Featured in Lucinda O'Sullivans ' Great Places 2013' guide, Moloughney's of Clontarf aim to deliver simple but excellent seasonal Irish food for the best value possible. Liam and Michelle Moloughney have created a dining room that is both sociable and laid back, just as a neighbourhood place should be. With its exposed brick walls, open fireplaces and floor to ceiling windows, it feels like home but on a bigger scale! It’s the perfect place to recover when you’ve blown off the cobwebs with a walk on the Bull Wall.Moloughney’s is located just off the Clontarf Road on Vernon Avenue, less than 5km from the city. Hop on the no. 130 bus from Lower Abbey Street in the city centre or take the Dart to Clontarf Dart Station and enjoy a gentle 20 minute stroll along the promenade. Parking is available in the public car park less than a minute away on the promenade.Right on the doorstep is The Viking Theatre at The Sheds is a neat venue with a busy schedule of top-notch productions and comedy nights. A pre theatre dinner menu is available.
9 Vernon Avenue, Dublin 3, Clontarf