Fun restaurants in Dublin

Zopaash Iqbal | Date posted - 22 Nov 2018

In recent years Dublin has become home to some incredible fine dining restaurants, but what about when you just want to have a bit of fun? For those days when you just want to let your hair down we’ve rounded up a list of fun restaurants in Dublin.

777

Make your way to Dublin’s Creative Quarter and you’ll find 777. A trendy Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar that screams cool from its interior to the dishes on the menu. Try the pig’s head carnitas from the wood burning grills that are great for sharing. Or try the yellowfin tuna sashimi tostados which are a personal favourite. Did we mention they do some incredible Margaritas? And we all know nothing says fun like a good ol’ cocktail.

NoLIta

What do you get when you mix a classic Italian eatery with a New York bar? Nolita of course! Offering a great rooftop vibe, Nolita is the ideal place to spend the evening. In the heart of Dublin’s city centre, NoLIta prides itself on being one of the cities most loved night spots. With live entertainment, top class DJs and expert mixologists, these guys will have you dancing from the early evening into the wee hours.

Yamamori Izakaya

Next on our list of fun restaurants in Dublin we have Yamamori Izakaya. They first came on the scene in 2011, and have been churning out some of the best Japanese tapas dishes (Japas) ever since. Head downstairs where you’ll find a Japanese-style drinking house, with famous Izakaya cocktails, beers, and sake. Here you’ll be surrounded by manga cartoons, lanterns, and deep soul tunes from Dublin’s up-and-coming DJs to get you ready for the night ahead.

 

Bull and Castle

If your idea of fun is a good steak and some fine wine then this place is for you. The team at The Bull and Castle have over 25 years of experience and knowledge about all things steak so you know you’re in for a treat here. Located in the historic area of Christchurch, The Bull & Castle is much loved by locals and we’re sure you’ll be won over by the incredible food on offer here.

Saba

The final venue in our hunt for the best restaurants in Dublin leads us to Saba. A buzzing city centre bar & eatery serving award winning food and cocktails with a Thai & Vietnamese flavour. Stop by the bar for a drink and to soak up the atmosphere, drop in for an express lunch, or join them for a night out filled with great food and drink. A great spot in the city when you’re looking for a good time with a small group of friends or a large gathering.

 

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