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Elephant & Castle Churchtown
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Family friendly
Free car parking
The Elephant & Castle Churchtown serves American style cooking in bright, modern surroundings in Churchtown, Dublin 14. This New York institution was established in Dublin City in 1989 and specialises in chicken wings, gourmet burgers, homemade desserts and much more. Elephant & Castle is open seven days a week.

The first Elephant & Castle restaurant was opened in New York City in 1973 by retired doctor George Schwartz, who wanted to create somewhere he could eat and enjoy every day. It was soon a favourite amongst New Yorkers and visitors alike, with a menu whose dishes were copied throughout lower Manhattan. Elephant & Castle is known for its chicken wings and gourmets burgers. You will also find a mouth watering variety of seafood, steak, lamb, pasta dishes, vegetarian options, omelettes, sandwiches, charcuterie boards, tempting salads, homemade desserts and more. Children will be satisfied with the selection on the kids' menu.

The first Elephant & Castle restaurant in Ireland opened in Temple Bar, Dublin, in 1989. Now the restaurant can be found in a dozen or more locations around the country. Choose from the brunch, lunch and dinner menus. Eat inside or order online from their website for collection. Or have your food delivered via Just Eat, Uber Eats or Deliveroo.

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Unit 3, 96/98 Churchtown Rd Upper, Churchtown Upper, Dublin, D14 F8X2, Ireland
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