Immerse yourself in a night of traditional food and entertainment at the Irish House Party in Dublin. You’ll experience one of the city’s best ways to spend an evening at this dinner-and-show event complete with authentic Irish fare, diverse music, dancing and storytelling. Enjoy some Traditional Irish food like Guinness stew and Baileys-infused chocolate cake, and sing and dance the night away with a talented group of performers.
Traditional food and entertainment at an Irish house party
Authentic setting, food, musicians and entertainment
Your night in Dublin takes place at the Irish House Party Pub and Restaurant with a warm reception from your seanchai, your Irish storyteller for the evening. Before sitting down to your 3-course dinner (if option selected at booking), learn the stories behind some of the most traditional Irish dishes, some of which you’ll enjoy during your meal (see the menu below). Don’t fill up too much on food, as you’re sure to want a pint or two of Guinness (own expense) during the evening’s theatrical festivities, which start after dinner when the Irish House Party warms up. This unforgettable music and dance program features the All Ireland champion musicians, dancers and performance artists. As a guest, you will learn a traditional Irish song and experience age-old storytelling; when the party really gets going, you can sit back and listen to the celtic and Irish music or, in true Irish spirit, kick up your heels and join the craic (fun)!
I didn't really know what to expect but I wasn't expecting to sit at a table all alone. I made this reservation while in Dublin on work. I thought a House Party meant "party". However, everyone was set at their tables separately depending on their reservation. This is my only complaint. As it turned out, the couple next to me were at a four top so they invited me to join them. I had the Irish Stew and it was very good. I also had a couple of glasses of wine which was also, surprisingly, good. The show was TOP NOTCH. Excellent show. Very talented musicians and cute dancer. I bought both of their CDs. You won't be disappointed in this event.
Thanks for the review and great to hear that you enjoyed the evening. That was probably an oversight with your table. We always join independent travelers with other guests. I'm thinking perhaps the people supposed to be at your table didn't show up. Our Maitre D would have moved you to another table if she was aware of this but happy it all worked out in the end. Glad you liked the Irish stew. Our chef is very proud of that recipe.
This was one of our favorite activities for our whole 9-day trip to Dublin. The venue was posh, the meal was over the top, and after dinner the cabaret-style entertainment was intimate and fun with audience participation.
This House Party was so much fun for our last night in Dublin- great intro to Irish music, instruments, and dance, along with the performers’ lovely humor. This is a very family friendly, all ages show, with the added benefit of a smoke free venue.
Not what we were expecting but still enjoyed it.
This wasn't the lively dancing and drinking party we expected but more of a subtle sing along where you learn about the history of the instruments and dance.
The food was good, songs were lovely, dance was good. Just don't come expecting a party.