Great Food. Great Times. Great Memories. An american style diner in the heart of dublin.

Step in to The Stella Diner and enjoy an authentic slice of America served up in the heart of Rathmines Village.

Our long pewter topped counter runs down the right side of the room, overlooking the open grill where all the magic happens! Hop on a bar stool and take in all the action on one of the best seats in the house. We’ve got big, comfy leather booths, too. Sink in, breathe out and let us get you fed!

We’ve focused on all the details, from the mosaic floor to the golden light fixtures, cushioned bar stools and curated playlists, delivering a genuine Manhattan diner feel without the fuss. Settle in and get comfortable



Food to put you in a good mood, to pick you up, to bring back memories, to give you a great big cosy hug and to put a massive smile on your face. This is comfort food at its finest.

All day breakfast favourites like fluffy and perfectly golden short stack of buttermilk pancakes, corned beef hash with eggs and home fries, proper sausage sambos, three egg omelettes, or brioche French toast with bacon and maple syrup. Served up with steaming hot filter coffee. Drink up and we’ll top you up!

There are plenty of lunchtime and late night favourites on offer, too. Downright dirty cheese burgers, hot griddled sandwiches, next level tasty hot dogs, and some nostalgic classics including meatloaf, liver and onions, and grilled gammon steak with roast pineapple.



We hear you! We have plenty of treats to satisfy your sweet tooth any time of day. Mouthwatering homemade pies proudly displayed in our glass dessert cabinet, pies like Apple, Key Lime, and Mississippi Mud pies, along with sundaes, thick and creamy milkshakes and malts, indulgence all day every day.



We’ve got a full selection of draft and bottled beers, wines and cocktails. The cult classic cocktail menu takes inspiration from our neighbouring Stella Theatre, with such titles as ‘There’s Something About Bloody Mary’, ‘Don Julio’s Day Off’, ‘Midnight Espresso’ and our personal favourite ‘O Bacon, Where Art Thou?