Looking for a Restaurant this Easter Weekend in Dublin?
Easter weekend 2016 takes place from Friday the 25th March to Monday the 28th March.
At Restaurant 104, we are open all weekend for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch & Dinner, even on Good Friday!
Located just 10 minutes from Dublin city centre in the leafy suburb of Drumcondra, our chefs serve familiar favourites with a twist, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, creating a friendly neighbourhood vibe.
For breakfast & lunch, Restaurant 104 is a local favourite, famous for its Full Irish breakfast, Ariosa fresh roasted coffee, seafood chowder, buffalo wings, chopped salads and succulent buttermilk chicken burgers.
While every night, Restaurant 104 transforms into a cosy brasserie with sumptuous home made pasta dishes, Irish beef steak & burgers, fresh fish, seasonal salads & delicious vegetarian creations.
So, before heading into Dublin city centre to attend some of the 1916 Easter Rising commemoration events, join us in this beautiful building, immortalised by James Joyce in Ulysses, and we will treat you to great music, warm staff and above all great food.
2016 marks the centenary of The Easter Rising. This uprising was one of the defining moments of the struggle for Irish independence which began on Easter Monday 1916 with the reading of the proclamation, Poblacht na h-Eireann by Pádraig Pearse.
After days of fighting on Dublin city streets, there were approximately 300 civilians casualites and the executions of sixteen rebel leaders.
Each year at Easter, we remember and honour those who took part and gave their lives during the Easter Rising, and with the launch of an extensive programme of events, 2016 brings about a massive commemoration centred in the city where it all took place, Dublin.
At 1:15pm on Easter Sunday, 1916, the first shots of the Rising were fired. This Easter Sunday, 2016, 1:15pm will herald synchronised wreath-laying ceremonies at strategic points around Dublin, starting with Dublin Castle.
Across Easter weekend many more memorial services will take place in the city, including a ceremony for all those that have died during the events of 1916 in the Garden of Remembrance, a State event for relatives of those who took part in the Rising, a nationally televised military ceremony, and a parade which will pass through the city, viewed by the President and invited guests from viewing stands lining O’Connell Street, joined by the public along the route with large screens erected for maximum visibility.
An official opening of the Easter Rising Centenary Visitor Facility at the GPO will also take place, as will a special ceremony at Liberty Hall to commemorate the contribution of the Irish Citizen Army and James Connolly, to the events of 1916.
Join the people of Dublin this Easter to reflect, remember and honour those who lost their lives in the 1916 Rising, as we look toward a brighter future which those pivotal days of rebellion shaped for the Dublin city and our country, 100 years ago this year.