All day dining of an informal and easy nature. No fuss just good honest Irish food.
We wanted to be a kitchen from the start. Heart of the house source of sustenance warmth and hospitality. A kitchen table is what we sat around discussing what evolved into Hatch and Sons and it remains central to what we do. All day dining of an informal and easy nature. No fuss just good honest Irish food.
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Comes from our friends The Barn in Berlin. With direct links to farmers and small batch roasting this is coffee as it should be. At least we think so. Something special. Something to be savoured.
Our filter coffee, we believe, trounces an Americano every time. Have a taste. Its on us. We brew frequenitly throughout the day
In 1872 William Hatch owner of a successful hackney cab business at 16 Duke Street could see the writing not on the wall but in the tram lines that had been laid on the streets of Dublin despite the protests of businesses in the city centre. Service by the Dublin Tramways Company from Dublin to Terenure began on 1 February that year.
15 St Stephens Green
Dublin D02 Y066