Although the Odeon Bar and Grill was opened in 1998, it is located in a much older building, which was once the entrance of the Old Harcourt Street Railway Station, built in 1859.
The beautiful architecture from the original building is still evident in the Odeon Bar and Grill, creating an old world charm while tastefully incorporating modern features.
The décor is a mix of stylish art deco and modern, with comfortable seating in which to relax and enjoy your meal and drinks. They serve varied and extensive lunch, evening and brunch menus although it is best to book ahead for a meal, especially if dining at the weekend.
The bronze and marble bar stretches nearly the entire length of the room and is well stocked with wine, spirits, cocktails and beer.
The Odeon Bar and Grill is open daily, with a range of starting and finishing times depending on the day of the week. There are several large screens to keep you up to date with the latest sporting events and DJs are hired on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights to entertain. There is no admission charge.
The Odeon Bar and Grill is situated in Harcourt Street, not far from St Stephens Green. It is serviced well by public transport including The Luas, which stops right outside the bar, and Dublin Bus services numbers 14, 14A and 48A all go to Harcourt Street.
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