FOUNDED IN DREAMS WHILST LIVING IN NYC, EASTERN SEABOARD AND BROWN HOUND BAKERY WERE OPENED BY CREATIVE DIRECTOR  JENI GLASGOW AND CHEF REUVEN DIAZ IN IRELAND’S INDUSTRIAL PORT-TOWN, DROGHEDA.

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``The vigour and clarity of the cooking, and the respect that Mr Diaz has for his ingredients and his creations, explains why the Eastern Seaboard is an east coast phenomenon...``

``The cooking here takes it out of the category of pitstop and into a destination restaurant.``

``We settle down with a coffee and chat about New York, where they met in the mid-90s, and how they ended up opening a restaurant in Drogheda...``

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“While Eastern Seaboard may have a sense of American style - you’ll see a long list of Irish suppliers, graciously acknowledged.”

“It’s so great to meet staff who are so enthusiastic about their job, it makes life so much more pleasant for everyone.”

“This place hits a very happy note with its food. There's nothing cheffy, nothing over-elaborate.”

“You could be in downtown Manhattan or back in Brooklyn, and yes, there is also a touch of San Francisco.”

“Locally caught fish is big on the menu at one of Drogheda’s hippest restaurants.”

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BRYANSTOWN CENTRE
DROGHEDA – CO LOUTH