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Bartley's at The Grafton Hotel
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Bartley’s at The Grafton Hotel on Stephen Street in Dublin City has been a staple of Irish hospitality since it opened in the 1960s. Named after Bartley Dunne, who set high standards from the first day of opening, today they welcome you to enjoy an experience that is mid way between modern and traditional while keeping true to Bartley's original vision.

Bartley's at The Grafton Hotel in Dublin City has four distinct spaces, Bartley's Bar, Bartley's Restaurant, Bartley's

Lounge and Bartley's Coffee Lounge and Terrace, with everything you could want from a dining out experience.

Bartley's offers casual dining in a perfect setting for those looking to enjoy a bite to eat or drink in an atmospheric and sophisticated setting, that oozes old school glamour.

Their menus invoke an exciting take on classic local and international dishes, designed to offer their customers an introduction to alternative food choices.

Their delicious cocktail menu has been expertly crafted to deliver a host of classic favourites and more modern drinks, and of course you can always settle down with a simple pint of the black stuff.

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32 Stephen Street Lower,Dublin,Dublin,Republic of Ireland
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