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31 Dorset Street Lower, Dublin 1
open open from 12:00-02:15 (delivery from 00:00-02:15)
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Ballybough Rd, Ballybough, Dublin 3
open open from 12:00-02:45 (delivery from 00:00-02:45)
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  • 45-60 mins
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Summerhill Parade, Summerhill, Dublin 1
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82 Drumcondra Rd Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
open open from 17:00-03:30 (delivery from 00:00-03:30)
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Swords Rd, Santry, Dublin 9
open open from 17:00-03:45 (delivery from 00:00-03:45)
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Parnell St, Dublin 1
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Takeaway For Collection & Delivery in Clontarf, Dublin 3


Clontarf Dublin is a gorgeous coastal suburb on the northern side of Dublin and is currently flourishing with a population of over 31,000 people. The unique name of the suburb means “meadow of the bull.” This name was give because the locals believed that the sound of the wind on the beach sounded uniquely similar to that of a panting bull.

 

Rich history is found throughout Clontarf. The area is most well known historically for the Battle of Clontarf, a battle that look place in 1014. In this battle the High King of Ireland defeated the Viking of Dublin. This extraordinary event marked the end of the Irish-Viking Wars. After this battle, Clontarf was able to enjoy peace for over 100 years. Peace ended in 1172 when the Normans arrived and took over.

 

By the 17th century, the population was around 79 people. The area was very well known for fishing, oyster-catching and farming. As times progressed, the area remained highly known for agriculture. Around the early 19th century, Clontaf became an extremely popular holiday resort destination for the residents of Dublin, although many were not residing there. However, after a horse omnibus service formed to shuttle people from the city, Clontarf became a desired place for the wealthy to live.

 

Currently, the beautiful coast still remains a popular location that attracts many visitors. The seafront is filled with runners, walkers, sailors, and cyclists. The promenade features an Easter Island Moaj replica statue and an open-air seawater swimming pool. Many businesses are found in the area including public houses, restaurants, convenience stores, banks, pharmacies, and medical buildings. Rugby and cricket are the most popular sports played in the area, although, sailing and tennis are also common. Two Roman Catholic parishes feature both a Presbyterian and Methodist congregation.

 

Take away food restaurants are popular dining options found in the Clontarf area. Restaurants of every kind offer delicious options of food that can be picked up or delivered. Some of the most popular options include pizza, chipper, chinese, and Indian. Take away food makes dining quick and simple for those living and visiting in Clontarf.

Here at Marvin you can easily, quickly and safely order delicious food for delivery or collection from local takeaways in Clontarf, Dublin 3. Just take your pick of the restaurants on the list and click on to their menu. There you can order just what you fancy. In Clontarf, Dublin 3 you can amongst other things choose from indian, chipper or international.

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