All of us at the Pembroke Townhouse love to eat out.
Here is a list of our favourite places, a stone's throw away from Pembroke Road and our Boutique Hotel.
To avoid disappointment, reservations
for Friday & Saturday evening should be made at least a day in advance.
Our reception team would be more than happy to assist you.
The idea behind ASADOR is simple; source the best of Irish produce and cook in the most ancient of ways. The living, breathing heart of their open kitchen is their bespoke 1.2 tonne ‘Asador’. Their chefs have spent time in Spain, Portugal & Argentina honing the skills necessary to cook over fires of lump wood charcoal and indigenous hardwoods.
Roly’s Restaurant & Café originally opened in November 1992 and has over 80 members of staff working in front of house and in the kitchens to prepare the food that has made Rolys one of the most popular places to eat in Dublin.
Pull up a seat at their whiskey bar boasting an extensive range of 150, dine in their restaurant with meals cooked to perfection in their rotisserie oven and enjoy those sunny days with a cocktail in hand in the large beer garden out back. Feel at home in the traditional Irish pub; Searsons – a place to eat, drink and meet others.
Bloom Brasserie & Wine Bar is a modern, fresh, tastefully designed restaurant on Dublin's Baggot Street - right on the border of the very trendy (and desirable) Dublin 4 district and the Central Business District of Dublin 2 seconds from the Grand Canal bridge.
Bloom caters for those looking for high quality food and wine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.