The Church, Café, Late Bar and Restaurant

A circular bar with chairs around it and a display of bottles behind the bar
Long old fashioned bar with lots of ornate wood décor
A bar with a seating area in a tall room with stained glass windows
Come to The Church, Café, Late Bar and Restaurant where you can enjoy coffee, drinks, great Irish food and traditional Irish music in one of Ireland’s most unique venues based in the heart of Dublin City.

The Church, Café, Late Bar and Restaurant on Jervis Street, Dublin City, is a 17th century former church converted into a contemporary bar and restaurant venue, which is of intrinsic historical interest.

Enjoy lunch beneath a stained glass window and an original Renatus Harris built organ, take a self guided tour and visit the bust of Arthur Guinness who was married here in 1761. You can also visit the burial crypts, the final resting place of Lord Norbury, The Hanging Judge, and you will realise why The Church has established itself as a popular visitor attraction in Dublin City centre.

The bar serves casual pub grub from 12pm to 9pm throughout the venue, and the surrounding terrace is perfect for alfresco diners and summer BBQ’s. The Basement Cellar is a perfect city centre event space and Bar 1701 can cater for groups of 60 to 100 people.

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