Hanley at the Bar

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Address:
Hanley at the Bar
The Distillery Building, May Lane , Dublin 7 Dublin City
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Tel: +353 1 878 0104

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A stylish daytime establishment, with chic interiors and contemporary food

Hanley at the Bar

Well known caterer Claire Hanley's smart daytime Dublin restaurants near the Jameson Distillery and is perennially popular with business lunchers and the lawyers from the nearby Law Library and the Four Courts, but was otherwise a well-kept secret until this area began its recent phase of rapid development.


High stools at the bar provide a comfortable perch if you are waiting for a table (it gets very busy at lunch time), but it's worth a little patience as you may expect good contemporary cooking in very chic surroundings.

Open Mon-Tue 8am-5pm, Wed-Fri 8am-8pm. abbreviations
Last Updated: 27-04-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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