Six Amazing Seafood Restaurants in Howth

So you’re in Howth & you want delicious seafood??

You can’t go wrong visiting any of these places and you’ll be in seafood heaven with fantastic starters, mains and desserts.

1. Octopussy’s Seafood Tapas Bar

What: Seafood Tapas

Where: West pier, Howth

See the menu: Octopussy’s Menu

According to them: “Octopussy’s provides a slice of Mediterranean life for our locals and a taste of home for our visitors. We specialise in seafood tapas, with fresh fish and shellfish supplied daily.”


2. The Brass Monkey

What: Fresh fish & tapas specials

Where: 12 West pier, Howth

See the menu: Brass Monkey Menu

What they say: “We are a modern European restaurant serving tapas style meals. We specialize in seafood, shellfish, chowder, pork belly with many vegetarian dishes. We are in the best location for the freshest seafood available!”


3. Abbey Tavern

What: Great food, great entertainment

Where: 28 Abbey Street, Howth

See the menu: Abbey Tavern Menu

What they say: “Our pub, one of the oldest in Ireland, is a genuine 16th century tavern located in the charming and quaint fishing village of Howth. With its original stone walls, flagged floors, blazing turf fires and friendly staff, a truly warm welcome awaits you in one of Dublin’s best and most iconic venues.”


4. The Oar House

What: Fresh local fish

Where: 8 West Pier, Howth

See the menu: Oar House Menu

What they say: “Renowned for its seafood, Howth has built up a large number of top class seafood restaurants over the past few years. In the Oar House local chef John Aungier joined forces with fishmonger Sean Doran to create this award winning restaurant.The Oar House is a haunt for the locals and a hugely popular ‘must see’ for visitors. Needless to say its fish offerings are wide and varied with an emphasis on what has been landed on the day.”

5. Aqua Restaurant

What: Fresh local fish

Where: 1 West Pier, Howth

See the menu: Aqua Menu

What they say: “Howth’s award winning seafood restaurant serving the community for over 15 years. Located at the very end of Howth’s West Pier in a building with a long and apt history,  Aqua has the best seat in town with legendary views across Howth Sound to the island of Ireland’s Eye.”


6. King Sitric

What: Seaview casual dining and accommodation

Where: East Pier, Howth

See the menu: King Sitric Menu

What they say: “Established 1971, Aidan and Joan MacManus have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood in their harbour-side restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth. In 1999, they extensively rebuilt their old Harbour Master’s house, relocating the restaurant to the first floor with panoramic seaviews, and adding eight guest bedrooms. All the bedrooms are named after Lighthouses and have sea-views.”

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