Everett’s Restaurant

Dine in the 15th century John Collyn House in High Street where the chef serves modern Irish cooking in a historic atmosphere. Enjoy the outdoor seating area at the back which looks onto Greyfriars church ruins.

The Front Room

While dining in our front room you will be surrounded by the history of Waterford. The room has elements in it that date back to at least the 1460s.  It has been identified as the house of the eleven times mayor of Waterford James Rice whose 1481 cadaver tomb is preserved in Christ Church Cathedral and is one  of the finest in Ireland.

The front room now seats 28 diners in atmospheric surroundings. Ideal for long nights chatting over a delicious meal and a bottle of wine.

The Vault

Come dine with us in our historic and intimate wine vault located beneath the house of the 15th century  eleven times mayor of Waterford James Rice. James was also a wine merchant dealing mainly in Spanish wine.

Today you can soak up the atmosphere in this enchanting space. Seating 30 diners, the vault is ideal as a private dining room for your special occasion, or equally perfect for a romantic meal for two. Call us now to book your table.

Everett's Restaurant Reviews

  • Exceptional experience at Everett's that, in our opinion, outperforms its status. The homemade brown bread is the finest we have had and we are still talking about it a few days later. For starters, the scallops were delicate and perfectly cooked. The monkfish, beef shoulder and cod mains were all exceptional and worth a return visit to try again. The staff was top notch, attentive and friendly. We highly recommend making a stop in Waterford to enjoy a dinner here.

    Mitch Dickey 6 months ago
  • Appetizing and delicious food!! We went for 3 course dinner. For main course, I tried wild venison for the first time which was perfectly cooked. Highly satisfied. Perfect dinner experience.Kudos to the chef!!

    shalu kumaravel a year ago
  • We loved our dinner at Everett’s. We had no reservation but got a table for dinner. The service was personal and attentive. The food was great! I loved the Monkfish main and the Floating Island dessert. Would recommend!

    Ally J 5 months ago
  • Great little spot in Waterford. The venue is small and cosey. The wood, exposed brick and terracotta style colour combined with the dim lighting gives a warm vibe. The service are extremely friendly, knowledgable of the menu and can have a bit of banter. The dishes were well portioned, presented really well and tasted amazing. Extremely reasonably priced especially when compared with Dublin and the quality is just as good. Would recommend the monkfish and would definitely go back! Thanks again!

    Lee Rock a month ago
  • Everett's was the highlight of our stay in Waterford. The food was just amazing, everything we tried was so good (including the wine)! Fresh products & very good value for money!

    Taila Elbaz 11 months ago
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4.8 stars - based on 236 reviews
High Street Waterford, County Waterford X91 Y983

Opening Hours:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Wednesday: 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Thursday: 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Friday: 12:30 – 2:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Saturday: 12:30 – 2:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Sunday: Closed

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