Located under the King Sitric, and run by the same owners. East Cafe Bar specialises in local fish and shellfish. All Crab, Lobster and Shrimp coming from Balscadden Bay on their doorstep!
Cosy seaside Bar, Terrace and all day casual dining.
FISH ‘n CHIPS and SCAMPI ‘n CHIPS
The Summit Inn is a unique pub where all ages meet together to enjoy a pint and a snack and to relax and watch the world go by.
The Summit Inn,
Thormanby Road, Howth
Visit the Summit Inn website
Dorans sells a wide range of fish and shellfish, all as fresh as can be, and at prices that will keep you coming back again and again.
Dorans on the Pier,
West Pier, Howth
Visit the Dorans website
SCAMPI AND CHIPS and MARTHA’S VINEYWARD CLAM CHOWDER
Take one of Howth’s landmark buildings with a distinctive red-brick facade, design a warm and welcoming interior with a choice of places to eat, drink and relax on three levels, add in stunning views over the harbour and Ireland’s Eye ….and you have all the ingredients for the success story that is Wrights Findlater Howth.
Harbour Road, Howth
Visit the Findlater website
The spectacular harbour surroundings together with the ambiance and atmosphere of The Brass Monkey allows guests to experience the very essence of Irish hospitality.
The Brass Monkey,
West Pier, Howth
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Traditional Irish Bar & Seafood Restaurant in Howth. Warm and welcoming interior with an old fashioned feel, and an open turf fire.
The Bloody Stream,
Howth Dart Station
Visit The Bloody Stream website
Octopussy Festival Menu €30
To book 8390822
Octopussy’s aims to provide a slice of Mediterranean life for locals and a taste of home for visitors. It specialises in seafood tapas, with fresh fish and shellfish supplied daily from its fish shop next door –Dorans on The Pier.
West Pier, Howth
Visit the Octopussy’s Seafood Tapas website.
The Oar House serves the freshest of fresh fish, simply and sympathetically cooked in their open plan kitchen. In addition to the menu, each day of specials are based on the catch that day, giving customers the opportunity to sample seafood as it should be.
West Pier, Howth
Visit the Oar House Restaurant website
Some of the finest seafood cooking in the land is served at this elegant Howth landmark.
King Sitric / East Cafe Bar,
East Pier, Howth
Visit the King Sitric website
The House is an award winning truly Irish cafe, restaurant and deli situated in the centre of Howth Village. Once home to the infamous Captain Bligh, now locals and visitors alike enjoy this friendly, homely meeting place for all things food and drink.
The House Restaurant,
Main Street, Howth
Visit the House Restaurant website
Fish ‘n’ Chips
Enjoy stunning sea views of the Portmarnock & Malahide coastline whilst you dine.
West Pier, Howth
Visit Aqua Restaurant website.
This walk will be self-guided with instructions given on registration
Meeting Point: The Festival Office
Duration 1.5 – 2 hours
The route is weather dependant and will follow one of the four looped walks
Highfield B&B is a long established guest house with considerable charm and friendliness. We are located above the village of Howth, within a short drive of Dublin City Centre and near Howth Dart Station Continue reading →
Tel: +353 (0)1 8322936
Welcome to Cornerville Bed & Breakfast. A warm welcome awaits you at this bright modern home. Your host is Helen and it is our objective to make your time with us such that you will want to stay much longer! Continue reading →
Welcome to Staunton’s warm friendly family home situated in a quiet residential area of Howth Peninsula. They are 2km from the fishing village of Howth and 10km from Dublin City centre. Dublin Airport and Dublin Ferry port are each a twenty minute drive form their home. Howth village with its fishing boats & yachts boasts a wide variety of top class restaurants as well as a beautiful area for long cliff walks, fishing or golf. Continue reading →
Howth’s Premier Seafood Restaurant with Seaview Accommodation.
Celebrating 40 years, Aidan & Joan Mac Manus have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood & hospitality in their harbourside restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth. Panoramic sea views, the lapping of the water, the sounds of the sea birds….only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport and 25 minutes by DART into Dublin. Continue reading →
Established since 1897, the Marine Hotel is located at Sutton Cross, the gateway to Howth and Dublin City. The Marine is a Hotel of great warmth and character, with its lawn rolling down to the shore of Dublin Bay. There are 50 bedrooms, swimming pool, sauna, meeting rooms and banquet facilities. The Schooner Bar, Galley Carvery and Meridian Restaurant are all popular local venues. Continue reading →
The Howth Peninsula, with its picturesque harbour, lighthouses, walks, martello towers, and portal tomb, offers magnificent panoramas over Dublin Bay.In pre-Christian times the Celtic tribes called this peninsula ‘Ben Edar’ – the mountain or hill of Edar – possibly after a chieftain of the Tuatha De Danann. There has also been speculation that the name Benn na Edar, has an environmental origin meaning ‘hills of the oaks’. It was the Danes, however who first used the name ‘hoved’ meaning head, and over the years this came to be Howth. Continue reading →
Travelling from the City Centre to Howth:
The Festival is three days packed full of fun events and great food. Along with cooking demos and award winning food, you are guaranteed a great event
During the day there is street entertainment and a programme of walks, talks and seaside antics. As the sun goes down over Howth Harbour the fun continues as each evening the festival offer choices such as a Mystery Dine Around, Special Festival Menus in restaurants and pubs, fireworks on the Harbour and in-house musical entertainment in Howth’s Pubs.
Last year’s food village was the highlight of the festival and this year promises to deliver the best. Whatever way you like you Dublin Bay Prawns – whole, shelled, barbecued, fried, skewered, marinated, sauced – our award winning restaurants will serve your favourite prawn dishes in bite size portions at our Street Food Fair, in addition to a variety of other miniature dishes, so you can enjoy a range of tastes that Howth has to offer.
In addition to a market of local foods, fish filleting & fishery skills demos and a programme of family fun the food village will also include exciting cooking demonstrations for you budding cooks out there
Friday 187 March
1.00 Matt Fuller, Boqueria Brasserie & Restaurant
2.00 Kwanghi Chan, Euro Toques Chef
3.00 Siobhan Quinn-McDonagh, Brass Monkey
4.00 John Fitzmaurice, Euro Toques Chef
Saturday 18 March 1.00 Neven Maguire , “MacNean House” Blacklion
3.00 Domini Kemp
4.00 Dec MacManus & Joseph Harding, King Sitric
Sunday 19 March 1.00 Maeve Walsh, Winner 2016 Euro Toques
Young Chef Competition
2.00 Andrew Rudd, Medley Fleet Street, Author
3.00 Niamh Arthurs
4.00 John Aungier, Brass Monkey & Oarhouse