If you are planning to go to the 3 Arena, then Grand Central is the perfect place to meet for a pre-show drink or meal. Situated beside the Abbey Luas stop. We have quick plates to share, hearty main courses, wines, cocktails and craft beers!
Have a look at our menu here.
Lunch and drinks Stopped into this lovely bar for drinks lunch and a spot of rugby last Sunday. What a lovely experience . The staff were absolutely excellent friendly chatty and recommending what to eat from the menu. I even got a present of a hat to bring with me to Country to country festival in 3 Arena. Food was very good and prices were reasonable. Will be back to visit again soon X highly recommend this place !!!!!
After cinema dinner We visited The Grand Central on Saturday evening after a matinee and had a great meal with a few drinks. The meal was reasonably priced and the staff were very friendly. We will definitely return.
Outstanding Service and Food! For our evening meal, we made a reservation at the Grand Central Café Bar. We were intrigued by the pictures that we saw on their website. It is housed in an old bank - steeped in history right on O’Connell Street. Our server, Joseph, went out of his way to make us feel especially welcome and attended to our every want and need. He was truly the consummate waiter.My husband started with a Dubliner, 10-year old, Irish Single malt whiskey. Then, we enjoyed a bottle of Paul Mas Merlot – very smooth and drinkable. For our entrees, I had the Lamb Shank that came with mashed potatoes, carrots and broccoli. I just love lamb shanks; so, I was in my element. My husband savoured the Atlantic salmon with mashed potatoes and broccoli. We were intrigued by what we thought were onion rings, but turned out to be just fried onion straws. They were crispy and good. For dessert, he chose the Baileys Irish Cream Cheesecake. It was truly a decadent way to end a delicious meal! Our total bill was € 77.