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La Touche Wines

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Welcome to La Touche Wines, Greystones’ very own Wine Specialists. Damian Sherlock is the owner of La Touche Wines, which is situated in La Touche Place, Greystones. He is passionate about wine and loves to share his passion and knowledge with his customers.

At La Touche Wines, we provide a unique, personal and friendly service to all – from those who are unsure but are eager to learn more about wine to those who know about wine but are seeking new options and excellent value.

The team at La Touche provide a consultancy and guidance service on wine selection for a range of occasions including weddings, parties, christenings and lots more, with all budgets accommodated for.  We also host wine dinners and wine evenings, matching food to the perfect glass of wine in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.

Whether living in the area, enjoying a day out in the Village or on the Cliffwalk including Greystones Marina – why not drop in to our shop for a browse or a refreshment in our wine bar and try our anti-pasta selection with a glass vino?

Address: Unit 1&2 La Touche Place, Greystones, Co. Wicklow

Hours: Closes 9 p.m.

Phone: (01) 287 3826

 

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The Hungry Monk

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An excellent wine bar, bistro and restaurant on Greystones’ main street, the Hungry Monk serves crowd-pleasing classics prepared from the best of Irish produce. Expect dishes such as Wicklow lamb burger, slow roast belly of Carlow pork and Dublin Bay prawn scampi, along with blackboard specials that include ‘pie of the day’.

The Hungry Monk combines excellent pleasant service, wonderful food, and a superb wine list and is also fully Licensed.

The Hungry Monk, Church Road, Greystones

  • Tues – Sat 5 pm – 11 pm
  • Sun 12:30 pm – 8:30 pm

+353 (0)1 2010710

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Brunels Café & Wine Bar

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Isambard Kingdom Brunel: our inspiration! An internationally renowned engineer who was a creative, quirky genius building railways and bridges worldwide. Against all odds and drilling through rock he built the railway line from Bray to Greystones and effectively put Greystones on the map.

Before the train came to Greystones the population was only 500 people. It’s now 18,000! This coastal train journey is ranked as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world.

Join us for delicious breakfast, lunch and evening menus accompanied by a great wine list or just a cup of coffee or tea.

38 Church Rd, Greystones

Hours:

  • Mon-Wed: 7am-5pm
  • Thurs / Fri: 7am-late
  • Sat: 9am-late
  • Sun: 9am-8pm

Phone: (01) 287 8944

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