Nestled in the beautiful Baggot Street Village on the Southside of Dublin, only a short stroll from St Stephen’s Green on your way to the Aviva Stadium, Searsons of Baggot Street is one of the finest Dublin Pubs you are likely to visit. The Chawke Pub Group has restored this historic Dublin pub to its former greatness. Established in 1845 Searsons has earned it’s place in history, step inside and you will experience a beautifully restored bar, excellent service, the finest food and drink, and that friendly, warm and inviting atmosphere that is synonymous with the Chawke name. Searsons is back!
We have installed a beautiful Beer Garden to the rear of Searsons complete with high definition screens for all your sporting pleasure. Heated and covered for those chilly days and nights but it can also be wonderfully open for those balmy summer occasions when the sun graces us with its presence! Our brand new ‘state of the art’ kitchen serves delicious food all day and our bars are stocked with the finest of Beers, Wines, Spirits & Liqueurs. Come in and find your favourite! Read More
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Searsons is one of my favourite restaurants in Dublin.
Posted 3rd Aug 2016 by BUBBLES_88First Timer: 8 reviews
The staff are brilliant and so accommodating. I love when they have Seabass as there special on the menu. In fact when they have Seabass I am there. There desserts are all way too delicious. Pinot is always a winner in my eyes. I adore this place and rave about it when every I can. Well done Searsons you have me for life!!!
Popped in for a quick meal, had the pulled pork sandwich, was nice but overpriced. The service was ok, food came out quick but clearing plates and getting drinks etc was a bit slow.
I went here for lunch a couple of times with my workmates. The food is always nice and there's always a good choice. The last time I was here I had a low fat chicken tikka wrap which was lovely. It didn't taste low-fat! I would recommend this place as a great place to lunch but that's it.
Posted 28th Sep 2015 by RACHELB103First Timer: 9 reviews
I go here for lunch quite a bit as I work around the corner. It is a nice place to get a carvery. The portions are fairly small, however, and it isn't that cheap. Can't really complain though as it is good grub!
Food is really nice, slightly expensive but good for lunch & their platters are really nice for after work drinks!
Posted 21st May 2010 by AOIFE21Guru: 33 reviews
Great spot for a decent pub lunch. It's never crazy busy and the prices are reasonable. There's a nice selection of soup, salads, hot sandwiches and hot meals. The only thing is they tend to do a lot of the same food everyday so it might get a little boring if you went often.
Posted 26th Mar 2008 by KATIEJANE85Connoisseur: 13 reviews
Had dinner here once before a concert. Had garlic chicken and it was one of the nicest dishes I've ever had. The atmosphere is very modern and spacious with its high ceilings. very laid back and ideal for an after work bite to eat.
Posted 11th Feb 2008 by BOOPConnoisseur: 15 reviews
The lunch menu is quite tasty and the variety is also decent. It is a good eatery for that hour between work!
Posted 21st Oct 2007 by LEECELTICConnoisseur: 10 reviews
I have had lunch in Searsons on a number of occasions and it never fails to impress! the food is excellent, service is top notch and the atmospehre is nice and relaxed for a well deserved break from the office
Posted 25th Sep 2007 by RINGO2007Guru: 28 reviews
I've had lunch here twice now and on both occasions it's been absolutely gorgeous. They have a fantastic menu and all the food tastes so fresh, not like some bar food, which you know, has been sitting there under a lamp for ages. I would recommend the spinach and ricotta tortellini it's very tasty as is their stuffed breast of chicken wrapped in bacon. The portions are decent so you are definitely getting value for your money. The staff are also very helpful and friendly.
Posted 5th Feb 2007 by INDIANewbie: 1 reviews
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