The Old Bank, Dungarvan.
The home of Upstairs at The Old Bank, our acclaimed fine dining restaurant.
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Dining at The Old Bank
Choose from dining at our fine dining restaurant – recently recommended in the 2022 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Great-Britain & Ireland, or in our casual and family-friendly bistro.
Upstairs at The Old Bank
Is a modern Irish restaurant that proudly honours the unrivalled produce grown, reared, fished and foraged on the beautiful land and waters of Waterford and Ireland.
The restaurant is located on the first floor of The Old Bank building, overlooking Dungarvan Harbour.
The downstairs bistro, The Bistro at The Old Bank, offers diners a casual dining option, in a relaxed and family-friendly environment.
The Old Bank first opened its doors in October 2019, and we’ve gone through quite a metamorphosis in the three memorable years since:
With chef Dave Larkin at the helm, The Old Bank has gone from an Italian bistro to a modern Irish restaurant that has established itself as one of the finest in the region.
We’ve also added a casual, family-friendly bistro that celebrates the best of the produce from the locality and our farm, Al Eile, but at a more accessible level – allowing everyone to enjoy our food.
The Old Bank occupies the iconic 19th-century Bridge House overlooking the postcard perfect Dungarvan Harbour in Co. Waterford, Ireland. On the ground floor of the building there is a classic cocktail bar, a private terrace, and The Bistro, our casual dining option. On the first floor we have a private dining space and our fine dining restaurant, Upstairs at The Old Bank.
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