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Locks Brasserie is open
Lunch: Thursday to Saturday 12pm-2:30pm
Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday 6pm-10pm
Closed Sunday & Monday.

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  • Our philosophy is simple… to bring to Locks Brasserie the same award-winning ethos of good food and comfortable surroundings with friendly and attentive staff that we have been delivering in Pearl Brasserie since 2000.

  • The difference - Locks is a neighbourhood restaurant, a place to visit when the spirit moves you and a menu and opening times that reflect this.

    Our traditional French cuisine is served in an informal environment where you, our neighbours, your friends, family and colleagues are welcome.

  • Locks offers private dining facilities from intimate corporate or family events in our Silver & Green Rooms to larger celebrations for up to forty.

    The Chef's menus take the diner on a culinary tour of France with ingredients sourced from the finest Irish and French suppliers.

  • The team is driven by passion, attention to detail and strong cooperation between the front rooms and the kitchen, delivering an exceptional finished product.

    Welcome & Bon Appetit!

  • Locks Brasserie!
    We look forward to welcoming you!

  • TV3 Competition
    Locks is running a competition with Ireland AM all this week. Watch the cool video and text to be in with a chance to win gourmet dinner for four! Post…
  • MenuPages.ie and Pearl Brasserie
    Great news form our sister restaurant Pearl Brasserie From September 6th they will open for lunch on Saturdays and to celebrate this they have a deal up on MenuPages.ie http://deals.menupages.ie/pearl-brasserie-dublin-fine-dining-new-saturday-lunch-3-x-courses-for-two-35
  • Father’s Day Gifts
    A Gift Voucher for a restaurant is really the perfect present for daddy; and one from Locks is even better! You can buy a gift voucher with a credit card…
  • Lock’s Brasserie named as one of Ireland’s Best by Hot Press magazine
    Lock’s Brasserie has been named in the country’s Best Restaurants in the Hot Press Best of Ireland 2014 magazine Best Of Ireland features a team of leading journalists’ top picks when it comes…
  • Better than fine wine and Scarlett Johansson
    Ronan O’Reilly recently reviewed Locks in the Irish Mail giving it five stars! He loved it saying that it was “Better than fine wine and Scarlett Johansson”; praise indeed!