Dublin's oldest Restaurant. Beaufield Mews is a 19th century Coachhouse & Stables and Loft Brasserie, serving artisan produce in a romantic setting.

"No hype, just fine, fresh cuisine"

Our History

Doreen ‘Go-go’ Kirwan founded Beaufield Mews in 1948 after her husband, Valentine, asked her to furnish Beaufield House. The Coachhouse & stables attached to the house became her storage rooms, filled to the brim with large mahogany tables, vintage crockery, oriental vases and anything else that took her fancy. With more items that she could possibly house, she opened up the Coachhouse to prospective ladies looking for beautiful items to adorn their homes. Go-go’s two daughters would accompany her and sell scones & tea for some pocket money … and the foundations of Beaufield Mews restaurant were laid. Our Go-go Vintage Afternoon tea is in her honour, offering a lovely menu in vintage style with a little twist.

Our Food

In order to accomplish our motto, 'no hype, just fine fresh cuisine' we believe it is essential to have fresh herbs at hand and bring the garden to the table. With this in mind the Gardens at Beaufield Mews having been lovingly restored and now also house a herb garden. We also try to source our vegetables, fruit and meat locally and don't force ingredients that are out of season. Therefore our menus reflect the best that Ireland can offer, with everything cooked fresh daily.

Beautiful food & drink in beautiful surroundings.

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