Recently opened on Wellington Quay, The Liquor Rooms is a haven for classic cocktail lovers boasting a selection of some of Dublin’s finest libations. Open seven nights a week ‘til very late.
Whether you’re in the mood for getting giddy, looking for a cure-all concoction or simply a lazy tipple, the cocktail menu embraces seasonal practices, using fresh squeezed juices, in-house infusions, homemade shrubs, sherbets, jams and purees. The cocktail connoisseurs behind the bar will make sure you don’t go grey waiting waiting on your order. All Liquor Room cocktails hav ebeenb carefully crafted and can be swiftly mixed in minimal waiting time. Let your taste buds twirl with crafted concoctions including the Oo La La! (€9.50) – a rich and sweet contemporary Martini mix infused with sweet fruity goodness and rich berry liqueur, or break out the swizzle sticks with A Lazy Daisy Swizzle (€9.50) – a rummy and fruity dream.

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The Liquor Room Press and PR Photos. Captured by Aidan Oliver Photography.

While submerged in the surroundings of the Prohibition era chic décor, sip on a fruity and bubbly Fraise Sauvage (€10.00) or a short and sharp Clover Club (€9.50) – perfect for a couple of romantic tipples in relaxed ambiance. For those who like it smooth, The Amalfi (€10.00) – a rich, sharp and velvety rum concoction infused with an Italian lemon grove, is the perfect choice, or if you’re in need of a kick- the So So Sour (€10.50) with heaps of citrus tang finished with a red wine float. The Ramos Gin Fizz (€10.50) concocted with fizz and cream is sure to bring out the kid in you – a delicious orange and ice-cream float, except this one has gin! For the cocktail purist, the Mai Tai #7 (€10.50) is essential, whilst the Portman’s Dream (€9.50), filled with gin botanicals and dark ruby port crossed with light earthy spices is ideal for those long dark evening rolling in.

The Liquor Room Press and PR Photos. Captured by Aidan Oliver Photography.

The Liquor Room Press and PR Photos. Captured by Aidan Oliver Photography.

Leisurely drinkers can also purchase their favourite bottle of hooch, the bar will take it back at the end of the evening, label it and store away in the private liquor cabinet until your next visit. Please ask any member of staff about the hooch cabinet and reserve a space now.

Open from 5pm ‘til very late, seven days a week.

The Liquor Rooms, 5 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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