For private dining in Dublin look no further than Whitty’s Restaurant, perfect for both corporate and family events.
Whitty’s Restaurant at Sandymount Hotel is a well-known local hotspot and is a popular destination for private lunches and dinners, product launches, award celebrations, corporate and team building events and corporate hospitality on match days in the Aviva Stadium.
Whitty’s can cater for all, including private dining facilities and access to your own private bar, be it small groups of 30 or sit-down meals for up to 120 guests, drinks or finger food for parties of 50 or a private BBQ for up to 250 guests.
Rain or hail, Sandymount Hotel can accommodate, thanks to a private bar and terrace, outdoor heated and covered patio seating in a beautiful marquee setting alongside delicious BBQ food, seasonal drinks, impeccable service, and complimentary parking and WIFI. Plus, the hotel’s dedicated events team can offer recommendations for all your entertainment needs.
Whitty’s Restaurant has various menus to choose from and audiovisual equipment can be set up for speeches or presentations.
'We ended up with 6 kids and 14 adults in total... but I want to express to you what a lovely time we had at the hotel. All the staff were amazing, Luis and the waiting staff could not have been more attentive, friendly and professional and everyone commented upon how nice all the staff were. We really felt that we were appreciated and not just another number in the book! The food was superb also and we had the loveliest time in the perfect venue. Can you pass my thanks and appreciation on to the staff who we dealt with yesterday as they really made the day very special. Thanks to you also for your attention and quick and friendly responses, such a pleasure to deal with...We will be back for sure.' Review by Colm who dined in Whitty's Restaurant May 2018.
Curious about the name?
Mary Whitty was a former maid of Sir Thomas William Robinson, one of the original owners of No. 7 Herbert Road on which Sandymount Hotel was built. Sir Thomas was one of the leading businessmen in Dublin in the early 20th Century and was knighted by Queen Victoria – “Knight Inshia of the Piael”. Mary Whitty was his youngest serving maid.