Set in one of Drogheda’s oldest buildings The Trinity Quarter is a multi-room day or night socialising experience. Carefully restored and enhanced, it’s beautiful features now are home to four vibrant drinking and dining settings.
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My husband brought me to the Trinity quarter last night for a date night.We have been dying to try this place for a while, and it really didn't disappoint.When we arrived we were greeted by one of the servers who quickly showed us to our table.We were given the specials by restaurant manager and our order quickly taken. We had a starters, main course and dessert, and each course was as good as the next. My husband and I both had the 8oz steak. To say it melted in our mouth is an understatement.
The place was absolutely bustling. I was very impressed with the service in particular. They seemed to have had a a lot of party's on, but that didn't affect the service. We will definitely be back again in the near future with friends and family.10/10
Featured: The Taste.ie
‘A provincial town such as Drogheda can often bear the brunt of being so close to Dublin, especially when it comes to dining out, but recent opening The Trinity Quarter (located in the former Star & Crescent building) has set a standard that will surely tempt people to stay in the town. With restored drinking and dining areas (a steak restaurant, a cocktail bar, a wine bar, a gin ‘palace’, and a fully heated garden lounge) many boxes are ticked.’
Decided to try here as we heard great reviews about this place and we were not disappointed. It was my sister’s birthday last Monday and we had a full three course meal. The soup, steak and desert were all amazing. We also had two cocktails each and they were lovely. Absolutely fantastic food and the service was fantastic too.
Very relaxed atmosphere and would highly recommend this place. Looking forward to going back again soon :)