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Blanchardstown Village

Welcome to Blanchardstown Village, a vibrant suburb with an array of restaurants, bars & a friendly community spirit. Located just 9km from Dublin City centre.


Eat & Drink

Blanchardstown Village has a selection of pubs, restaurant's and eateries. Whether you're craving Thai food, Japanese or fish & chips there are plenty of option available.- Shibuyahsi Japanese Restaurant
- Maximillians Bistro
- Rudys Restaurant
- Thai Garden Restaurant
- The Black Wolf Pub
- The Bell Pub
- Supervalue
- Doctors Surgery
- Dental Surgery
- Petrol Station
- The Blanchardstown Centre


schools & Sports

The locality is home to a large number of primary schools including Scoil Bhridre Cailini and Scoil Bhride Buchalalli and as well as local secondary school options including Castleknock College, Coolmine Community School , Castleknock Community College and Mount Sackville.


Village Life

Blanchardstown Village has a shopping centre that includes a Super Value supermarket, coffee shops and a number of takeaways.


Family Friendly

The village has a friendly community spirit and has been long been a happy home to families. On a walk down main street you'll often see children in school uniforms, couples heading for dinner, parents commuting from work or workers going about their day.


village Vibe

The village has moved with the times, maintaining it's character while welcoming new businesses & restaurants. Today the village has a huge array of eateries and bars ranging from Shibuyashi Japanese restaurant to the Black Wolf pub & cocktail bar, to Rudy's restaurant and Maximillian's Bistro.


Direct City access

Blanchardstown Village is well connected via several transport links. It's only a 5 minute walk to the local a train station which provides direct access to Dublin city centre.
The village is also served by multiple buses and has close proximity to the M50 motorway and only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Suburb Snapshot

Blanchardstown is steeped in rich history and is an established suburb in Dublin. There has been a village at Blanchardstown for almost 800 years when the area took it's name from the Norman Blanchard family in the 1200's.Since then Blancharstown has gown and thrived, becoming home to a bustling nest of restaurant pubs, shops and services.
While the greater Blanchardstown area is home to about 90,000 people, Blanchardstown Village itself is located on the edge of the suburb close to the Royal Canal, train station and village church.


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