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There are few more appropriate drinks while watching the rugby than pints of good Irish beer. In the past, that meant just a few major brewers, but times are changing. You'd need to have been living under a rock for the last few years not to notice the huge amount of craft breweries popping up all over the place. The explosion of different breweries has been as inspiring as it is exciting. I still have lots to seek out and try, but so far, I'm loving Franciscan Well's newly launched Chieftain IPA. I've also really enjoyed Eight Degrees Brewing Co's Barefoot Bohemian Pilsner; Brehon Brewhouse's Brehon Blond; O'Hara's Irish Red; Metalman Brewing Co's Metalman Pale Ale; and Blacks of Kinsale KPA .

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CASA PASTA & PIZZA, Dublin

Relaxed Atmosphere, Family friendly, Coeliac, Vegetarian Options Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner served. All requests catered for if possible.

Reviews for CASA PASTA & PIZZA

eating at casa pasta

reviewed by: casapas1on CASA PASTA & PIZZA 22 October 2012

I love eating in Casa Pasta Donnybrook, the food is lovely, prices are very reasonable and your particular wants are meant such as half portions/saute potatoes instead of pasta yum yum Read more...

casapas1 would recommend.casapas1 would not use again.

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Overpriced

reviewed by: bryanbmon CASA PASTA & PIZZA 01 July 2011

lots of variety, although the décor is lacking. Small portions as well. seems to have fallen for the trap of charging large prices purely because of its location! Read more...

bryanbm would not recommend.bryanbm would not use again.

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Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

There are few more appropriate drinks while watching the rugby than pints of good Irish beer. In the past, that meant just a few major brewers, but times are changing. You'd need to have been living under a rock for the last few years not to notice the huge amount of craft breweries popping up all over the place. The explosion of different breweries has been as inspiring as it is exciting. I still have lots to seek out and try, but so far, I'm loving Franciscan Well's newly launched Chieftain IPA. I've also really enjoyed Eight Degrees Brewing Co's Barefoot Bohemian Pilsner; Brehon Brewhouse's Brehon Blond; O'Hara's Irish Red; Metalman Brewing Co's Metalman Pale Ale; and Blacks of Kinsale KPA .

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Food & Drink

There are few more appropriate drinks while watching the rugby than pints of good Irish beer. In the past, that meant just a few major brewers, but times are changing. You'd need to have been living under a rock for the last few years not to notice the huge amount of craft breweries popping up all over the place. The explosion of different breweries has been as inspiring as it is exciting. I still have lots to seek out and try, but so far, I'm loving Franciscan Well's newly launched Chieftain IPA. I've also really enjoyed Eight Degrees Brewing Co's Barefoot Bohemian Pilsner; Brehon Brewhouse's Brehon Blond; O'Hara's Irish Red; Metalman Brewing Co's Metalman Pale Ale; and Blacks of Kinsale KPA .

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