The Porterhouse Bray
+ Google Map Strand Road, Bray
Co. Wicklow , Ireland
Co. Wicklow , Ireland
The Porterhouse BrayThe Porterhouse Bray is a jewel in the crown of Irish pubs located in the shadow of the Sugarloaf mountains and within walking distance of the legendary cross on Bray Head. Situated in the middle of the longest surviving Victorian Promenade in Ireland it is worth a visit just for the stunning views from the outdoor beer garden. The Porterhouse Bray opened in 1989 and has become one of the town’s landmark pubs given its location nestled beautifully in the middle of a natural bay surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in Ireland.
Beer That CheersThe Porterhouse brew their own beers these days but when they started it was all about imported beers with Belgian beverages featuring highly. Now that the Porterhouse’s own superb brewers have honed their craft although they do still stock craft beers from all four corners of the globe, but it is their award winning brews that have become popular choices for the clientele.
Food For Your MoodAn extensive food menu ranging from light bites for those of you who are just dropping in after a stroll along the promenade. To a full three course meal for those who have just climbed Bray Head and have worked up an appetite. They have also matched award winning Porterhouse stouts, lagers and ales to some of their dishes, so you have plenty of choice from the open kitchen. You can dine anywhere in the pub you like inside or outside – their dishes will fulfil your wishes. If you are going to make a night of it, you can also enjoy the heated and covered smoking area that has always been one of the hotspots on Bray seafront, particularly on the weekends. There are also great live bands all year round playing both inside and outside the Porterhouse Bray that will get your hands clapping and your feet tapping. If you fancy being adventurous we also have one of the most extensive yet inexpensive cocktail menus anywhere.
The Porterhouse Bray opening hoursMonday to Wednesday 16.00pm-23:30pm, Thursday 16.00pm till 02.30am, Friday and Saturday 10.30am-02.30am and Sunday 12.00pm-12.30am
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