Food & Drink
The Best Places to Eat and Drink in Skerries!
Fancy a little taste of Paris in Skerries? Then don't miss your chance to savour mouth-watering French pastries and equally delicious Irish treats at this incredibly gorgeous seaside cafe. Although Jacques does boast an incredibly stunning setting, gifting breathtaking coastal views, it's the service and produce offered which makes it a splendid eating out choice in Skerries. We do admit it's a little difficult having to divide our attention between the views and the desserts on display...so just make sure you have plenty of time up your sleeve when visiting to ensure you can indulge in both. Chocoholics need proceed with caution!
Address: 30/31 South Strand, Skerries
Phone: +353 1 810 6810
DiVino Italian Tapas Restaurant
DiVino continues Skerries' devotion to its multi-cultural heritage, by offering a unique range of regional Italian fare, offered in small tapas-like servings. By combining the two most beloved aspects of Mediterranean cuisine (small but oh so tasty!), DiVino brings innovative cooking to a whole new level. This is just one of the many reasons this trendy joint continues to rate as the best restaurant in Skerries on Tripadvisor. Delight your taste buds with a serving of fresh off-the-bone Parma ham and warm goat's cheese, or indulge in a plate of gnocchi the way nonna used to make. If you want to savour the freshest seafood in Skerries, cooked the Mediterranean way...then best you head here pronto! Don't forget to ask for the wine list, which is brimming with a great selection of local and imported drops. Buonissimo! Di Vino is open for lunch and dinner six days a week.
Address: 26A Church St, Skerries
Phone: +353 1 8490717
Keane's Bus Bar
Keanes is one of Skerries' most popular lounge bars, and is often included in Dublin's best pub scene list. The Guinness is perfection, the atmosphere welcoming and jovial and if you don't end up spending hours on end chatting to locals here, there's a good chance you're doing something wrong.
Open Monday through to Thursday from 4.30pm onwards.
Address: 98 Strand St, Skerries
Phone: +353 1 849 1282
Redbank Restaurant and Guesthouse
Redbank is known as one of the fancier dining choices in Skerries and certainly delivers on its promise of mouth-watering haute cuisine. If you fancy a special night out of fine dining and drinking, this may just be the place you're looking for. Service is impeccable as is the quality and presentation of food. Masterfully crafted, the meal you enjoy at Redbank could very well be the best culinary experience you'll have in a while. Whether it's a three-course dinner you fancy, or just a light brunch or afternoon sweety delight, pop in for visit. We promise you won't regret it.
Address: 5-7 Church St., Skerries
Phone: +353 1 849 1005
Stoop Your Head
Stoops is one of Skerries most beloved eateries, for more than a single reason. First of all, it's located right on the harbour; on a superbly sunny day you really could do no better than head here for lunch. Secondly, Stoops is devoted to serving only locally grown, fished and farmed fare, making it any meal an organically divine affair. Fresh, simple and wholesome is the credo here and, we must say, it seems to work a treat. Stoops is open every day for lunch and dinner but don't take booking so don't wait until you're absolutely ravenous before you arrive. The chowder comes highly recommended.
Address: 19 Harbour Rd, Skerries
Phone: +353 1 849 2085
Storm in a Teacup
Right at the edge of Skerries' harbour is where you'll find this pretty-as-a-button cafe which specializes in ice cream and drinks. Everything about this minute kiosk is just lovely, from the pastel colours, to the delicious gelatos and delectable crepes. Storm in a Teacup is the ideal stop-over on your beach walks in Skerries.
Address: Harbour Rd, Skerries
Phone: +353 086 8441927