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Avoca Handweavers
Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow (Map east - M11)
Phone: +353 1 2867466  
Price: Moderate  

Avoca Handweavers is an excellent craft and design shop, which has a great restaurant: traditional wholesome dishes of soups and stews, pastries, soda bread, local cheeses.


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Powerscourt Terrace Cafe
Powerscourt House, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow (Map east - L10)
Phone: +353 1 2046070  
Price: Moderate  

Located in Powerscourt House overlooking the Gardens, this is a very pleasant cafe with a good choice of wholesome traditional food. The House itself has several excellent craft shops, and the Gardens are worth a visit.


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Bacchus at the Coastguard
Bettystown, Co. Meath (Map east - L9)

Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for evening meal Tues - Sat; lunch on Sunday.  

Overlooking the sea at Bettystown, which is not far from Newgrange, Bacchus is an excellent seafood restaurant and also offers a range of meat and vegetarian options.


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Borzalino Restaurant
Drogheda, Co. Louth (Map east - L9)

Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for evening meals  

About 20 minutes drive north from Newgrange is Drogheda, a busy town which is a good base for touring Meath. Borzalino is a busy Italian restaurant with a comprehensive pizza and pasta menu: very popular, so advance booking is essential.


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Lucky Ned Peppers
West Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth (Map east - L9)

Price: Moderate  

A cheerful restaurant serving inexpensive Mexican-Irish dishes


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Station House Hotel and Restaurant
Kilmessan, Co. Meath (Map east - K10)
Phone: +353 46 25239  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open daily for lunch and dinner (except no lunch on Sat)  

Kilmessan is about half-way between Trim Castle and Hill of Tara; this chaming Hotel and Restaurant was converted from an old Railway station and is very popuar locally especially for lunch on Sunday. Advance booking is essential.


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The Forge Gallery
Collon, Co. Louth (Map east - L9)
Phone: +353 41 26272  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open evenings Mon - Sat from 19.00  

A few kilometres north from Newgrange is the village of Collon, and The Forge Gallery is an excellent restaurant serving food in a mix of French and modern-Irish styles.


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Triple House Restaurant
Termonfeckin, Co. Louth (Map east - L9)
Phone: +353 41 22616  
Price: Expensive  

Located in the village of Termonfeckin, just north of Drogheda, is the excellent Triple House Restaurant, a cosy farmhouse serving local produce (especially seafood) in a modern Irish style, with extra emphasis on service and presentation.


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Hotel Keadeen
Newbridge, Co. Kildare (Map east - K11)
Phone: +353 45 431666   Email: keadeen@iol.ie
Price: Moderate  

Newbridge is about halfway between Naas and Kildare. The Keadeen Hotel is very convenient for The Curragh Racecourse and is the location of much of the entertainment during the Irish Derby Festival at the end of June each year. The Keadeen has a good restaurant with a comprehensive menu, very popular with the locals for Sunday lunch.


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Boyle’s Tea Rooms
Slane, Co. Meath (Map east - L9)
Phone: +353 41 24195  
Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

A good place to stop after visits to Slane Castle or Newgrange, this cafe maintains a very old-fashioned atmosphere, and at the same time caters for international visitors.


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Cafe Sonas
Duleek, Co. Meath (Map east - L9)

Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

A charming cafe in the village of Duleek, close to Newgrange, serving food all day, including breakfast. Inexpensive sandwiches and hot meals.


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