Lemuel’s, named after the famous fictional traveller Lemuel Gulliver from the international classic Gulliver’s Travels, is part of the Conrad’s €8 million renovation plan being unveiled over the coming months. The chic new design promises a delightfully bookish attention to detail, with the inspiration from Gulliver’s Travels woven into every corner and brought to life.
The stylish new hotspot held a glamorous launch night which was attended by TV3’s Alan Hughes and Karl Broderick, stylist Cathy O’Connor and Spin’s Crossy among others. Guests were treated to a selection of Lemuel’s bespoke cocktails including ‘Monkey See, Monkey Do’ and ‘Writer’s Block’ and savored an array of delicious canapés to get taste of what Lemuel’s will have to offer.
Lemuel’s signature cocktails and their creative descriptions were devised by Alan Moore, Lemuel’s resident mixologist, whose interpretation of Lemuel Gulliver’s journey shines through with cocktails such as Sorcerer’s Tipple inspired by Gulliver’s encounter with an island full of sorcerers and magicians and Say Neigh inspired by the island of Houyhnhnm which was ruled by a race of intelligent horses.
Lemuel’s pays tribute to the magic and curiosity with a creative afternoon tea menu bringing you on Gulliver’s journey to the far reaches of the world, cocktails crafted in the true spirit of Lemuel’s adventures, a large selection of the finest Irish spirits and an exclusive international wine collection. A light food menu is available throughout the day with highlights including Sheridan’s cheese board, Glen of Aherlow Ham Hock Croquettes and Prawn and Avocado Cocktail.
Lemuel’s is open daily until late, housed on the ground floor of Conrad Dublin, located in the heart of Dublin City on Earlsfort Terrace. For bookings, telephone 01 602 8900, email firstname.lastname@example.org or for online bookings for afternoon tea visit www.lemuelsdublin.com.