday they will also have a special Guinness and Stew offer for €19.16.
Saba is open for Good Friday and has a tasty menu of non-alcoholic cocktails, beer and wine ready to go! Try the Saba Homemade Lemonade made with fresh ginger and lemongrass built in a tall glass with lemon juice and sugar syrup and topped with soda water.
You can also pop in for the rest of the Easter long weekend! Saba have created a cocktail in honour of 1916 called the Spirit of Dublin – €11.50. They will be open from 12pm til late.
San Lorenzo’s, South Great George’s Street
You’re in luck as San Lorenzo’s are open for their Brunch of Champions from Good Friday through to Easter Monday!
Trocadero, St Andrews Street
Trocadero will be open especially for Easter Sunday this year. You can dine in their classic restaurant from 4pm for €35 and get a 3 course meal.
Farm, Dawson Street
Farm will be open both Easter Sunday and Easter Monday from 12 midday. A special Easter menu will be served up until 7pm consisting of 3 courses for €24.95. Additionally, an A La Carte menu will be available all day!
Cliff Townhouse, St Stephen’s Green
The Cliff Townhouse will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner all Easter weekend! Why not pop in for a bite to eat in-between enjoying the celebrations.