The Hunt Café

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The Hunt Café
Hunt Museum , Old Custom House, Rutland Street , Limerick Co Limerick
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Tel: +353 61 312 662/087 1379908

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At the back of the museum, overlooking the river, with tables outside on the terrace, this bright modern café/restaurant is the perfect place for lunch in fine weather

The Hunt Café

At the back of the museum, overlooking the river, with tables outside on the terrace, this bright modern café/restaurant is the perfect place for a snack or lunch in fine weather.


Not just an appropriately elegant space to restore visitors to the museum, it is a popular lunchtime venue for locals who enjoy a light meal in pleasing surroundings. Expect attractively presented and healthy home-cooked food in the modern style - a goat's cheese bruschetta, perhaps, with well-dressed fresh leaves.


The cafe, after hours, and several other beautiful rooms and spaces in the museum are available for hire for parties and events. An impressive corporate venue, the Hunt is well worth considering for private dining or business meetings, lectures and seminars. Details of the spaces available can be found on their website.


 

Seats 70. Open daily 10-5 (Sun 2-5) [D, for groups only by arrangement], hot food Mon-Sat, 12-3pm only. Wine licence. Air conditioning. Closed Sun morning, 25 Dec. abbreviations
Last Updated: 01-04-2016
Author: Georgina Campbell

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On the ground floor of the Hunt Museum.

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