Thomas Moore Tavern is located in the heart of Wexford Town. Beautifully restored, the Thomas Moore Tavern uses the very best of local and sesonal ingredients and serves lunch and evening meals in stylish surroundings.
The Yard, Georges Street, is one of the newest additions to Wexford's restaurant scene. Under the guidance of Mary Codd (Manager) and Peter Murphy (Head Chef) the Yard Restaurant has gone from strength to strength since opening in 2006.
Greenacres incorporates retail, a selection of exceptional wines, and homemade food and artisanal cheese. Enjoy relaxed dining in the unique atmosphere of Greenacres Bistro and the spacious art galleries with contemporary Irish art and sculpture.
Reeds is the stunning riverfront restaurant at the Ferrycarrig. With views almost as memorable as the superb cuisine, our restaurant boasts an extensive menu filled with locally sourced produce and an enviable wine cellar.
Using only the finest ingredients, with the emphasis on fresh local produce, our Executive Head Chef creates imaginative and mouthwatering culinary delights, making Oyster Lane the perfect choice for dining in Wexford.
This restaurant’s seriously tempting menu includes home-made Italian bread with oil, fresh soup of the day, or risotto of the day. Excellent salads are offered and a range of pasta dishes as well as dishes like grilled sea bass with salmoriglio dressing and Italian sausage with lentils.
Opened in 2001 by David and Siobhan Kavanagh, with one of the most experienced and talented Thai chefs living in Ireland, Raywat Wongprachan, Vine provides fabulous food with great service in a buzzing atmosphere.
Our new location on the top floor of the National Opera House compliments our already-bustling café in 100 South Main St. This latest expansion has proven a big success with locals and visitors alike.
An Irish restaurant using local artisan producers and serving Irish cuisine. Proud of its modern Irishness, this restaurant run by talented young chef Warren Gillen takes the produce of local farmers and applies a simple but stunning brand of culinary magic.
Popular for its friendly combination of informality and professionalism, as well as good food, an exceptional choice of wines and long hours (try the classic French pastries with morning coffee!), Jacques Bistro is known for the simple rustic cooking of Provence – and for Jacques Carrera’s commitment to seeking out the very best of fresh local Irish produce for his traditional French cuisine.
Monart offers a range of high quality dining options designed to cater both for the guest who wishes to indulge in healthful/detox cuisine and those who have escaped to Monart to get away from it all and treat themselves by indulging in fine food and fine wines from their extensive cellar.
Marlfield House is a popular fine dining restaurant in Gorey, Wexford and ideal for any occasion, be it a delicious wholesome dinner, a light snack, Sunday lunch or a chance to relax with a glass of wine. Wild salmon, spring lamb, Bannow Bay oysters, Wexford mussels and beef all feature very strongly on our exquisite fine dining menu.
Named the Best Restaurant in Wexford at the 2013 Irish Restaurant Awards, Aldridge Lodge has been known for high quality dining since opening its doors in 2005.
At the Lobster Pot the proprietors pride themselves on their mix of home cooking, rural hospitality and years of catering experience.