Dublin Environs Restaurants

Dining out in the area is usually a casual affair, but Dublin's top restaurateurs are influencing the cooking—and the prices—at the finer establishments outside the capital. The economic downturn has also encouraged smaller, innovative, and, above all, good-value restaurants like Las Rada to spring up in unlikely places like Naas. Chefs hereabouts have a deep respect for fresh, locally grown and raised produce. You'll find everything from Continental-style meals to hearty ploughman's lunches.

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  • 1. The Hungry Monk

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    The cloisters-and-refectory-style decor is definitely tongue-in-cheek at this upbeat, fun restaurant in sleepy Greystones, an old-fashioned seaside resort a couple of miles south of Bray....Read More

  • 2. Eden

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    Located in the impressive vaulted cellar of Bellinter House, Eden sticks strictly to a seasonal ethos with menus based on locally sourced produce. Oenophiles rave...Read More

  • 3. Las Radas

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    Experienced foodies Jules and Joanne Bradbury have taken a creative approach to tapas adding local flavor to their Moorish-inspired, brightly decorated bar and restaurant. Tapas...Read More

  • 4. La Serre

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    Choosing between a table in the sheltered courtyard or the splendid Turner-designed conservatory is the hardest thing about dining at this restaurant—nearly everything on chef...Read More

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