t’s long been regarded as one of the finest restaurants not only in Greystones but the whole of Wicklow (and beyond)…
Which may explain why so many famous people have walked through the door ofThe Hungry Monk since it opened, way back on July 31st, 1988. At 7.32pm.
The good, the mad and the U2 frontman have all enjoyed a slap-up meal and some fine wine at the famous Greystones eaterie – including [deep breath] Liam Neeson, Daniel Day Lewis, Tom Waits, Don Cheadle, Stephen Rae, Stevie Winwood, Sonia O’Sullivan, Katie Taylor, Pierce Brosnan, Martin O’Neill, Jim Sheridan, David Gest, Diarmuid Gavin, Gerry Ryan, those Seoige sisters, Sir Pat of Kenny, and The Dubliners.
And Bono. With his groovy brother (and Delgany dude), Norman.
To name but 23 of the more notable noshers.
Sure, isn’t Greystones the place to be seen, baby. Even when you’ve got a chip stuck in your beard.
We sat down with owners Pat and Julian Keown to talk about wining and dining the famous – and the fame-ish – who were famished…
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