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The Ivy Dawson Street turns ‘green’ to mark first St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin

The popular restaurant is celebrating all week long

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In celebration of The Ivy Dawson Street’s first St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, the restaurant
will be turning green with a beautiful light display.

For four days only, the brasserie’s exterior will be lit up, creating an eye-catching display for guests and passers-by to enjoy.

In further celebration, The Ivy Dawson Street’s kitchen and bar team have also whipped up a bespoke dessert and cocktail, available for a limited time only until Sunday, 17 March.

The tantalising ‘Illuminated Ivy’ cocktail (priced at €10.50) will feature Wyborowa vodka, yuzu pure juice, egg white and Earl Grey sake liqueur, whilst those with a sweeter tooth will be able to enjoy a ‘Lucky Choux’ dessert (priced at €8.75), incorporating Baileys, Guinness and coffee cream, caramel, peanut brittle and Gianduja sauce.

Jamie Belton, General Manager at The Ivy Dawson Street said: “We are very excited about our first St. Patrick’s Day in the city. Our central location means we’ll be at the heart of the festivities and we look forward to celebrating with all our guests.”

“St Patrick’s Day is also a personal favourite of mine and I’m looking forward to seeing other events unfold across Dublin.”

Located just a stone’s throw from Grafton Street, and directly beside the LUAS, The Ivy Dawson Street is the perfect location to visit ahead of St. Patrick’s Day this Sunday.