Gallagher’s Boxty House is a traditional Irish pub-style restaurant located in the heart of Temple Bar. The restaurant offers unique Irish food presented in a contemporary, European context, specialising in light Boxty pancakes cooked on a hot griddle and served with a range of fillings, each soaked in one of the restaurants own unique sauces.

Gallagher’s Boxty House is the brainchild of Padraic Og Gallagher, a native of Mohill, County Leitrim. The restaurant opened its doors at Number 20, Temple Bar in February 1989, with seating for just 30 people.

The restaurant achieved amazing success in it’s first year, so much so that Padraic Og was able to expand into Number 21 Temple Bar within six months of opening! Further success enabled Padraic Og to develop the basement area of both units in 1997 to the 110 seats that the restaurant holds today. Today the restaurant caters for up to 3,500 guests each week.

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Submissions from 2012


Menu, 2012, Gallagher's Boxty House

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Menu, 2000, Gallagher's Boxty House

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Menu, 1994, Gallagher's Boxty House

Submissions from 1989


Menu, 1989, Gallagher's Boxty House