Kids are king in this place, with colouring books, kids' menu and a gift on leaving. Here you don't really mind if your child's inner demon has come out, because there'll always be someone else who is dining with the actual devil.The menu is more of a treat, but the music and speed of service sometimes makes this the best choice. Great Picolo (kids') menu, starter, main and dessert top off with a Bambinoccino.They have a dedicated children's menu that gives them a drink, cookie and a main – and afterwards you can have a wander around Malahide Castle Gardens and bring the kids to the playground.READ: The Lovin Dublin Community's Favourite Child-Friendly Restaurants This new cafe ticks all the principles I've listed above.My personal favourite is Malahide Castle, which has a large tables for large families and friends.
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Jamie has a ton of kids – Daisy, Poppy, Petal and Buddy, and no they're not his dogs! Caution, though, as the budget can easily be blown here once you get started ordering goodies for the bigger people.
While younger kids probably won't survive a walk on Howth Head, the pier is just as exciting – and feeding the seals is a real treat.
Crabby Jo's is really filling the market gap of casual family dining in Howth.
There are a few other spots here that can cater for kids too, but some are clearly adults only.