Local Takeaway Food and Drink Options during Covid-19

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During Covid-19 many local food and drink outlets are offering delivery/collection.  Some offer delivery and some collection only. So check their Facebook pages for exact details. If your business is not listed here, send your details to

Andrew Holmes catering (delivery and collection)
Pigeon house (collection)
Royal Park
Eskimo Pizza
Eleven Deli
Guilios chipper (delivery & collection)
La creperie ( collection)
Firehouse bakery
Fourstar pizza
Camille Thai
La Touche Wines (delivery & collection)
Green Mango
Beach House (collection only)
Kitchen 28

Relish Greystones
Newmarket Kitchen
Créole Food

Wicklow Covid-19 Helpline

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A dedicated community support helpline has been  established  by Wicklow County Council and supporting stakeholders  to assist at risk members of the public in accessing non-emergency and non-medical supports and advice during the current public health emergency. The confidential phone line service was  established by the new COVID-19 County Wicklow Community Response Forum, which includes over a dozen agencies and organisations.

The Helpline is focused primarily on ensuring that vulnerable members of the community or those living alone can access deliveries of groceries, medicine and fuels.   In some instances, transport of vulnerable persons to test centres will be provided.  The role of the Forum is to ensure that there is a coordinated community response and to enable all voluntary statutory agencies to collaborate in support of our communities and particularly of our most vulnerable members.

The FREE contact number is 1800 868 399 with the lines open from 8am to 8pm seven days a week. Contact email address for this new service is Any vulnerable members of the public or persons wishing to volunteer should be advised to contact this free phone number – 1800 868 399.

A couple of volunteers from each area will act as co-ordinators and allocate the various requests from the support line to the many volunteer individuals and groups in their areas

Enso Restaurant and Takeaway

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Serving authentic wood-fired pizza made fresh in house daily, using 00 flour, the finest olive oil, filtered water, yeast & a touch of salt. Topped with San Marzano tomatoes and delicious Italian Produce.


Serving a wide range of delicious lunch, snacks, cakes and coffee

Open Monday to Wednesday 8.00am to 9.30pm

Thursday to Saturday: 8.00am to 10.00pm

Sunday: 10.00-9.30pm


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Bailey & Pim

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Bailey and Pim is a unique dining experience: a modern twist on the charm and beauty of a Victorian coffee house in  Greystones Train Station.

Our staff of highly-trained baristas are here to advise on your drink of choice. Crafting a variety of selections to order—from flat whites to filters—we use our own specialty coffee and tea ranges.  Lunch & brunch options include gourmet sandwiches and homemade soups.  Our bakery is always whipping up creative cakes and desserts. Inspired by the time-tested recipes of the past, these artistic treats pair perfectly with a hot drink.

We celebrate a long history and some remarkable people:  The Baileys and The Pims.

The Pims have long been associated with Dún Laoghaire, formerly known as Kingstown. Famous for their role in bringing the railway to Kingstown, the Pim family shaped the history of this beautiful Victorian seaside town.  The Pim sisters, Isabella, Charlotte, and Jane, were known far and wide for their hospitality and charitable work.Their friend, Wellesley Bailey, travelled through Kingstown Harbour in the early 1870’s on a life-changing voyage to India, where he first met patients with leprosy. In 1874, the Pim sisters invited Wellesley and his fiancée, Alice, for tea in their living room. Wellesley told them tales of people forced to live in isolation because of this cruel, disabling disease. The compassionate Pim sisters were determined to help and in 1874, with a pledge to raise £30, The Leprosy Mission was born. The vision of Bailey and Pim lives on. Now known as The Mission to End Leprosy.   At Bailey and Pim, we pay homage to these extraordinary visionaries of the past. All of our profits are donated to The Mission To End Leprosy, continuing the work of Bailey and Pim who once frequented 87 Lower George’s Street.

