PICS: Have You Tried Beckett & Bull? Our Latest Fave … – Lovin Dublin
3 days ago - Which is why when I (finally) decided to check out Beckett & Bull last weekend it was such a godsend of a brunch spot that I knew it would now …
29th of June 2013
Delighted that our Brunch Beckett & Bull Dublin 6 got a mention on HotPress Magazine (www.hotpress.com)
“A friendly neighborhood diner, this self-proclaimed ‘made from good stuff eatery’ promises an All American Brunch….but a selection of Irish breakfast staples allow patrons to get the best of both worlds”.
25th of June 2013 – Brilliant Review of our Restaurant from The Journalist:
“Anyone who say there is nothing happening on the Dublin restaurant scene, should visit the suburb of Rathgar….. Music is played at ideal volume, and quirky pictures and placards decorate the walls….Beckett & Bull is a great place to go for dinner and I sure will be back soon. The restaurant hosts ‘Funky Sunday’, when a Dj is playing from 3pm -6pm. Sounds hipster, but if my experience of dining at the restaurant is anything to go by, it will be another enjoyable affair…”
Beckett & Bull review: http://thejournalist.ie/lifestyle-2/restaurant-review-beckett-bull-dublin/
“…There are dozens of restaurants in the Rathgar/Terenure/Harold’s Cross area but only a couple serve consistently good food. There is now one more.
Beckett & Bull was opened earlier this year (in the old Riva) by Jonathan and Amanda Kirwan with the aim of bringing a “New York- style eatery” to Dublin 6. For “eatery” think less casual than a restaurant and more formal than a cafe…”
Leslie Williams from the Evening Herald on Friday, February 24th, 2012 -http://www.herald.ie/lifestyle/new-kid-on-the-block-3030839.html
“…We got off to a good start in Beckett & Bull. A smiling reception, Blondie on the stereo and an invitation to sit at which ever table we liked the most. Ui Rathaile got stuck into a glass of Tempranillo, while I struggled with choice of whites by the glass. You could haveSauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, or Sauvignon Blanc. I faltered, considered ordering a bottle ofSierra Nevada Pale Ale, baulked and said darn it, let’s get a bottle of Chardonnay…”
Aingeala Flannery from the Independent.ie on Friday, March 20th, 2012
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