Lunch time is Stew Time!
Every Irish person knows that their mother’s stew is the absolute best in Ireland! Lamb or beef stew is the perfect Winter warmer and ignites a wonderful sense of nostalgia for us Irish. Since not everyone is lucky enough to enjoy my mothers stew, check out our top 3 places in Dublin City Centre to enjoy Ireland’s Traditional Dish.
The Brazen Head, on Winetavern Street, has been around since 1198! And with over 800 years of history behind them, they certainly know a thing or two about making a good stew. The Brazen’s Stew is made with wholesome chunks of traceable Irish lamb, root vegetables and potatoes, making it perfect on a Winters day. For the ultimate Dublin experience stop by and enjoy the daily Live Music with your traditional broth.
Not only known as the ‘Home of the best Pint in Dublin‘, Mulligan’s of poolbeg street, also has a long standing reputation as the home of the ultimate Dublin stew. In fairness if the stew is good enough for John F Kennedy, Doris Day and James Joyce than it’s good enough for us! There’s always a chance that an impromptu ballad session will break out so, stop by, bring along good voice and a hearty appetite!
Enjoy a bowling of steaming stew washed down with a silky pint of Arthur Guinness’ finest tipple under the shadow of the nearby iconic Guinness Storehouse at Stop 14 on the City Sightseeing Dublin tour. Arthur’s stew is made with Beef and a good splash of Dublin’s finest stout. If the main seems a bit daunting, try the starter portion as it will fill you up on it’s own! Arthur’s is a real local’s pub with visitors are always welcome.