Eating out on Christmas Eve and Christmas

Eating out on Christmas Eve and Christmas

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We’re trying to figure out whether there are any restaurants open for dinner in Dublin, on December 24th & 25th. That appears to be complicated 🙄.
It doesn’t have to be a fancy X-mas dinner. Pub food will do fine! 😉
Any tips?
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Dag Jeroen,

It's great to hear that you'll be spending Christmas in Dublin! 🎄 

Restaurants that are part of a hotel are more likely to offer a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day menu, even though it is a family day in Ireland.

You can find some options from the list here. I'd invite you to contact the hotels that interest you directly. Here are also a few suggestions to spend Christmas in Ireland.

I hope this helps!

Cheers,
Antoine

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