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Magic at Marco Pierre White’s


by IMAGE
28th Dec 2014
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Tucked away on a tranquil, tree-lined street in Dublin’s bustling Donnybrook, you’ll find a world of wonder with Marco Pierre White’s Courtyard Bar & Grill. Set in a beautiful garden that twinkles all year round with fairy lights, a gastronomic delight awaits you. So too will you find a wealth of memorable entertainment what with their live jazz pianist every Friday and Saturday at 9pm.

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For those who know how they like to take their cocktails, be it on the rocks, straight or tall, you’re welcomed here to while away the winter’s hours amidst this urbane, intimate treasure, complete with gorgeously refurbished auction finds from around the globe. Whether you come along with friends for a night spent mulling over memories of days gone by in the moonlit courtyard, or you share a plate of mouth-watering oysters before getting cosy on the lounge sofas with that special someone, it’s at Marco Pierre White’s where magic moments can happen.

At MPW’s, you’re invited to revel in their meticulously crafted?classic tipples. We’re getting thirsty just reading about the Sidecar, a tasty tincture infused with fresh lemon and lime juice. For those of a more modern persuasion, there’s Marco’s favourite Espresso Martini with caramel vodka and a potent shot of caffeine. Or if you prefer to keep things simple, there’s always a glass of bubbly or a ?heartwarming craft beer to cure whatever ails you.

So what will it be? A persual of their Early Bird and A La Carte menu, bursting with flavours from the finest ingredients, is sure to whet your appetite. Encouraging a thirst like no other, soo too is their impressive cocktail list.

Above all else, beyond the world class food and the stylish surroundings, it’s the peerless standards upheld by both Marco Pierre White himself, as well as his expert staff, placing Dublin’s Donnybrook firmly on the map as a go to destination where you can rediscover the art of the schmooze, that make a night at MPW one that you’ll never forget.

Hungry yet? To secure a reservation, phone 01-5510555.

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