Top 10 Places In Dublin To Get An Actual Decent Feed After 11pm

Never go to sleep hungry ever again

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Ever arrived into the city, late and hungry, and wondered if there was anywhere at all you could get a cheap meal that doesn't involve looking at a Eurosaver menu?

Well you're in luck – there are plenty of places to get a feed late around midnight in our fair city.

1. Trocadero, 4 St Andrew's St, Dublin 2

One of the best known restaurants in the capitals for years serving classic tasty food in a lively atmosphere. Trocadero, or Troc to regulars, serves food Monday to Saturday from 5pm with last orders at 12pm.

It has built an impressive reputation by providing loyal dinners over the years with a Fillet Steak with garlic butter to die for.

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2. Good World Chinese Restaurant, 18 South Great Georges St, Dublin 2

Good World stays serving on both Friday and Saturday until 3am. A long established Dublin restaurant that serves authentic Chinese food late into the night.

If you're prepared to order solely from the Dim Sum menu, you'll be guaranteed a cracking meal which works out reasonably for everyone involved.

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3. Sin Theatre Bar, 17-19 Sycamore Street, Dublin 2

Bar food served as late as 3am can be found and devoured in Dublin's Sin Theatre Bar. Regular pub grub is served until midnight and moreish platters can be found from midnight onwards.

And don't let the fact that it's in Temple Bar fool you, it somehow isn't filled to the brim with tourists. With midnight food deals, we're not sure how either.

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4. Elephant & Castle, 8-19 Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Believe it or not, everyone's favourite chicken wing haunt serves food until 11:30pm all week long.

At this point it should probably be mentioned that it has a huge menu with everything from fresh fish to risotto... but can you even go there and not order the wings?

Is that even legal?

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5. Bobo's, 50-51 Dame St and 22 Wexford St, Dublin 2

Bobo's gourmet Irish burgers on Dame Street and Wexford Street is a casual eatery serving top notch grub and snacks until 11:30pm, staying open until 4:30am on Saturdays and Sundays.

Their aim is to provide an 'Irish take' on fast food, and they are certainly nailing it so far.

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6. The South William Bar, 53 South William Street, Dublin 2

South William Street is arguably the coolest area in Dublin, boasting the best people watching spots and many steps to pose on - and sure what else do you need really?

The South William Bar is a pub, club and restaurant all rolled into one prime feast for the senses. Stays serving delicious burgers until midnight.

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7. Zaytoon, 44-55 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2

Now before you roll your eyes up and audibly sigh at the thought of a Zaytoon sober, think about it. Zaytoon offers a huge range of unbelievably tasty Persian cuisine and stays open until the early hours of 4:30am.

Be wary of the hoards of Coppers' kids midweek however – you've been warned.

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8. Bu-Ali Tandoori, 28 Clanbrassil Street Lower, Portobello, Dublin 8

Bu-Ali has a huge range of all kinds of Indian food, with very reasonable prices and more importantly, it stays open until 1am. Amazing.

Order the chicken naan bread. Just do it. Trust us.

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9. The Porterhouse, 16-18 Parliament Street, Dublin 2

The Porterhouse is a real winner with a huge variety of craft beers and a full bar menu staying open until 12:00am. It also boats a cosy atmosphere with cracking music on Saturday nights if you're lucky.

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10. DiFontaine's Pizzeria, 22 Parliament Street, Dublin 2

Rumour has it that DiFontaine's is the first stop for all New Yorkers visiting the city, because the pizza is firstly the size of your face and secondly, and more importantly, it tastes that good.

And with aforementioned face slices going for €4/€5 a pop, it's definitely worth checking out. Open until 1am.

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Never go to sleep hungry again.

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Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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