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    House Dublin

    27 Leeson Street Lower, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2, Ireland
    House Dublin Review
    4 Star Rating
    8 April 2018House Dublin
    Tags: Dublin, Ireland, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £32 per head

    House Dublin is a restaurant with rooms which can be found inside a charming townhouse full of a wealth of character and style in Dublinís city centre. On this occasion we didnít stay, we just decided to stop by for a few drinks before dinner, and weíre glad we did.†The†public areas offer a number of spaces to enjoy a drink both inside and outside, and during our visit we decided to reside inside to enjoy the intriguing interiors which were reminiscent of, and wouldnít be out of place in Londonís Soho.

    For my first drink, I chose a PiŮa Colada, which saw a blend of Koko Kanu rum, Goslings dark rum, coconut liqueur, cream and a garnish of fresh pineapple. Reminiscent of holidays past, this was truly a refreshing and delicious drink. My partner opted for a Writers Tears whiskey on the rocks, which never fails to impress.

    ďThe staff were very welcoming and the drinks were expertly crafted and certainly didnít disappoint.Ē

    Up next, I chose to sample a classic Negroni, which was mixed with Beefeater London dry gin, Martini Rosso vermouth and Campari. Itís always a favourite, and House Dublin has managed to perfect it. My partner then chose a Manhattan, which saw Bulleit Rye whiskey with Martini Rosso vermouth and aromatic bitters.

    For our final drinks, I went for a glass of the Ribbonwood, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, which was beautifully aromatic and bursting with fruit flavours; whilst my partner chose a glass of the Daniel Crochet, Sauvignon Blanc, Sancerre, France, which was dry and mineral with citrus notes. Both wines were perfectly chilled and went down very well indeed.

    We were impressed with our time at House Dublin and would highly recommend it as a bar. We canít comment on the hotel side, although weíre sure itís just as lovely. The staff were very welcoming and the drinks were expertly crafted and certainly didnít disappoint. If youíre looking for something a bit different in Dublin, then House Dublin certainly comes highly recommended by us. Weíll certainly be back to sample more of their intriguing cocktail list.

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