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Restaurant and Hotels: Permitted trading times with meals

Holders of a Hotel Licence and/or Restaurant Licences may permit the sale of alcohol with meals at extended times permitted under the Intoxicating Liquor Acts.

Permitted Times:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

10:30am to 12:30am on the following day;
Friday and Saturday

10:30am to 1:30am on the following day;
Sunday

12:30pm to 12:00 midnight;
St. Patrick’s Day (even when it falls on a Sunday)

12:30pm to 1:30am on the following day;
December 23rd (only if falling on a Sunday)

10:30am to 12:30am on the following day;
Christmas Eve

10:30am to 12:30am on the following day;
Eve of Good Friday

10:30am to 12:30am on the following day;
Christmas Day

12:00pm to 10:00pm;

 

The eve of a public holiday (other than Christmas Eve) which falls on a week day 10:30am to 1:30am on the following day;

The eve of a public holiday (other than Christmas Eve) which falls on a Sunday 12:30am to 1:30am on the following day;
Good Friday

Alcohol may only be served to a lodger with a meal (extended trading hours are not permitted).

SPECIAL RESTAURANT LICENCES

Please note that the permitted trading times for Special Restaurant Licence holders differs slightly from above. Please see times listed in our article: Choosing the correct restaurant licence for your premises.

Why Choose Us?

Liquor Licensing is a complex and multi faceted process.

We pride ourselves on providing a simple, non technical road map with a speedy timeline for completion of the project.   Along the way, we will liaise directly with architects and accountants to leave you free to concentrate on your business.

For further information please contact

Lorraine Compton

T: +353 1 234 2678

E: lorraine.compton@comptonsolicitors.ie