The Ivy Dawson Street houses a private dining venue with a difference. Hidden away, The Jonathan Swift Room, named after the Dublin-born author, is still very much rooted in the local landscape, featuring a stunning image of Dublin’s horizon c1800. Meanwhile, the ceiling celebrates another of the city’s famous writers, James Joyce. His famous fictional hero, Leopold Bloom, is pictured alongside a host of multicoloured, exotic flying birds, pairing perfectly with the room’s colourful collection of art.
This sense of artful, careful curation extends to the menus – all exclusively crafted by our Executive Chef and like the room itself, designed with a sophisticated versatility that can welcome private events, wedding parties and corporate receptions, morning noon and night.