Oh, Dublin at Christmas time… The fairy lights, the music and the… freezing cold! Well, at least we have mulled wine to warm our hearts as we walk through the fair city during the most wonderful time of the year. If you’re looking for a great spot to get a glass filled with sugar, spice and everything nice (a.k.a. wine) search no more, the list of places where you can find mulled wine in Dublin below is all you need!
Beloved café in Dame Street and Cow’s Lane is the ideal spot to enjoy mulled wine with a few of their irrisistible handmade treats.
Where: Cork Hill, Dame Street, Dublin 2 and Cows Lane.
More info: queenoftarts.ie
This busy, contemporary restaurant in city centre not only offers a handy location and reasonably priced lunch and dinner, they do a tasty, indulgent mulled wine not to be missed.
Where: 66-67 South Great Georges St., Dublin 2.
More info: brasseriesixty6.com
Come for their fabulous artisan food shop or their carefully curated wine selection, stay for a glass of comforting mulled wine.
Where: 11 -17 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.
More info: fallonandbyrne.com
Get cozy with a glass of the spiced stuff at this lively Irish pub just a few steps away from shoppinghot spot Grafton Street.
Where: 45 Nassau St, Dublin 2.
More info: theporterhouse.ie/bars-dublin-central
Open Thursday to Sunday, this recently launched food market is already one of the must-visit places for local food lovers and it’s made only better by their delicious mulled wine.
Where: Richmond St S, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin.
More info: the-eatyard.com
This quirky and friendly café has a lovely selection of treats and cakes, and their handmade mince pies will be a great pairing for their hearty mulled wine.
Where: Powerscourt Town House Centre, South William St, Dublin 2.
More info: thepepperpot.ie
A Dublin micro-brewery and pub that goes big on Christmas; not only they have a tempting Christmas menu, they do mulled wine to go with it.
Where: 1-2 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2.
More info: jwsweetman.ie/index.html
Saba’s chef has worked on a very special secret. Try Tao’s Mulled Wine, served hot with a secret blend of spices that sets it apart.
Where: 22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4 and 26/28 Clarendon Street, Dublin
More info: sabadublin.com
The Grand Old Lady on the Green serves a fine mulled wine, ideal after a walk by St. Stephen’s Green or a busy day shopping.
Where: 27 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin
The restaurant within Kilkenny shop will be serving mulled wine on Thursday and Saturday evenings.
Where: 6 Nassau St., Dublin 2
More info: kilkennyshop.com/restaurant-homepage
Gabriela’s passion for writing is only matched by her love for food and wine. Journalist, confectioner and sommelier, she fell in love with Ireland years ago and moved from Venezuela to Dublin in 2014.
Since then, she has written about and worked in the local food scene, and she’s determined to discover and share the different traditions, flavours and places that have led Irish food and drink to fascinate her.