7 Deadly Things About Dublin’s new Dollard & Co. Food Hall and Grill

The Building is the oldest steel frame structure in Ireland (1886) and was home to the historic Dollard Printworks. It’s a beautiful big bright space with natural light from floor to ceiling windows facing both Wellington Quay and East Essex Street.


The Coffee is locally roasted and delivered from Rathmines coffee roasters TwoFifty Square. And €2.60 for an Americano’s not too shabby.


The Cheese. That cheese counter though.


The Grill at the centre of the food court has 40 stools wrapped around the open plan kitchen. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served right here where you can watch the chefs in action. Here’s the menu.


The Butcher’s Counter has its own dry aging chamber where their meats are aged for up to 28 days only, depending on the meat.


The Pasta is fresh, hand-rolled and crafted in-house to enjoy in store or to take home. The selection of pasta changes daily and will set you back around €15.


The Late-Night Pizza Hatch will be opening next week on to the entrance foyer on The Liffey side offering a choice of wood-fired pizzas by the slice for take-away.


Dollard & Co. is located at 2-5 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2.

Open Monday to Saturday 8am – 9pm & Sunday 10am – 8pm.

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