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Hard Rock Café

5.0 from 1 review
53.3458175659, -6.2607765198

12, Fleet Street,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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+353 1 671 7777

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The first Hard Rock Cafe (HRC) opened its doors to the public on June 14, 1971, in London, England. Founded by Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton, two enterprising and music-loving Americans, HRC was an instant classic, attracting droves of customers with its first-rate, but moderately priced casual American fare, warm service and ever-present rock 'n' roll music and sensibility.

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Hard Rock Café was first reviewed by Sean B. on 14 June 2012

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Sean B. Member since: May 2012 47 Reviews

Lives 26.8 km from Hard Rock Café


Nothing says "Great evening out!" like chowing down on a delicious burger while Bono's sunglasses stare at you. There are a few bits places in Dublin that have rock'n'roll memorabilia on display, but the selection in the Hard Rock Café blows them out of the water. I do like popping into Capt. America's on Grafton Street for a burger every now and then, but when you go into the Hard Rock Cafe you realise pretty quickly that this place is the real deal and Capt. America's, for all it's great cartoons on the walls, is a sorry substitute.

This place is all about living the American dream, and that means big portions! Sure, the prices are a little big too, but they're worth it for the quality and quantity that you get. This place also sports a fine collection of cocktails (mighty fine, in fact!) so if you're in the mood to make an evening of it, this is the place to do it!

Reviewed on: 14 Jun 2012


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