THE PORT HOUSE

DUBLIN & LONDON

Opened first in 2006 we realised we had something special in our little cave on South William Street in Dublin 2! Twelve months later, we opened another little cave in Temple Bar and our third in a cottage in Dundrum Town’s Centre’s Pembrook District.

 

After three successful restaurants and seven years of hard work and saving our pocket money, we decided we were grown up enough to hit London in search of fame and fortune down the West End of Covent Garden, where we hope to get a small bit part alongside Jude Law!

 

In 2019, we were delighted to announce that we opened our fifth location in Camden Street, Dublin 2. Which is an incredibly diverse area that gives us the opportunity to present our tapas, ports and wines with a focus on Cava that does not receive the attention it deserves.

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SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, DUBLIN 2

Traditional Spanish bar located in the heart of Dublin Town, South William Street. Offering a variety of Basque Pintxos and Tapas along with an eclectic list of wines, ports and sherries. 

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TEMPLE BAR, DUBLIN 2 

Located in Temple Bar, Port House Pintxo offers a romantic underground vibe with booth seating and one of Dublin's coolest outdoor terraces overlooking Meeting House Square so customers can also enjoy outdoor concerts in the summer.

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DUNDRUM, DUBLIN 14

Located in the prestigious Dundrum Town Centre area of South County Dublin, the cosy cottage restaurant offers not only our exquisite range of food, wine, port and sherry, there is a large open area for summer al fresco dining. 

CAMDEN STREET, DUBLIN 2

Located on the buzzing Camden Street, the Port House Cava offers an extensive tapas & pintxo menu, wines and port lists and a large selection of the Catalonian Sparkling wine ranging across many styles and varieties.

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THE STRAND, LONDON

The cellar-like, candelit restaurant is ideally located in the heart of the West End and only steps away from Convent Garden's Piazza. Sourcing its wine from all regions of Spain and Portugal, they serve an array of fine ports and sherries.