By Emily Mullen
The Camden street haunt is back
One of the city’s busiest watering holes is reopening after months of closure. Devitts will be opening its doors once more to the thoroughfare of Camden Street. There sadly won’t be any hanging around outside the pub with food and drinks strictly available through takeaway.
The menu is a nice mix of typical pub fare (like chicken served in various forms, wings, tenders, and in a burger) and some more interesting things like the sandwiches and the tacos. Sandwiches are served on sourdough with ham hock, Wicklow brie, and caramelised red onion or roast chicken with Gubbeen and sundried tomatoes on offer. There’s a new addition of tacos to the menu, with pork belly, cajun cod, and braised brisket on the books.
Takeaway draft pints will be served alongside some standard cocktails like the margarita, Aperol spritz, and a pear cucumber cooler.
Devitts is open from Monday-Sunday from 12pm to 9pm, follow them on Instagram for updates.
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