To help celebrate its 15th birthday, Fire Steakhouse & Bar at the Mansion House has opened an outdoor snug, as well as offering some new cocktails.
Over the past 15 years, Fire has served in excess of one million diners including famous faces such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Rory Mcllroy, Bono, President Bill Clinton and Rihanna, to name but a few.
The restaurant is open and offering al fresco dining options on Dublin’s most enviable outdoor terrace overlooking Dawson Street. Following NPHET’s recommendation, the Government advised that all indoor dining was to cease in a bid to further curtail the spread of Covid-19 – to align with guidelines Fire is making the most out of its outdoor space as well as launching a cosy outdoor snug.
The team at Fire quickly adapted to these new restrictions, adding large scale umbrellas, garden heaters, and spacious table settings. Additionally, Fire has put the finishing touches on a new outdoor snug, perfect for private dining for groups up to six people. Complete with heaters, cover and freshly laundered, individually wrapped blankets, it is the perfect space to celebrate a special occasion.
The FIRE15 cocktail is a sweet concoction with a touch of bitterness containing DWD whiskey, Amaro Averna and dark caramel syrup. Perfect as pre- or post-dinner cocktail, the bitter is a nod to the restrictions, while the sweet is the fact they are still open. Carnivores can enjoy a new menu addition, the 15oz 35day dry aged Hereford prime porterhouse steak. Cooked over open flames and served alongside Fire’s bone marrow, a choice of fries or baby Caesar salad. To celebrate its 15th Birthday this steak offering comes to €55.15.