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The 7 Most Romantic Restaurants In Dublin

Trinity Library, medieval history and fun nightlife are just a few things that keep couples busy when visiting the Irish capital. In addition to a rich history and plenty of attractions, it’s also home to some incredibly romantic restaurants. Whether you are a local or a tourist, consider these seven romantic restaurants in Dublin when planning your next date night.

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1. Chapter One Restaurant

Chapter One Restaurant is home to one Michelin star and many fabulous dishes. Classic Irish charm is met with haute cuisine providing a homey, yet sophisticated atmosphere. You’ll find that the staff are very knowledgable and the meals are simply unmatched.

2. La Bodega

Bring a little Spanish passion to your evening at La Bodega. This traditional tapas and wine bar is a staple for couples looking to enjoy authentic Spanish food with bold wines in a stylish setting. Create your own meal with several of their insanely good tapas and toast to each other with Tempranillo. ¡Salud!

3. Pearl Brasserie

What’s more romantic than a single table for two in a wine cellar? Take your seat in their intimate wine cellar or have a cosy meal by their fireplace. Either way, you’re sure to wow your date with their innovative cuisine and romantic setting.

4. Delahunt

Housed in an old Victorian building on Camden Street, Delahunt is perfect for a romantic evening. Traditional Irish plates are made up of local and seasonal foods and continue to wow guests year after year. The food is good in fact, that has received several Michelin bibs.

In terms of service, food and atmosphere, Delahunt checks all the boxes for date night.

5. Ely Bar and Grill

Sweep your partner off their feet with a delicious meal at Ely Bar and Grill. Situated in a restored 1821 wine warehouse along the riverbanks of Liffey, its location is hard to beat. Try any one of their wonderful family farm-sourced dishes and enjoy a delicious Irish whiskey for a comfortable and memorable date.

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6. Locks

Locks is one of those places that you just don’t forget. The cosy neighbourhood atmosphere and ideal canal location make it an excellent choice for a romantic evening. You can’t go wrong with any of their local fish plates and don’t leave without trying a dessert.

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7. Bloom Brasserie

Just a hope away from the picturesque Grand Canal bridge, Bloom Brasserie is the perfect option for date night. Enjoy a romantic meal at a table for two after strolling the historical city together and taking in its charm.

At Bloom Brasserie, you’ll find that all of their dishes are equally innovative, flavourful and delightfully French-Irish. The staff is attentive and friendly while still providing a cosy level of intimacy.

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Melanie Hamilton
Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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