The Port House
64A South William Street
Dublin 2

Tel: +353 1 6770298
Mon-Sun: 11am - late

Traditional Spanish Tapas Bar offering a variety of Basque Pintxos and Tapas along with an eclectic list of wines, ports and sherries. Select ports served straight from the cask.

The Port House Pintxo, Eustace St.
Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 6728590
Mon-Sun: 12.30pm - late

Located in Temple Bar, Port House Pintxo offers a romantic underground vibe with booth style seating and one of Dublin's coolest outdoor terraces overlooking meeting house square so customers can also enjoy the outdoor concerts in the summer.

The Port House Ibericos
Ballinteer Road
5/6 Pembroke Cottage
Co. Dublin

Tel: +353 1 216 6133
Mon-Thu: 12pm - late
Fri-Sun: 10am - late

Located in the prestigious Dundrum Town Centre area of South County Dublin, the cosy cottage restaurant offers not only our exquisite range of food, wine, port and sherry, there is a large open area for summer al fresco dining.

The Port House
417 Strand

Tel: +44 207 836 7764
Mon-Sat: 12pm - late
Sun: Closed

The cellar like, candle lit restaurant is ideally located in the heart of the West End and only steps away from Covent Garden's Piazza. Sourcing its wines from all regions of Spain & Portugal, they serve an array of fine ports and sherries.

The Port House
Strand Road
Co. Wicklow

Tel: +353 86 7833280
Mon-Thu: 4pm-late
Fri-Sun: 12pm-late

Located at Strand Street, Bray this beautiful and solely candle lit wine cavern has been stripped back to its original features. Wine educated staff are on hand to help you choose your bottle from the shelf while sampling the different pintxos and tapas.

Opened first in 2006 we realised we had something special in our little cave on South William Street in Dublin 2! Twelve months later, we opened another little cave in Temple Bar and our third in a cottage in Dundrum Town Centre's Pembrook District.

After three successful restaurants and seven years of hard work and saving our pocket money, we decided we were grown up enough to hit London in search of fame and fortune down the West End of Covent Garden, where we hope to get a small bit part alongside Jude Law!

Wine Sourcing

Since the initial concept of the restaurant, providing our own source of wine was key. This allows us to control quality, to buy from small producers across Spain and Portugal cutting out the middle man to give value to our customers.

From our own AlbariƱo to La Rioja and Navarra these lovely wines are lovingly sourced by lovely people for your enjoyment! Can you feel the love?


Our food sourcing is something we take very seriously. We have literally met what you are eating! Our acorn fed Iberian pigs grazed in open woodland in Extremadura which contribute to the wonderful flavours you will experience in our jamon Ibericos, chorizo and lomo meats. From Northern Spain, black pudding and txistorras are hand-made in La Rioja and Alavesa regions. Our cheeses range from manchego to garrotxa, a semi cured goat's cheese to the wonderful warm flavours of our picos de europa blue cheese.

Ports & Sherries

Given our name, you would be surprised at the limited availability of Port variety in this country. This is a factor we are trying to change. Our 2013 port mission to Porto (actually it was a piss up for Lee's 40th) involved house untried and no vintage untested! Now with our new friends that we made in Porto, we bring to you our carefully and well sampled collection!! From the smallest Port House, Kopke, to the upstarts of Niepoort and Churchills to the grandiose grand daddy's of Grahams and Warres.

Question, query, comment....If you have any questions about The Port House or just feel like saying hi, then give us a call, drop us an email - the details are in each individual tapas bar page.