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5 Great Tapas Bars in Dublin

Looking for a Tapas Bar in Dublin? Here is our list of 5 Tapas bars to go and visit during your stay in Dublin.

The Market Bar
Market Bar, 14a Fade St, Dublin 2


The Market Bar was Dublin’s original gastro bar and foremost tapas restaurant and serves from an extensive Mediterranean tapas menu. Graze on anchovies, olives and dips and chicken chorizo skewers.

Havana Tapas Bar
10 South Great George’s St, Dublin 2


This famously friendly tapas bar on Georges Street has been serving up the freshest and tastiest tapas to locals and tourists for over 10 years. The relaxed atmosphere is well known whether you’re popping in for a quick lunch or meeting up with some friends for tapas in the evening . . . or else you can just grab a seat in the window and watch half of Dublin walk by.

The Port House
64a South William Street, Dublin 2


The Port House (not to be confused with the well known pub The Porter House) is a traditional Spanish Tapas Bar offering a variety of Basque Pintxos and Tapas along with an eclectic list of wines, ports and sherries.

1 St Andrew’s St, Dublin


Salamanca Tapas Bar & Restaurant is located on St Andrew Street and has been operating for the past 11 years. They provide a wide range of quality Tapas and good Spanish wines, which aim to whisk you from the mundane to the Mediterranean in a prime City centre location. Salamanca prides itself on using only good quality, fresh ingredients bought seven days per week.

El Toro Bravo
27 Richmond Street South, Dublin 2, Ireland


Serving homemade food and a selection of wines, El Toro Bravo is situated in a great central location in South William Street. This place has great reviews.