De Lacy’s steak and seafood restaurant is situated right on the banks of the River Boyne, a historical and mythical river which stretches through the counties of Meath and Louth and meets the sea at Drogheda. The River Boyne is home to the Salmon of Knowledge, carried Saint Patrick to his first landing spot in Ireland and witnessed the infamous Battle of the Boyne in 1690 changing Irish history forever.
The Boyne Valley is home to rich farming pasture producing local butters and cheeses, tasty, succulent beef from our grass reared cows and the world famous Boyne Valley honey. With the River Boyne meeting the sea at Drogheda port, and Clogherhead fishing port, only a few kilometres away, all fish is sourced through local suppliers and used throughout our dishes where possible.
With so much history on our doorstep, Drogheda has a magical element to it, attracting visitors again and again. We invite you to try De Lacy’s at the d and experience the best in local food, service and hospitality. Ask for a table on the terrace to dine al fresco and witness the powerful River Boyne for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
De Lacy’s offers a steak and seafood menu, capturing a food market in Drogheda, not previously matched. All our dishes are prepared with thought and care, using only the finest local ingredients and top quality food sources. We are happy to alter any dish to take account of special dietary needs on request. We also welcome feedback from our customers to keep our menu fresh and interesting.
Inspired by Parisian Chic, De Lacy’s offers a formal dining space for the individual diner or groups alike. The clean lines reflect the River Boyne and our steak and seafood menus are represented in the decor throughout. With minimalist design, De Lacy’s is the ultimate in modern dining experience.
We are happy to cater for private groups. Please contact us to organise your special occasion. Reservations can be made on 041 9877700.
“ We invite you to try De Lacy’s at the d and experience the best in local food, service and hospitality.”