In the shopping district of Dublin, a small church with large stained glass windows demands special attention. A spiral staircase climbs upward outside, within a large translucent column against the main building. This is a former place of worship built in the 18th century, the Church of St. Mary of Ireland, now completely restored and converted into a bar, restaurant and nightclub.
From the Irish fillet steak to the duo of seabass and clams, the Gallery restaurant charms you and the Cellar Bar enlivens you with its red and purple hues. When evening falls, The Church lights up with DJs or Irish bands, and the Dublin crowd gets moving. One of many unique cocktails in hand, you can dance until the end of the night, moving between the different spaces of the Church.
The Church – Café, Bar, Restaurant, Club & Tourist Attraction
Junction of Mary Street & Jervis Street
+353 (0)1 828 0102