The Woollen Mills has been one of the most iconic buildings and businesses in Dublin for over one hundred years. The restaurant has a wonderful story to tell as James Joyce once worked there.
They want it to be an ‘Eating House’, a house of food, quintessentially Irish, local and of its locale a place to grab a serious coffee and bun, a serious plate of Irish ham and chips, a place to take home a box of salads and scones, sourdough and sausage rolls, or sit with seven courses of anchovies and crab and herrings and pork and beef rib, overlooking the Ha’penny Bridge and the River Liffey with a fine bottle of red. Or a craft beer!
The building is over four floors and is (almost) literally on top of the bridge, with double aspect windows and a roof terrace onto the ultimate Dublin cityscape. It is truly magical and so so special.
They have their own bakery and will have a large retail and take-out emphasis, so passing folk can buy breads, pastries and cakes, as well as choose from a huge sandwich and salad selection during the day.
The Woollen Mills Eating House
42 Lower Ormond Quay
Monday – Wednesday 9am-10pm
Thursday – Friday 9am-10:30pm
Saturday 9am-4pm & 5pm-10:30pm