Farm restaurants are Irish owned, family run restaurants in the heart of Dublin, Ireland. They opened Farm, 3 Dawson Street in 2007, near to Trinity College, the Lord Mayor’s Mansion House, Grafton Street, Dáil Éireann (the Irish Parliament) and St. Stephen’s Green. Farm, 133 Upper Leeson Street opened in the Summer of 2012, and is also a short and lovely walk from St Stephen’s Green. Farm 133 Leeson Street is a Georgian building with lovely views of Christ Church, Leeson Park, and close proximity to some of Dublin’s finest residential areas and the beautiful Grand Canal.The Farm restaurants love Irish food and ingredients. Their menus take inspirations from some far-flung destinations, but they source locally as many of their ingredients as possible, and a large proportion of their meat, vegetables, and other ingredients are organic – free from GM, artificial additives, fertilisers, growth promoters and herbicides. They believe that this is better for your health, better for the environment, better for farmers, and more delicious! The restaurants display certificates from all of their organic produce suppliers. Many gluten-free and vegetarian options are available.The Farm restaurants take great pride and are delighted that many of their customers are regulars – from business-people who want more than a mass-produced salad and sandwich for lunch, to couples lingering over a romantic meal, from families with high-chairs and high-spirits to old-friends re-uniting in Dublin after years apart. All are welcome at Farm restaurants.The Farm restaurants are also pleased to accept reservations. Farm 133 Upper Leeson Street also has a private dining-room available for up to 30 people. Farm Gift Vouchers are welcomed.Farm, 3 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, is open from 11am until 11pm.Farm, 133 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4 open from 11am until 11pm and offers a take-away/delivery menu and, at the weekend, a brunch menu full of favourites.
3 Dawson Street