The Best Places to get Terrific Tapas in DublinTown
Tapas is deadly in that, you have the opportunity to eat from numerous different dishes for one meal.
Sometimes you simply can’t decide what you want, you’re in the mood for more than one big plate of the same thing – Tapas is the only way. You can decide to get 10 different dishes to share and you end up tasting 10 dramatically different and delicious dishes for dinner. What’s not to love? We’ve compiled a list of the best Spanish dining experiences in Dublin – go forth and tapas.
Recent winner of Restaurant of the Year – Dublin and Overall at the Irish Hospitality Awards and also Best Mediterranean Establishment at The Food Awards! With Flamenco Guitar nights hosted often, Salamanca is the perfect place to transport yourself to Spain without amazing food, great service and a wonderful atmosphere.
An Irish-Spanish owned place, Las de Lola offer award winning Spanish tapas, wines, beers and tasty sangria. The team are passionate about their authentic Spanish food, wine and even more passionate about having fun. The atmosphere is always buzzing and once you go you’ll return again and again.
Traditional Spanish tapas bar offers a variety of basque pintxos and tapas along with an eclectic list of wines, ports and sherries. They even have select ports served straight from the cask. The first of the three taverns, the Port House South William Street was their first, opened in 2006.
Housed in one of the most beautiful buildings in the Creative Quarter, The Market Bar is one of the most popular restaurants in Dublin. The open plan restaurant is truly one of the most atmosphere in the city, and the authentic, vast selection of tapas is just as good.
The Tapas Bar in Fade Street Social is an exciting city centre tapas bar located in the Crative Quarter in DublinTown. It’s owned by Dylan McGrath, one of Ireland’s most celebrated Chefs, Fade Street Social is just as delicious as you think it should be owned by a Michelin awarded chef.
The Bailey Bar has a small selection of tapas featuring on their Bar Menu including Gambas al Ajillo (Prawns served with olive oil, garlic oil and chilli), Patatas Bravas, Tortilla Espanola and Albondigas (Spanish meatballs in a spicy meatball sauce).