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The Bloody Stream

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A warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and interesting bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone age… these are just some of the features of “The Bloody Stream”, one of North Dublin’s most atmospheric and popular bars, where the byword is hospitality.
A warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and interesting bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone age.

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bloodystreamfrontA warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and interesting bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone age these are just some of the features of The Bloody Stream, one of North Dublins most atmospheric and popular bars, where the byword is hospitality. Add to this the Mediterranean-style beer garden, live music every weekend and an extensive menu of fresh seafood and other delicacies and you have a special venue indeed.

Located just below the Howth DART station, its live music and late night bar create a real party atmosphere thats proven a major attraction for locals as well as those travelling from Dublin city centre. In the heart of the picturesque town of Howth and its impressive harbour, The Bloody Stream has plenty of parking nearby and is especially popular among tour groups. Its the perfect spot for those looking for great food and drink in pleasant surroundings, with that indefinable “craic” usually in evidence for good measure!

Whether youre a fan of traditional Irish, Jazz, Blues or mainstream popular music The Bloody Stream always has something different to offer, and its beer garden is the perfect place for a summer afternoons listening to good sounds and enjoying a drink. The Bloody Stream caters for tour groups visiting Howth, private and corporate parties, and all social and sporting events.

History of The Bloody Stream

The Bloody Stream is named in honour of The Bloody Stream over which it is built. In August 1177, during the second Norman invasion, a heavy battle took place near here between the forces of Sir Almeric Tristram (said to have been a descendent of one of the knights of King Arthurs Round Table and whom took over command from Sir John de Courcy on the expeditions arrival at Howth, who was unable to leave his ship) and the Danes, who were occupying Evora Bridge at that time. Inevitably the fighting produced blood, some of which found its way into the little stream that has been known as The Bloody Stream ever since.

 

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The Bloody Stream Menu
20 March, 2014
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Starters

SOUP OF THE DAY
Served with Irish brown bread – €4.95

THE STREAM CHOWDER
Creamy mix of fresh and smoked fish with brown bread – €5.95

SALT & PEPPER CALAMARI
Tossed in flour with salt and cracked black pepper – €6.95 | €11.95 (Mains)

TRADITIONAL OAK SMOKED SALMON
Irish brown bread, cream cheese, chive, shallot & caper dressing – €6.95 | €11.95 (Mains)

Freshly Shucked Irish Oysters
Served with fresh lemon – 3 €4.95 | 6 €9.95 | 12 €18.50

SAUTEED WILD MUSHROOMS
Served on toast with melted brie – €7.50

THE STREAM FISHCAKES
Fresh salmon, haddock and crab with tartare sauce – €7.95

CLASSIC PRAWN COCKTAIL
Iceberg lettuce and Marie Rose sauce – €7.95

BUCKET OF WILD IRISH MUSSELS
In white wine, cream, garlic and tarragon sauce – €6.95 | €11.95

CLASSIC PRAWN COCKTAIL
Iceberg lettuce and Marie Rose sauce – €7.95

Mains

***STREAM SIGNATURE DISH***

THE STREAM FISH BOARD (FOR 2 SHARING)
Potted shrimp, salt cod croquettes, smoked and poached salmon, dressed crab, oysters, Irish brown bread – €28.95

THE STREAM FISH PIE
With salmon, prawn, cod, smoked haddock, creamy mash and a herb and parmesan crust – €12.95

CHARGRILLED IRISH BEEF BURGER
With mature Irish cheddar, crispy bacon, red onion relish, rocket and hand-cut chips – €12.95

BLACKENED CAJUN SALMON
Sweet potato chips, coleslaw and buttered corn on the cob – €13.95

CHARGRILLED PEPPERED STILTON 6oz IRISH SIRLOIN STEAK
Encrusted with green peppercorns, cooked to your liking,topped with melted stilton, walnuts and caramelized onions & served with hand-cut chips – €15.95

BATTERED DUBLIN BAY PRAWN SCAMPI
With hand-cut chips and tartare sauce- €17.95

BATTERED FISH & CHIPS
Smoked or fresh cod deep fried and served with mushy peas and tartare sauce – €13.95

10oz IRISH SIRLOIN STEAK
With onion rings, grilled tomato, hand-cut chips and brandy peppercorn sauce- €21.95

Sides

ALL SIDES – €2.95

SEASONAL VEGETABLES
BABY BOILED POTATOES
HAND-CUT CHIPS
MASH
MUSHY PEAS
ONION RINGS
SWEET POTATO CHIPS
BUTTERED CORN ON THE COB
GARLIC BREAD COLESLAW

Salads

ADD CHICKEN OR CRAYFISH TO EITHER SALAD – €4

CLASSIC CAESAR SALAD
Cos lettuce, garlic croutons, bacon, parmesan, and caeser dressing – €7.95

THE STREAM HOUSE SALAD
Mixed leaf tossed with cherry tomato, buffalo mozzarella, torn basil in balsamic oil – €8.95

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Ireland, Dublin
Phone: +353 1 839 5076
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Opening Hours:
Mon - Thurs: 12pm to 11.30pm
Friday: 12pm - 12.30am
Saturday: 12pm - 12.30am
Sunday: 12pm - 1.30am

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