The Strand Family Bar & Restaurant, Rush, Co. Dublin

THE TOLKA HOUSE COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS

Tolka House is fully complying with all safety guidelines as set out by Fáilte Ireland. Please read and follow signage while visiting. 

If you wish to be seated indoors, please remember

▪ Customers will need to provide Proof of Immunity on arrival to confirm that all are over 18 and are either fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. Under 18s who are in the care of a permitted person in an indoor setting, currently do not require Proof of Immunity.
 
▪ Customers may also be asked to show photo ID to prove that the EU Digital COVID Certificate is theirs.
 
▪ Customers are still required to provide contact tracing details with the exception of those under 18.
 
▪ On arrival, your host will scan your EU Digital COVID Certificate or you will be asked to present another proof of immunity.
 
▪ Once you’re on the premises, we ask that you sanitise your hands when entering or leaving the building, always wear your face mask when moving around, including when visiting the bathroom and practice physical distancing.
 
▪ Visit gov.ie/reopeninghospitality for more information.

A WARM WELCOME TO THE TOLKA HOUSE GASTROPUB

Established 1756
Tolka House, formerly The Bulls Head has been the main source of hospitality in the Glasnevin area since 1756. This fountain of allurement, once a hostelry, acquired its first licence in 1848, at the end of the Great Famine, under the ownership of Thomas White. An act of parliament in 1878 saw the National Botanic Gardens come under the patronage of the state who opened it up to the public. This was good news for Mary White’s tavern. The name Tolka House first seen above the this door in 1883 under the new ownership of H. Briscoe. By 1901 Tolka House was under the care of the Ryan brothers. The electric tram then brought much business to Tolka House and The Botanic Gardens with its regular service from Nelson’s Pillar. The traditional ethos has been retained in Tolka House as you now find yourself surrounded by raised levels and cosy corners.
“On your way out listen to the gentle murmuring of the Tolka flowing sweetly beside the premises. Inside, the waters of the Tolka House continue to flow just as sweetly.”

The Tolka House, Glasnevin, Dublin

The Tolka House

9a Glasnevin Hill,
Glasnevin,
Dublin 9.
Ireland.

+353 1 837 1082

Opening Hours

Monday
10.30am - 10pm
Tuesday
10.30am - 10pm
Wednesday
10.30am - 10pm
Thursday
10.30am - 10pm
Friday
10.30am - 10pm
Saturday
10.30am - 10pm
Sunday
10.30am - 9pm

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