Spacious café and wine bar serving Mediterranean-style fare
Gourmet Food Parlour
One of a small Dublin chain of quality café/wine bars, this casual and spacious venue in The Grange Gallery serves up light Mediterranean fare and homemade desserts in a family-friendly setting - the emphasis is on quality at an affordable price.
With monthly changing art exhibitions, an interesting gift shop and a lovely garden, it makes an interesting destination for a day out. Designed by renowned landscape architect Jane McCorkell, adventure and mystery are the themes behind the intriguing garden which features birch woodland with hidden sculptures; there also allotments (see website for availability).
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