Welcome to Gibney's of Malahide - one of Dublins leading pubs since it first opened its doors in 1937. Located in the seaside village of Malahide, just 10 miles north of Dublin city centre, Gibneys is unique in that it has all the charm you'd expect from a local village pub whilst also offering nightly entertainment throughout our various bars and lounges. The Malahide air and Gibney's beverages are a powerful combination. Powerful enough to bring you back again and again to one of Dublin's great pubs.
The Osborne Brasserie
It is no surprise to find that the main restaurant is named after the artist Walter Osborne who painted the very view from the hotel that you will see in a different light every day of your stay. The menus are developed by our Executive Head Chef, Ivo Dewit, who presides over his culinary masterpieces daily. In the Osborne Brasserie, a wonderful choice of international cuisine is served with style and friendliness…along with a superb selection of wines.
The Cocktail Bar
The less formal Cocktail Bar where you can enjoy dining in a relaxed setting with magnificent views over Dublin Bay and of Irelands' Eye - one of Irelands' best known landmarks. Ideal rendezvous for meeting one's friends for coffee, tea, drinks, light meals and good old fashioned tea.
The Jameson Bar
Historic surroundings, modern elegance.
The Jameson Bar, in the old house, with it original oak panelling and high ceilings, is the ideal venue for a leisurely drink.
William Jameson and his family lived in the gracious home, the oldest part of the hotel, which dates back to 1847. In 1907, his friends King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra celebrated the marriage between members of the Haig and Jameson families by unveiling a plaque in the garden. Today, a copy of the plaque welcomes our visitors at reception, wishing them both peace and love.
Make your own history in this stately home, location of a union between two famous whiskey families. Toast your success in the opulent Jameson Bar with its original ceiling mural and fine portraits.
The restaurant is located at the end of Townyard Lane and on the corner of Strand St in the heart of Malahide, a bustling tourist village on the outskirts of north Co.Dublin. The outside of the restaurant has a distinctive old style shop frontage. Townyard Lane is a narrow one way street, complete with boutiques and appartments overhead, giving the street a continental ambience. Our restaurant has capacity for 70 guests at a time. We entertain an array of guests including corporate nights out, tourists and our local following.