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1-4 Parliament St., Dublin, , Ireland | +353 1 671 8267

price range

$ (Entrees $15 and under)

cuisine

British or Irish

features

Great value, Local haunt
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Right across the street from City Hall, The Ivy is a lively evening hangout that’s part bar, part restaurant, where bustling groups mingle between cozy booths and high tables. There’s a strong French influence in the Irish classics—dishes like pulled Wicklow venison, slow cooked in red wine, wouldn't be out of place in a Parisian bistro. The seafood chowder is a gem, with mussels, smoked haddock, and clams bathing in a rich and creamy broth. Kick things off with a few oysters, dressed in shallot vinegar or with cabbage, bacon, and Guinness.

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The Ivy

Right across the street from City Hall, The Ivy is a lively evening hangout that’s part bar, part restaurant, where bustling groups mingle between cozy booths and high tables. There’s a strong French influence in the Irish classics—dishes like pulled Wicklow venison, slow cooked in red wine, wouldn't be out of place in a Parisian bistro. The seafood chowder is a gem, with mussels, smoked haddock, and clams bathing in a rich and creamy broth. Kick things off with a few oysters, dressed in shallot vinegar or with cabbage, bacon, and Guinness.