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New York Grind Closed down

3.0 from 2 reviews
53.3484992981, -6.2437601089

Unit 5, Excise Walk,
Dublin 1, Ireland

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+353 1 636 0110

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New York Grind, or simply just NYG, is an Irish/American venture dedicated to bringing the essence of New York to Dublin. NYG serves-up New York style Pizzas, Fresh Bagels and Great Coffee in a vibrant Café Deli atmosphere. At the New York Grind everything is baked fresh daily onsite... just like in the 5 boroughs of New York!

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2 Reviews

New York Grind was first reviewed by Susan Q. on 06 February 2009

Raters say we are...  pizza, burgers, good coffee, salads, panini, soups, sandwiches

Rory S. Listing_photo_nozzle
Rory S. Member since: July 2008 235 Reviews Local hero

Lives 13.5 km from New York Grind


There's a method to eating in this place. You queue for your food at one counter (they have a few different types of food to choose from, at different counters - pizzas, burgers, panini, wraps), then you go to another counter to pay and then they ask you for your table number. Get your table [number] first, otherwise it seems to lead to confusion. The food was grand - I had a few slices of pizza from under the hot lamps which is usually a bit dodgy but was actually alright here. It wasn't anything special but it hit the spot. Coffee was OK and the place had a good buzz about it. Not a bad option for the area.

Reviewed on: 09 Mar 2009

Susan Q. Listing_photo_nozzle
Susan Q. Member since: August 2008 181 Reviews Local hero


I've been to this place a couple of times for lunch and it's not bad. Everything from soups,salads and sandwiches to burger, chips and pizza. The chicken in the salads has gone from a freshly grillled breast of chicken to cold strips of pre-cooked chicken from a container which is a bit disappointing but other than that it's a handy place for a quick bite at lunchtime and prices are reasonable.

Reviewed on: 06 Feb 2009


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