Restaurants for Family Travelers in Dublin, Ireland 

Filter by
Sort By
Popularity - Overall
Grid ViewList View
300 Results
filtered byFamiliesX
Clear all
  • Recommended for You
  • 1

    Toscana Italian Restaurant

    2 reviews

    Toscana Restaurant City Centre Dublin is one of my favorite destinations in weekends. It is the best Italian restuarant & Pizzeria in Dublin city, a few minutes from my place. Love to be here with friends and family to taste the mouthwatering Italian cuisine apart from Pizzas, I don't like Pizzas that much. The ambiance is okay and the staffs ...

    Popular withFamiliesLGBTBusiness
  • 2

    Butler's Chocolate Café (Wicklow Street)

    3 reviews

    Great coffee, wonderful chocolates and nice people. Even my mother enjoyed it and coffee shops are not her thing!

    Popular withBusinessDesignFamilies
  • 3

    Brasserie Sixty6

    2 reviews

    Brasserie Sixty6 is in a very good location with the friendliest staff I have ever seen in my life... Food is superb, I fall in love with the beef & duck among the main courses... Portions are big... It is my favourite restaurant in Dublin.

    Popular withDesignLuxuryFamilies
  • Other places you might like...
  • 4

    Cornucopia Wholefoods

    10 reviews

    This place could make vegetarians of us all. It's probably unfair to describe vegetarian food in relation to meat and meat-eating, but I will anyway: the food is gut-filling, hearty stuff, the kind you'd expect from a Sunday roast. Except, of course, for the meat, but you don't notice that or care. Impressive.

    Popular withVegetarianFoodiesGreen
  • 5

    Queen of Tarts (Cork Hill location)

    9 reviews

    Don't miss this coffee/pastry shop when you visit. Tarts are exquisite, delightful, delicious. Stop, munch, read. Exterior is painted glossy firecracker red.

    Popular withFoodiesVegetarianDesign
  • 6

    Bewley's Grafton Street

    8 reviews

    On the same site since 1927. There was a public outcry when it closed down a few years ago and magically it reappeared. Somewhat of an institution, it was mentioned in James Joyce's 'Dubliners' and was the haunt of many literary and artistic figures such as Sean O'Casey, Patrick Cavanagh and Samuel Beckett. Not quite the same as long ago ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
  • 7

    Winding Stair Bookshop & Cafe

    5 reviews

    I'm not sure how the bookshop and cafe are related, but they're both great. The shop is one of a very few (two? three?) independent bookstores in Dublin. The food at the restaurant is of the simple-but-amazing variety, the kind that makes you think (mistakenly) that you could do it at home.

    Popular withFoodies
  • 8

    Keoghs Of Trinity Street

    5 reviews

    I really like this café on Trinity street. From quiches to paninos & wraps to good coffee. The scones & homemade muffins are awesome, particularly the pear & vanilla & the apple muffins. It is quite small but the service is super fast.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesStudents
  • 9


    3 reviews

    Bobo's is the best gourmet-burger restaurant in town. It's a fifteen-minute walk from the centre, well worth it for the hike through the hip Camden St. area. Burgers here are a staple for visitors to the many local venues, including Whelans, which is right next door. The coleslaw will knock you out of your chair.

    Popular withBudgetFoodies
  • 10

    Cafe En Seine

    5 reviews

    Posh place, expensive beer , but in overall I always had a great time there.

  • 11

    The Pig's Ear

    4 reviews

    We had lunch here. It was a great menu matched with very good selection of wine. The restaurant was full of light and nice view of Trinity College. Loved it...

    Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
  • 12

    Leo Burdock

    3 reviews

    The standard for Irish Fish and Chips, as they say Leo's is the oldest chipper in the city! I had the luck of being there, to have my first Irish fisha dn chips, on the celebration of their 100 year anniversary! A classic at a great price!

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesLocal
  • 13

    Fixx Coffeehouse

    3 reviews

    Their coffee is hard to beat. These barista's know what they're doing, and even drew a lovely Bart Simpson into my cappuccino!

    Popular withLocalTrendstersStudents
  • 14

    Celtic Whiskey Shop

    3 reviews

    They have a great selection of drinks. Allie was very informative and helpful. I bought Patron xo and vanilla vodka. I would recommend this as your first stop when looking for unusual spirits

  • 15

    The Butcher Grill

    3 reviews

    Great steak. Burgers are a bit greasy. The place is small and quite squished together but makes up for it with food

  • 16

    Avoca Cafe

    3 reviews

    The food is lovely and fresh. Try the fish pie and take the carrot cake with you!

  • 17

    Fallon & Byrne

    3 reviews

    Great wines. It's ok French. Don't expect a fancy NYC French restaurant experience. But it's a nice evening.

  • 18

    Gallaghers Boxty House

    3 reviews

    This traditional Irish restaurant is located in the Temple Bar district. Great atmosphere and excellent service. I enjoyed the Chicken and Smoked Bacon Boxty which is a free range chicken filet in a creamy smoked bacon and leek sauce wrapped in a traditional Leitrim Boxty (potatoe) Pancake. The beef stew was also amazing. This is a must stop for lunch ...

    Popular withLuxury
  • 19

    Il Valentino Continental Bakery

    It is the bakery on the corner close to the business centre of the city... You stop by in the morning have a cup of freshly brewed Italian coffee & amazing sandwiches, cup cakes, pies etc... It is soooo good. I definitely recommend.

    Popular withFoodies
  • 20

    The Port House

    2 reviews

    The best tapas bar in Dublin city, romantic atmosphere and affordable.The dishes are well presented ( tapas and pintxos) and served in generous portions.

Pick Dates for Best Prices:Compare across,, and many more
Filter restaurants by Cuisine
Fetching recommendations for your next adventure ...