Transport yourself back in time to the gangster era and check out the back bar, originally at home in a famous hotel in Chicago that Al Capone ran his business from.
If you fancy having a party or just reserving a private area, the “Piano bar “ is the perfect location. It is a cosy area in the downstairs lounge.
The main lounge area is warm and spacious and has a magnificent old stone fireplace.
Throughout the day we are serving mouth-watering food and we have a fantastic menu that caters for all. Lunch starts at 12.30 and you can choose from a range of fresh home cooked dishes on the carvery or if you prefer we can make you a delicious fresh sandwich. At the highest point in the Laurels is the Tree Top Restaurant one of Clondalkin’s favourite places to dine with a fantastic selection of food to choose from. Open daily you will find a warm welcome and efficient service when you visit.
When you visit us at The Laurels you will meet a varied mix of builders, bankers, accountants, families and friends. The Laurels is part of Clondalkin vibrant social scene where people come to chat and be entertained.
As once said “ IRISH PEOPLE LOVE TO CHAT AND THE PUB IS THE LIVING ROOM OF IRISH LIFE”
What a beer garden! Drinks were well priced, you could take your family there or get drunk there. We loved it. We spent all day drinking in the beer garden and we had a smashing time. You could tell the staff were all a bit young but they done there job, cleared our tables and kept the place tidy. It was right on the corner, so the Irish walk by banter was also rather strong. It’s like a wee family pub with a cool edge. Inside and outside smoking areas, always a plus for me! I will definitely return.
Dinner I have been numerious times over the past 2 years and always get the same thing their cajun chicken burger with fries always consistantly excellent and compared to eddie rockets or quiet a few other places light years ahead. large portion size and very good for what it is.
Gem in the middle of Clondalkin Clondalkin is home of round towers Clondalkin, and of Jim gavin the best gaa manager of all time, and then you have The Laurels right in the heart of the village, just off the Naas Road, food is very good, drinks are plentyfull, and there are some great bands there on a weekly basis,