The Esquire was opened in 1932 by local business man Jim Quinn as a Gentleman's Bar. Taken over by Chef Paul Horan in 1980 and soon after opened one of Waterford first good food restaurants. The Esquire is open everyday throughout the year inclusive of Christmas Day.
The Esquire is supremely elegant, rich and warm- a jewel among restaurants in the South East and a restful retreat for lovers of excellent food and wine. With an extensive A la Carte Menu you will receive our personal attention and friendly service.
All food is served fresh and vegetables have no seasoning. Fries are cooked in Sunflower Oil. And a great deal of the menu is Nutron- friendly. Fish dishes are inclusive of all the favourite fish and shellfish to be found in the Sea and Rivers. All meat dishes are sourced from leading suppliers of the highest quality. To accompany your meal there is a fantastic wine list of different vintages from all over the world.
Enjoy a new eating experience for all the family at the coolest traditional Pub in the South East. Feast more than your eyes on our month-watering menu. The Raglan Road is a Irish Traditional Pub adjoining The Esquire Restaurant. It offers its visitors traditional food at affordable prices- lunch or dinner. The Raglan Road is perfect to get that traditional Irish charm with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The pub is decorated in the Irish Kitsch, A Must Visit!
A unique collection of over three hundred ports, sprits and liqueurs are on offer from Chef Paul's world collection. Lobster and Seafood are available throughout the year. Surf and turf is a regular feature as well as oysters, crab and scallops. Try any Irish made Beer and Spirits Harp, Guinness, Smithwicks, Baileys, Black Bush and Bushmills, to name but a few. We have street parking with a car park at the rear available. We accept all major credit cards.
So come and see us in The Esquire & Raglan Road weather it's a dining experience or just for a nice pint (you can even pour your own!) Our friendly and motivated staff will make your visit a memorable one.
The Esquire, old world bar and restaurant, built with original ship parts, supremely elegant, rich and warm, is a jewel among restaurants in the South East. The Esquire is a restful retreat for the lovers of excellent food and wine. Chef Paul expertly prepares the finest meats, local seafood and fresh vegetables.