Restaurants In Wexford

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Partner – Vine Restaurant Wexford 

Vine Restaurant is one of Wexford’s longest established restaurants. Opened in 2001 by David & Siobhan Kavanagh, with one of the most experienced & talented Thai chefs living in Ireland, Raywat Wongprachan, Vine provides fabulous food with great service in a buzzing atmosphere.
The high ceilinged neo classical room provides the dramatic setting for a romantic couple, friends meeting up or a large party of revellers. (Click on the Image to go to the Vine Website)

Phone: (053) 9122388

Website: http://www.vinerestaurant.ie/


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Partner – Oyster Lane Restaurant @ The Talbot Hotel Wexford

The award winning Oyster Lane Restaurant offers guests a luxurious and intimate dining experience.

Using only the finest ingredients, with the emphasis on fresh local produce, our Executive Head Chef creates imaginative and mouth watering culinary delights making it the perfect choice for restaurants Wexford.

The Talbot Wexford also boasts an excellent cellar of quality wines from around the world and a full bar service to perfectly compliment your meal.

Phone: +353 53 9122566

Website: http://www.talbotwexford.ie/


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The Terrace Restaurant and the Library Bar at Clayton Whites Hotel

Clayton Whites Hotel has a strong reputation for great food, offering a wide range of menus to suit all tastes and budgets. With floor to ceiling windows, the bright and airy Terrace Restaurant, overlooking the fabulous courtyard, offers a 4 star dining experience. Alternatively guests can relax and unwind in the lobby Coffee Dock or cosy Library Bar.

Phone: +353 53 912 2311

Website: www.claytonwhiteshotel.com

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La Cote | Seafood Restaurant

La Cote Seafood Restaurant is a fine dining Restaurant catering for all tastes. It has seasonal menus that have locally sourced and foraged ingredients. Since La Cote has opened in 2014 it has been applauded for its ability to wow diners in search for an affordable and relaxed culinary experience. It is run by Chef/Patron Paul Hynes and his partner Edwina who is front of house, and is highly praised for her knowledge of the dishes/wine that is served in our restaurant.

Phone: 0539122122


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The Holy Grail Restaurant

Located in Selskar Square, in the heart of Wexford Town. We opened our doors in 2014 and since then have been serving up tasty, internationally inspired cuisine to the masses.
At The Holy Grail in Wexford, we believe in sourcing the freshest and best in locally sourced produce that is in season and our menu is a reflection of that. We believe in having something for everyone. Our menus include traditional Indian, Chinese, Irish and Italian dishes, to ensure that everyone is satisfied with their experience in The Holy Grail.
Planning a Special Dinner or Event? Please contact us for more information on the options available to you. We can cater our dishes to suit your individual and dietary requirements.

Phone: 053 91 44100

Website: http://www.theholygrailwexford.com/


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Trimmers Lane Café

Address: 6 Trimmers Lane, Wexford, Ireland

Phone: (053) 919 8956

Email: tlcwexford@hotmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Trimmerslanecafe/


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The Crown Bar

The Crown Bar, a modern twist to an age old tradition.  The Crown Bar newly renovated and opened in July 2015 was inspired by a European cosmopolitan culture complementing the old world charm of the bar.

You will find comfy sofas, traditional furniture with a vibrant splash of colour in the mix which really makes the Crown bar stand out from the rest, designed by Stephen Carr Architect and Interior design company the Crown bar will seduce you in every way.
During the day the Crown Bar offers a place to catch up with friends with coffee or lunch, while in the evening turning into a vibrant party bar with great music and great atmosphere.

The Crown Bar offers free WI-FI for your happy surfing. Customers can enjoy high speed internet connection so if you’re working, shopping or just simply keeping in touch you can do it in the comfort of The Crown Bar.

Phone:053 91 21480
Email: seamus@crownbar.ie
Website: www.crownbar.ie


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Greenacres

Phone: +353 (0)53 9122975
Email: info@greenacres.ie

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Spice Indian Restaurant

Spice Indian Restaurant was opened in 2006 by Richard and Emma Lett and is located on Monck Street, Wexford (Over the Crown Bar). Their menu’s are designed with an emphasis on refined yet creative Indian cuisine incorporating both traditional classic Indian favorites and original ‘signature’ dishes that blend Eastern flavours with a Western ‘twist’.
Their dishes are prepared with both conviction and a strong held belief that Indian cuisine is not about ‘heat’ but more about a marriage of fine aromatic fresh herbs and spices. Their chef’s are from Kerala, South India and were formerly employed at the 5 star ‘Taj’ group.
Spice is open nightly from 5.30pm (5pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday) for both in-house dining and take-away service. 
Tel: 053-91 22011

Thomas Moore Tavern

Located in the Cornmarket, just a 2 min stroll to the quay front, The Thomas Moore Tavern only uses the very best of local suppliers and produce. Serving lunch and evening meals in the heart of Wexford Town drop in and relax during your stroll through the town centre.

Enjoy delicious food served daily in the bar or join us for our renowned steaks and a glass of red in our Bistro. With Entertainment & live music in The Bar all throughout the Festival (*excluding Sunday, Monday & Wednesday)call into the Thomas Moore Tavern for that perfect pint and delicious meal for a guaranteed great night out

Tel: +353 (0)53 9174688
Email: info@thomasmooretavern.ie
Facebook: ThomasMooreTavern
Twitter:@thomasmooretave

Website: www.thomasmooretavern.com


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