Food & Drink

Continental breakfast is served in the Grafton Guesthouse dining room between 8am and 10.30am daily.

Continental breakfast is complimentary. Hot/cooked breakfast is available in our sister place called l’Geueleton (French Restaurant) located on Fade Street at an additional cost.

 

l’Gueuleton

l’Gueuleton exudes rustic charm. The combination of exposed red brick walls, industrial beams and copper ceilings, dark wood floors is the perfect setting for Head Chef Aoife Barker’s food – French Bistro with a modern twist.

Since opening its doors in October 2004 l’Gueuleton has served French Bistro cooking at it’s finest. Combining quality Irish produce with serious French flair, l’Gueuleton offers a fantastic menu, matched with a perfectly balanced selection of Old World wines.

 

Hogans

Ask anyone in Dublin for their top ten pubs and Hogans will be on that list. With its relaxed atmosphere, traditional and European decor and friendly staff, it attracts an eclectic clientele. It really is all things to all people.

Come for an afternoon pint and watch the world go by or drop by on the weekend and dance the night away in the basement bar. Hogans has it all!

 

The Bar With No Name

The Bar with No Name, the Secret Bar, the Snail Bar, the place at the top of the stairs, that place that sells great cocktails. That’s us! Come through the door under the snail, up the stairs and gaze in wonder at the New York loft style bar in the heart of Dublin’s Creative Quarter.

If you want to sit on one of the plush couches and sip on an Old Fashioned or relax outside in our big top terrace enjoying an ice cold bottle of Prosecco, there’s no better place.

 

Drury Buildings

A mish-mash of Berlin exterior, New York interior, fine wines, classic cocktails, craft beers and some really cracking food. Take a six storey, derelict, old rag trade building in Dublin city centre. Mix a container load of reclaimed bars, floors, doors, church benches, glass, timber and steel from New York. Shake with 2 years of hard graft. Finally, garnish with the extraordinary culinary skills of Warren Massey.