Galentine’s Day: Five Fabulous Dublin Restaurants for a Girl’s Night Out

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This Valentine’s Day, why not head out for some great food and drinks with your best gal pals? We’ve found five of Dublin’s best restaurants for a girl’s night out:

Galentine’s Day: Five Fabulous Dublin Restaurants for a Girl’s Night Out

Mama Yo, Camden Street

Mama Yo is the brand new authentic Chinese restaurant on Camden street, opening its doors for the very first time this Valentine’s Day. This is the perfect social dining experience, with a menu of flavoursome dishes incorporating all the tastes of China, designed for sharing.

Step into the spacious restaurant, with warm colours and timber interiors making for a trendy and comfortable spot to spend the evening. The cocktail menu is carefully curated using the five pillars of Chinese cuisine: spicy, salty, sour, sweet and bitter. Each cocktail is reflects one of these flavours, so you just know there’s something for all tastes. Get the girls together and head to this fabulous new restaurant this Valentine’s Day.

Pink, South William Street

If you’re looking for somewhere extra special to celebrate with your friends, check out Pink on South William Street. The elegant bar and restaurant is perfect for a night of fine dining and tasty tipples. All dressed up in plush pink, the bar is a great spot to get together and share a few cocktails.

If you’re in it for the food, the menu has lots of fabulous dishes to offer. From delightful starters to mouthwatering mains, each serving is perfectly cooked and beautifully presented – ideal for the Instagram feed. Grab a seat and celebrate at Pink this year.

The Grayson, St Stephen’s Green

Press Up Group never fails to impress us – and as is the case with The Grayson on St Stephen’s Green. Pop in for a bite to eat in a minimalistic, greenhouse-style setting – with all the shrubbery needed to complete the look. 

This is one of Dublin’s trendier spots, ideal for celebratory food and drinks. You can head in for a casual bite to eat and something fruity to drink any time of day in the ground floor bar. If you’re looking for something a bit more formal, book your table in the upstairs restaurant for a truly memorable girly get-together.

WILDE, Westbury Mall

While you’re in the area, keep an eye out for this fabulously unique restaurant in The Westbury Mall, just a stone’s throw from Dublin’s iconic Grafton Street. WILDE restaurant offers a botanical dining experience inspired by 1930s vintage glamour, in a bright and relaxed environment. 

Enjoy the surroundings of greenery with a gorgeous floral touch as you tuck into your meal and some tasty tipples. With such a fabulously unique atmosphere, it’s perfect for a girly night out. Stop by for a fine dining experience you won’t forget, with mouthwatering dishes made from top-quality, fresh Irish produce. 

Glovers Alley, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

If you’re really looking to splash out this Valentine’s Day, why not make it an evening of fine dining at Glovers Alley? Using fresh Irish produce, each dish is carefully created to take your taste buds on an unforgettable journey.

With a selection of impressive menus, including vegan and veggie options, everyone in your party is sure to love this fabulous eatery. The restaurant is chic and cosy, so you can sit and have a chat over a couple of drinks while you soak up the atmosphere. It’s the perfect spot for celebrating great female friendships.

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Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly is a travel journalist for travel2ireland, ITTN and TravelTimes. With a background in arts, culture and lifestyle, Ava has a keen eye for the most visit-worthy destinations and all their attractions.

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