Restaurants & Bars
WILDE celebrates the best of Irish produce served in beautiful surrounds echoing 1930s vintage glamour.
Located on Balfe Street, where Grafton Street and the Creative Quarter meet, Balfes is a vibrant all-day bistro with a 20-seater outdoor terrace.
Something of a Dublin institution, Afternoon Tea at The Gallery is a date to put in the calendar, a reason to gather family and friends, a sought-after invite – and the perfect excuse to dress up.
108 Brasserie represents local dining at its very best; hearty, uncomplicated food made from the highest quality ingredients centred around the restaurant’s Josper grill.
108 Pantry is a bright and modern space located in The Marylebone hotel’s Edwardian townhouse, perfect for breakfast, light lunch or an indulgent afternoon tea.
The Coral Room
Set on the edge of Soho, the elegant new salon bar will provide a stylish, bold and dynamic space to the Central London drinking scene.
Named after the eponymous character created by Virginia Woolf, Dalloway Terrace is an elegant, poetic and quintessentially English space.
The Bloomsbury Club
The Bloomsbury Club is furnished with plush leather armchairs, atmospheric lighting and wall-to-wall bookshelves, and leads on to the enchanting outside space, a twinkling grotto perfect for those long summer evenings.
With oversized windows facing onto Dupont Circle, leather seating and cool lighting, Bar Dupont is a tantalizing stop on the exciting pageant that is Dupont Circle.
The Weir Rooms
The Weir Rooms is ideal for casual dining in Cork city. Enjoying its own private terrace as well as intimate dining space for up to 60 people, it offers the perfect venue for a corporate event, family celebration or event launch.
The River Grille
With its lofty dimensions, exquisite wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the Harbourside, The River Grille is one of Bristol’s most elegant dining venues.