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ADDRESS

The Waterloo Bar & Grill 36 Upper Baggot St, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 660 0650
info@thewaterloobarandgrill.ie

WEB

www.thewaterloobarandgrill.ie

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The Waterloo Bar & Grill

Winner of the ‘bar of the year’ award.

The Waterloo Bar is a stylish venue set in the heart of Dublin’s business, financial and tourist districts. Set in the heart of Patrick Kavanagh’s Baggatonia, The Waterloo Bar is situated on Baggot Street, only a ten minute walk to St. Stephens Green and Grafton Street and many of Dublin’s main attractions.

Renowned for its quality food and drink offering, The Waterloo Bar serves a very popular bar snacks menu as well as its more extensive main course. Our wine menu, sourced only from small independent vineyards through our supplier is extremely popular with many variations available, poured by the glass or bottle.

The newly built smoking area, built off our exclusive terrace bar, allows for a peaceful break from city life. The terrace bar is available for bookings for up to 120 people and food can be provided.

More information, including food and drink menus are available form www.thewaterloobar.ie


History of the Waterloo

Built around 1840
Edward Nixon - Wine Merchant 1845 - 1866
John Byrne - Grocer 1866 - 1902
Joseph H Keogh - Family Grocer 1902 -1923
T.Moroney & Son - Tea & Wine Merchant1923 -1939
J.J Higgins - Tea & Wine Merchant1939 - 1948
John Murray - Wine & Spirit Merchant1948 - 1965
Andrew (Andy) Ryan - Wine & Spirit Merchant1965 - 2002
Frank & Michael Quinn 2002 - present



The Waterloo Bar & Grill

ADDRESS

The Waterloo Bar & Grill 36 Upper Baggot St, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 660 0650
info@thewaterloobarandgrill.ie

WEB

www.thewaterloobarandgrill.ie

Share

Winner of the ‘bar of the year’ award.

The Waterloo Bar is a stylish venue set in the heart of Dublin’s business, financial and tourist districts. Set in the heart of Patrick Kavanagh’s Baggatonia, The Waterloo Bar is situated on Baggot Street, only a ten minute walk to St. Stephens Green and Grafton Street and many of Dublin’s main attractions.

Renowned for its quality food and drink offering, The Waterloo Bar serves a very popular bar snacks menu as well as its more extensive main course. Our wine menu, sourced only from small independent vineyards through our supplier is extremely popular with many variations available, poured by the glass or bottle.

The newly built smoking area, built off our exclusive terrace bar, allows for a peaceful break from city life. The terrace bar is available for bookings for up to 120 people and food can be provided.

More information, including food and drink menus are available form www.thewaterloobar.ie


History of the Waterloo

Built around 1840
Edward Nixon - Wine Merchant 1845 - 1866
John Byrne - Grocer 1866 - 1902
Joseph H Keogh - Family Grocer 1902 -1923
T.Moroney & Son - Tea & Wine Merchant1923 -1939
J.J Higgins - Tea & Wine Merchant1939 - 1948
John Murray - Wine & Spirit Merchant1948 - 1965
Andrew (Andy) Ryan - Wine & Spirit Merchant1965 - 2002
Frank & Michael Quinn 2002 - present



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