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About Us

Mark and Adriana Fitzpatrick

Mark & Adriana Fitzpatrick


Head Chef Mario Simic

Mario Simic

executive head chef

General Manager Jamie O'Connor

Jamie O’Connor

general manager

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Originally the heart of Malahide village, the intersection of Strand Street and Old Street are just a stone’s throw from St. Sylvester’s Holy Well. Two of the oldest cottages in the village, family homes known by locals as “The Gems” and “Lucky Hall”, are the foundations of what is now a truly modern neighbourhood eatery, Old Street Restaurant.

In 2013 local couple Mark and Adriana Fitzpatrick purchased the cottages and began designing and reconstructing the buildings. Incorporating as much of the original cottages’ materials as possible, the finished structure was completed in 2017. Old Street opened our doors to the public on March 30th, 2017. Since our opening, Old Street has been Michelin Recommended 4 years in a row and has received awards and accolades for our outdoor Dining, outstanding Wine List, craft Cocktails, and seasonal Menus. Recently adding a new range of in-house dry aged Steaks and house made Charcuterie to our culinary repertoire.

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Press and Awards

Michelin Recommended Restaurant



Outdoor Dining Award, 2021


JCI IRELAND Friendly Business Awards

Disability Access Award, Fingal 2019
Best Digital Experience, All Ireland, 2021


Food & Wine Ireland Awards

Best Restaurant Bar Shortlist, 2018
Best Restaurant Bartender Shortlist, 2019


Irish Restaurant Awards

Best “Kids Size Me’ All Ireland, 2019
Best “Kids Size Me” Dublin, 2019
Shortlisted “Best Cocktail Experience”
All Ireland 2018, 2019, 2022


Hot Press Magazine

“100 Best of Dublin” June, 2018
“100 Best of Dublin” June, 2019


Sunday Business Post

Best Restaurant Wine List & Wine Service
2018, 2019, 2020
Sunday Business Post, Tomás Clancy

“A Kitchen Full Of Ambition”
Sunday Business Post, Gillian Nelis

“Stars Of The Suburbs And Old Stalwarts”
Sunday Business Post, Gillian Nelis