5-6 Cecilia Street, Temple Bar
|Phone||:||353 1 679 2723|
|Fax||:||353 1 679 2729|
Luigi Malones has the reputation as one of the "friendliest" Dublin restaurants in Temple Bar. Unique to Luigi Malone's the restaurant is part the historic Dublin city wall. With exceptional food and amazing history, you are guaranteed a great night out.
Opening Times/Last Orders:
Mon - Wed 12pm - 9pm
Thu & Sat 12pm - till late
Sun 1pm - 9pm
Reservations. The reservation request is not a booking until confirmed by the restaurant. Confirmation will be by e-mail. Credit Card Amex, Master Card, Visa
Luigi Malones is located on the corner of Temple Bar Square, at the very heart of the action. We are directly behind the Central Bank on Cecilia Street. Luigi Malones is unique among countless Dublin restaurants, as it has been built around the historic Dublin City Wall. Prior to the restaurant’s construction, an archaeological dig was undertaken on this spot, and this ancient wall was discovered. Once part of a Friary dated to 1260, it is now a feature of the restaurant’s interior.
Also unearthed was a ceramic tile, nicknamed ‘the Devil's Tile, depicting the Lion Rampant – a common symbol of bravery and strength in Medieval heraldry. Hard to believe that this, the oldest tile ever found in Ireland, was discovered here on the site of Luigi Malones - there aren't many Dublin restaurants that can make that claim!
Early Bird Menu - Dinner Menu Lunch Menu - Speical Offers Kids Menu
Customers come to Luigi Malones to savour the atmosphere, the buzz, one of they most popular places to eat in Dublin and it's very special cosmopolitan, electric mix and match that is a uniquely Temple Bar recipe. When it comes to mixes, who is better than Luigi Malones to add to that flavour.
The whole restaurant is bursting with the great man's trappings and artifacts, collected during his world travels. We hope that you enjoy the atmosphere of Temple Bar as well as the ambience of one of they most historic places places to eat in Dublin.
We are certain you will enjoy your meal. Cheers!
Off Dame Street (in direction of Temple Bar) up from the Central Bank