Hollywood Cafe and Shop, located in the attractive village of Hollywood, Co. Wicklow opened in May 2018. Its focus is on Fresh, Seasonal & Local produce, with Irish, International and Wood Fired cuisine served in a traditional Irish cottage originally opened as a Post Office in 1855.
It is from this building that in 1850 Mathew Guirke moved to the USA and, it is believed, gave the name of his home town in Ireland to the Hollywood in California, to which it is likely he was attracted by the Gold rush.
Located at the western end of the Wicklow Gap and at the start of the St. Kevin's Way walking trail to the famous monastic site of Glendalough. The village has been the setting for movies and TV shows such as 'Michael Collins', 'Dancing at Lughnasa', 'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' and 'Vikings'.
We are delighted to
announce that Hollywood Café will be reopening on Wednesday, 1 July 2020. It
has been a long wait, but we would like to thank all of you who
supported our takeaway service since the beginning of lockdown. You have
kept us going and we are so grateful.
Our opening hours will be Wednesdays to Fridays 10am to 5pm, and Saturdays and Sundays 9am to 5pm. Pizza nights will continue on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5pm to 8.30pm and you can takeaway or sit in now, whichever you like. We will continue to cater for any customers who wish to takeaway food during the daytime. We hope to open 7 days a week again soon, but it may be a few weeks before we can do that, so we are starting with just 5 days a week until we find our feet again!
In order to keep our staff and customers safe we have had to reduce the number of tables inside, so if you wish to reserve one please call us on (045) 863 097. We will welcome walk-in customers as well, and will do our very best to seat you inside. We have plenty of outside tables and hope that the weather will pick up so we can make the most of them.
We look forward so much to seeing you all here again.