Cead Mile Failte ,we are delighted to welcome all our customers and friends back on August 31st to The Quays. We are all in dire need of some non-zoom socialising. The head chef and his team will be preparing delicious dishes to compliment your favourite drink. The stories told from near and far mean every […]
Cue the Holiday Jingles: Christmas in Dublin is something truly special. Celebrate the silly season with us this year and enjoy a truly Irish experience! From the cosy snugs in Kehoes and The Stag’s Head to the heat of an open fire. We have an abundance of Irish Christmas atmosphere on offer as well […]
Rugby fans around the world are already looking forward to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. It is the first time in the event’s history that it will take place outside the traditional heartland of the sport, and the first time it will be held in Asia. The 6-week tournament will kick off on September […]
The historic name of the district was not Temple Bar but St. Andrews Parish. It was a suburb of medieval (Anglo-Norman) Dublin, located outside the city walls. It fell into disuse at the beginning of the 14th century because the land was exposed to attacks by the native Irish. The land was redeveloped again in […]
Great dinner! Delicious My husband, myself and 2 young adult daughters had dinner here. Very crowded but we waited 15-20 minutes. Well worth it. We had seafood chowder appetizer and cheesy bread, both great! I had the salad with warm goat cheese and walnuts. It was delicious but with walnuts in the name I thought there should have been more. It was really good! My husband had fists day chips and my daughters had Shepard pie. Everyone loved there food! Service was fast but abrupt. It was crowded so I forgive it. Definitely recommend!
Lots of Tourist Please do not let the title fool you. Everything from the host to the service, to the food was very very good. My family and I, American tourist, could not help but notice how many other American's were also dining. The food is traditionally Irish but those around you may not be, if you are looking for authenticity
Choosing a Pub in Temple Bar So many bars in Temple Bar area. How to choose? Mainly it was a matter of avoiding the ones that were too full to be able to get through the door, or pumping out music so loud we couldn't speak or which had large groups of stag do’s and Top-Deck tourists in bad Irish hats or Viking horns. We didn't exactly choose Quays Bar. Instead we just randomly peered through the doors of a few pubs and and when we saw that this one had two great Irish folk singers, a lively atmosphere, space at the bar and was nicely full without being crammed in like sardines, we stayed. Perfect! More