Dinner & Party
Delicious Dinner and Music Party in Dublin
Please note if you would prefer not to include the dinner you can also purchase 'Show Only' Tickets.
The Irish House Party is one of Ireland's best loved night's out.
On arrival you are greeted at the front door by your host and are checked in on our Irish House Party Guest List. First our guests enjoy a delicious 3 course dinner followed by tea or coffee. The dinner seating is at 7pm.
See menu below.
Our restaurant offers home style cooking with big flavoured traditional and contemporary dishes.
After your dinner the host brings you into the parlour room for The Irish House Party show. The parlour room is a beautifully refurbished state of the art theatre room where you will enjoy the show in great comfort.
The show begins after the dinner at 8.30pm and finishes at 10pm.
Root Vegetable Soup (v) (gf)
Served with traditional Irish brown bread
A steaming bowl of bacon, pork sausage, potato and onion finished with pearl barley
Cashel Blue Salad (v) (gf)
Dressed mixed leaves with croutons and the famous Cashel Blue Cheese
Roast Herb Stuffed Fillet of Irish Chicken
Wrapped in Bacon with a Red Wine Gravy
Beef and Guinness Stew
Tender chunks of Beef slowly casseroled in a Guinness and fresh thyme jus with carrots, onions, celery and potatoes
Honey and Lemon Glazed Fillet of Irish Salmon (gf)
served with a lemon and caper butter
Leek and Brie Parcel
Sauteed Leek, Brie and Cranberries wrapped in Filo Pastry and Baked until golden
(v) = vegetarian (gf) = gluten free
Selection of Irish desserts
Children can order from the main menu, we do small portions of everything
The show itself begins after the dinner, at 8.30pm and finishes at 10.00pm.
The show includes
- A delicious 3 course traditional Irish dinner followed by tea/coffee
- Live traditional Irish music performed by All-Ireland Champion musicians and Irish dancers.
- A humorous explanation of Irish music, dancing and instruments from entertaining presenters.
- The brush dance!
- Great stories about Dublin,its unique characters and Irish music pubs.
- Sean Nos (old style singing) in our native Irish language
Please note that the building is not wheelchair accessable.