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Mayfield began in April 2010 when Kevin T Byrne and Kevin D Byrne (yes – two owners with the same name!) opened their door on Terenure Road North in Dublin.
The small building was originally a butchers shop from the early 1900’s. Already rich with character this was retained and built on using vintage tables and chairs. In 2013 the opportunity arose to expand and taking the risk they moved the restaurant into the large adjoining premises, turning the original space into a take-out deli.
Entering Mayfield you are greeted with a gift retail space full of scarves, housewares, cards and Irish fragrance products, before entering the restaurant itself which has four unique dining spaces from the sun soaked terrace to the upstairs flamingo wallpapered Yellow Bird dining room.
With tea served from mismatched china cups and saucers and the no nonsense menu of nourishing good food, we’re open daily for breakfast, lunch and, Thursday through Saturday, for dinner . Also keep your eyes open for our occasional special “Dinner & Show” evenings with entertainment ranging from singers to short plays.
Mayfield has grown into Terenure’s top eatery and has become a destination for friends to meet in comfortable surroundings to catch up over great food with a menu that is accessible to everyone.
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