Rosie O' Grady's
‘A haven from the hustle and bustle’
Spanning three storeys, the 18th Century building is picturesque, well maintained and with the world-renowned name of Rosie O’ Grady’s dating back to 1890s New York, this truly is a well-established landmark.
Incorporating a function room and a large lounge area, Rosie’s, as it’s known to the locals, caters to every need.
‘Savour every bite’
Serving great food to suit all tastes 7 days a week in a warm, intimate atmosphere whilst being very reasonably priced, Rosie’s constitutes what good honest pub food is all about.
The kitchen offers an array of tasty dishes to suit even the most discernible palates. Choose from a variety of main courses including fresh fish, juicy steaks, flavoursome chicken and a choice of house special burgers. With all this and more Rosie’s certainly won’t disappoint!
With ample parking and a large beer garden, Rosie’s provides an ideal setting for any family function or occasion. The many screens located throughout ensure not a moment of sporting action is missed and when that’s all over the live music kicks in where many a ballad can be heard.
The banter between the locals flows as easily as the great pints and the warmth and friendliness of the staff goes hand in hand to create a unique and welcoming atmosphere that would struggle to be recreated elsewhere.
The sight of the open turf fire instils the feeling of a well-preserved and truly Irish local and adds to an already seamless union of old and new.
‘Location, location, location’
Just three minutes walk from Harold’s Cross Greyhound Stadium and a short distance from the City Centre along the bus routes of the 16 and 49, Rosie’s is accessible to all and provides a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of modern life.