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Rediscover Your Love of Dining with The Ivy Dawson Street from Monday, June 7th, for a Summer of Love

The Ivy Dawson Street is excited to announce the re-opening of al fresco dining from Monday, 7 June. Open seven days a week, guests will be welcomed back to the city-centre restaurant’s beautiful terrace to enjoy a touch of Ivy magic in the heart of Dublin. 

Celebrating a summer of love, The Ivy Dawson Street will be launching a limited-edition, 1960s-inspired cocktail menu of colourful creations to sip, savour and enjoy. Vibrant cocktails will include The Age of Aquarius (€10.25) created with Absolut Blue vodka shaken with mint, lemon and sugar, topped with chilled prosecco, Electric Kool-Aid (€11.75) featuring an electric blend of Absolut Elyx, Plymouth Gin, Havana Club three year old rum, Italicus Bergamot Aperitivo and Blue Curacao with lemon juice and Fever-Tree lemonade, San Francisco Spritz(€12.50) with Plymouth Gin, Lillet Rose, pink grapefruit juice, Fever-Tree soda water and prosecco, and Waterloo Sunset (€9.95) with Absolut Blue vodka shaken with cucumber, mint and ginger and lemongrass cordial, served in a coupe glass with a splash of Fever-Tree Ginger Ale. 

The Ivy Dawson Street will also be re-opening for outdoor dining with a selection of delicious, seasonal dishes to enjoy on the terrace, including Organic Galway Bay smoked salmon (€13.95), prime steaks (from €23.95) from John Stone, and crispy duck salad (€10.95). Summer favourites will also include warm asparagus with hollandaise (€9.95), and steak tartare with Dubliner Whiskey (€23.95) – a hand-cut raw beef striploin with a Tabasco mustard dressing, cornichons, shallot, parsley, egg yolk and thick cut chips. 

Jamie Belton, General Manager of The Ivy Dawson Street, says: “We are extremely excited to be re-opening once again on Monday, 7 June for outdoor dining. We’re looking forward to welcoming back guests and members of the community, who we have greatly missed over the last few months.” 

While service remains a priority at The Ivy Dawson Street, the restaurant will continue to implement the highest standards of health and safety, ensuring both guests and employees can dine and work in confidence and in a safe environment.  

To book an outdoor table or for further information, please visit www.theivydublin.ie