Went here for lunch and we all enjoyed it tremendously. The chowder is amazing and the lady serving us was very friendly. Next time we are in Howth we will definitely head to the Brass Monkey.
— Pewter via TripAdvisor

Brass Monkey Opening Hours from Novemer 1st 2019

Closing time is kitchen last orders

Monday 11am - 4pm

Tuesday 11am - 4pm

Wednesday 11am - 9pm

Thursday 11am - 9pm

Friday 11am - 10pm

Saturday 11am - 10pm

Sunday 11am- 8pm

The Brass Monkey Restaurant, Howth

The Brass Monkey is a modern European restaurant with emphasis on fish. We serve fresh seafood, tapas, sharing seafood platters, lunch specials, a great value early bird and dinner. Situated on the West Pier in Howth, a working harbour we get first choice of the freshest seafood in Ireland.

Love oysters? Our carefully selected Atlantic oysters from the cool waters of Sligo Bay on the North West coast of Ireland are delivered every morning and shucked to order. Be sure to try our award winning seafood chowder, creamy and fresh, we have the rave reviews to prove it’s the best on the pier! We proudly serve the award winning double smoked salmon from our West Pier neighbour Nicky's Plaice.

We are a family friendly restaurant. Our children's menu encourages our younger diners to try fish dishes and explore different tastes. You may ask for a specific dish in a child’s portion. There are many gluten free and gluten free adaptable dishes. All our desserts and scones are homemade daily.  

Howth fishing village is a 'must see' for any visitor to Dublin. 30 minutes on the DART train from Dublin along the scenic coast. Howth has quickly become a culinary hot spot and foodie hangout as well as maintaining a traditional fishing culture. Spot the famous seals, browse the boutiques, visit the Howth market and walk both piers for a fun family friendly day out in Dublin.

We recommend Dublin Bay Cruises for boat tours from the city centre, Dun Laoghaire and around of Ireland's Eye. Take in the incredible views of Dublin bay, the wildlife and the open water for a different day out in Dublin.