Café En Seine marks 25th year with makeover

Story by John Donohoe

Thursday, 11th October, 2018 2:21pm

Café En Seine marks 25th year with makeover

The new-look street garden.

Café en Seine, one of Dublin’s most iconic venues, will re-open its doors this November. Established in 1993, the Dawson Street bar quickly became known as one of Ireland’s leading destination venues. Set to continue this legacy, the newly designed space will feature several dining experiences along with a host of bars and bespoke event areas suitable for any Christmas gathering.
Renowned for its five-star service, Café en Seine will offer an extensive food menu which caters for a range of tastes and occasions which will be led by Executive Head Chef, Stephen Gibson, co-owner of Pichet. The menu will feature several dining options including; ‘at the bar’ sharing plates for those who are looking for a casual food experience and a bespoke à la carte menu for those who want to enjoy a meal in the newly designated restaurant. 

The new-look bar.

Café en Seine boasts one of the largest bar spaces in Ireland. The re-imagined venue will continue to deliver the premium bar service its customers have come to know and love. 

The drinks menu has been newly designed with service and quality at the forefront. The thinking behind the menu is the experience of having a cocktail or a drink consists of more than just the drink itself; it’s the physical surroundings, the music and the service. Spread across seven areas, the bars will serve everything from local favourites to high end beers, spirits and cocktails.


The outdoor area.

Café en Seine are set to introduce a unique space to the newly designed venue. Coined the ‘street garden’, the botanical bar and dining area will have its own entrance on Anne’s Lane to the rear of the building. The Parisian inspired, conservatory style garden will be suitable for the changeable Irish weather conditions featuring a retractable glass roof. In this vibrant area, customers can enjoy a casual dining experience during the day and at night, the street garden will transform in to a lively bar space.



The old bar space.


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