Dublin’s most luxurious new restaurant opens this week and after a sneak preview Team IndulgeMe can confirm that it is the venue of your Instagram Dreams.
One of Dublin’s most highly anticipated new openings in some time, Glovers Alley is housed in the former home of the once Michelin-starred Thornton’s Restaurant, in the five-star The Fitzwilliam Hotel.
Following an extensive revamp, Glovers Alley is a luxurious space with a swoonworthy pink colour scheme.
The stylishly designed venue has an 1920’s Art Deco vibe, and is dotted with golden fixtures, drop lighting, atomic style chandeliers and marble table tops.
Of course, a high-end menu is guaranteed too with head chef and Tallaght native Andy McFadden having experience in Michelin-starred restaurants Pied à Terre and L’Autre Pied.
Joining him in this exciting new venture, Philip Roe will take up the role of Head Chef and Aoife Noonan leaves SMS Luna to become Executive Pastry Chef.
Glovers Alley will offer a two or three course set lunch at a price point of €35/45 and evening options will include a four or five course a la carte for €65/80, a tasting menu for €105 or a surprise chef’s tasting menu for €145 a head.
On the lunch front, diners can expect accomplished dishes such as Violet Artichoke, Bitter Leaves, Hazelnut, Foie Gras or Deer, Smoked Bone Marrow, Beetroot, Grapes. A six course lunch tasting menu will also be available for €60.
McFadden advises that if you opt for the surprise tasting menu “we’ll knock your socks clean off” and the set evening tasting menu includes McFadden’s signature Scallop, Radish, Oyster, Dill and tempting options like Goat, Black Pearl Curry, Anchovy, Gremolata.
Glovers Alley will open on Friday, February 2nd, and will be open five days a week, from Tuesday–Saturday for dinner and Thursday–Saturday for lunch and dinner.
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