Exploring Dublin

Wine hotspots of Dublin

by stephaniehiggins
07 June 2018 · 2 min read
Wine Hotspots Dublin

There is one sure thing we can say about wine, and that’s that it never goes out of style. Whether it’s a full red paired together with dinner, or a sparkling white in the sun, wine is a winner. In Dublin there are many lovely spots to enjoy a glass of wine, so make sure to read this blog if you’re a wine lover.

La Cave Wine bar & Restaurant

La Cave is Dublin’s oldest and original wine bar. They offer no less than 350 wines, of which 40 are available by glass. The restaurant offers authentic French cuisine, so the perfect pair with wine… all to be enjoyed in a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere.

28 South Anne Street, Dublin 2

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Descending into the red room for dinner

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Port House Pintxo

What’s not to love about an evening filled with good wines and tapas? Port House Pintxo has a warm romantic atmosphere, and except from decently priced wines, they also offer a wide sherry menu. Port House Pintxo is hidden in the busy Temple Bar, but once you’ve found it’s promised to be an evening to remember.

12 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

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La Caverna

An Italian restaurant can’t be missed on a list of wine spots. La Caverna is a well-known Italian restaurant and loved by many. The restaurant is located in the heart of Temple Bar and has a great lovely atmosphere. This family run restaurant offers a large menu and an excellent selection of wines (all available by the glass).

12 Fownes Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

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Dinner with @gabriellamolina97 & mother Mary was lovely, ty for having me stay with you for Christmas gabs xo ?????

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Bloom Brasserie

This basement located restaurant is a top scorer on TripAdvisor, everyone seems to walk out happy from this place. On the outside, Bloom seems to be a small, hidden restaurant, but once inside it’s a big, bright and airy space. The place is owned by two brothers, who are dedicated to deliver a fantastic dining experience for their guests.

11 Baggot Street Upper, Dublin 4

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#bloombrasserie #irishfood #seafood #raywing #dublin #baggotstreet

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Ely Wine Bar

Ely wine bar is located in one of the Georgian buildings and houses over 500 wines by the bottle and 100 by the glass. The food on the menu is locally produced or sourced. Also, wine tasting classes and events are part of the range of special events arranged throughout the year.

22 Ely Place, Dublin City Centre

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Celebrating Spanish Wine Week with a flight of fine Spanish wines at ely wine bar and a Cava and Canapés tasting at ELY BAR&GRILL. Read all about it over on the ely blog. Link in our profile ?#spanishwineweek #spanishwine #wineflight #cava #canapes #winetasting #blog #blogpost #wines #wineeducation #elywinebar #elychq

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The Davenport

The Davenport hotel is located on beautiful Merrion Square and has the perfect bar to enjoy a glass of wine. The hotel bar is recently refurbished and offers great space to relax.

8-10 Merrion Street Lower, Dublin

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The new bar at @thedavenportdublin by @courtneycronin_id cheers!

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We now only named five of the amazing wine hotspots Dublin has to offer, and it was hard to choose. If you’re interested in the Davenport, follow us on Facebook to stay updated.