Open Monday to Friday 6.00 am – 7.00pm and Saturdays and Sundays 10.00am until 5.30 pm

Phone – 01-2878610                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        


The Three Q’s

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The three Q’s is named after the three Quinn brothers who run it, Brian, Paul and Colin,

They like making things from scratch, such as ketchup and mayonnaise. That means a soda bread with Cheddar and red onion, calamari that don’t have industrial grade lagging jackets of batter on them but a more fragile coating of chilli flecked batter. The main of the night could be the mushroom Wellington. It’s a vegetarian dish presented with two pointy cones of pastry filled with a nutty breadcrumb and mushroom mixture.

Beside it there might be a parsnip and pear gratin topped with apple, onion and freshly-dressed salad leaves, the pear turning up the volume on the sweetness of the parsnip just enough without tipping it over the edge – accompanied by a brown booze, butter and cream sauce that’s classically perfect.

The Three Q’s is a great little restaurant which always has interesting menu items for meat lovers and vegetarians alike.  There is an excellent wine list also.

  • Brunch: Monday 9.30-3.30
  • Breakfast: Tuesday-Friday 9.30-11.30
  • Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 12.00-4.00
  • Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday 5.30-10.00
  • Friday & Saturday 6.00-10.00
  • Sunday 5.00-10.00
  • Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 9.00-3.00

+353(0)1 2875477


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The Happy Pear

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The Happy Pear started out back in 2004 with a small veg shop and a big dream. Dave & Steve had been travelling the world and as twin power goes, on opposite sides of the world they switched to a plant-based diet within a week of each other. The Happy Pear seed was sown.

The brand has slowly been building for 14 years. First came the shop, then the cafe, followed by the farm, the product range and the roastery. Then came the learning with both online and classroom Happy Heart Courses. And last, the digital avalanche; Part of Jamie Olivers Foodtube network, a successful Youtube channel, multiple digital awards as well as Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram and everything in between.

A family business with family values at its core. Donal & Ismay (or Mama & Papa pear as they’re known!) and younger brother Darragh are involved in the business as well as we have a thriving international team all helping to make the world a healthier, happier place.  Our goal is to create a community, an environment people enjoy coming to and are supported in their efforts to make change. Our passion lies in our craft. Our craft is continually evolving so that we can give our lovely customers what they want. From growing fresh produce to producing wholesome products, from creating simple recipes to teaching healthy habits, from serving customers to spreading happiness and everything in between.

The Happy Pear Café & Food Store,

Walk Ins & Take Away

  • Monday – Thursday:       9am-5pm
  • Friday – Sunday:               9am-6pm

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Café Gray

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Our vision is a local, casual, comfortable café for people to meet and chat while enjoying great food and coffee, or just to sit and watch the world go by outside while enjoying a glass of wine.

Café Gray is connected to the community with a key component of simple but quality snacks, with great coffee and teas. We support carefully chosen local suppliers of cheese, bread, vegetables, juices and our bakers, jams, relishes and soups are all local, giving employment and supporting family businesses and people. Our coffee is the finest – a local artisan roastery.

We serve delicious cakes and scones baked with the finest of ingredients for all tastes, including a selection with gluten free ingredients.

The people of Greystones are very sociable and love to meet up – they love their coffee and we are delighted to welcome our regulars and visitors to the town.

We look forward to meeting you soon at Café Gray.

Telephone number: 01287 7588


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Relish Café

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At relish we are passionate about food.

Each day we strive to prepare mouth-watering delicious, natural food full of goodness. At Relish we love our food. We hope that you will too!

Church Road, Greystones

(01) 298 9801


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Tigernut Cafe

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Tigernut is a great café under new management and you won’t be disappointed. Serving breakfast, lunch, coffee and more.  Their poached eggs with avocado & bacon is so fresh and tasty and kids delight with the crepes and selection of smoothies! The owner and staff are friendly and accommodating. Great value for money.  You will be pleasantly surprised how low the bill is.

The scones coffee and cakes and the friendly service is second to none. Well worth the trip away from the main street.

Charlesland Centre, Charlesland, Greystones

Phone: 087 394 5332


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Eleven Deli

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A brand-new delicatessen on Church Road, Greystones. Specialising in gourmet sandwiches, artisan cheeses, cooked and cured meats.

We also serve delicious coffee and our Eleven Deli sauces make fabulous condiments for all occasions.

Burnaby Buildings,Church Road, Greystones

Phone: (01) 287 7394


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