Ireland's Ancient Feast

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Bookings must be made online by 3pm on the day of Irelands Ancient Feast - otherwise bookings cannot be guaranteed - please call +353 51 583000 for further enquires 

In The Heart Of Waterfords Viking Triangle, Experience A Fun And Entertaining Journey Through 1100 Years Of Irish History Over A Locally-Sourced 3 Course Sumptuous Meal Based On Traditional Ingredients, As Our Resident Storyteller Invites You To Toast Key Historic Events & Characters In Waterford Crystal Glasses.

The Reg’s resident historian and storyteller invites you to join him for dinner in the Reg where you will experience a journey through 1100 years of Waterfords history . Our Chefs have created a menu representative of Waterford’s unique past but chosen from the best local seafood, meats and local artisan producers.

The Dinner is part history, part song, part anecdote all intertwined with a bit of tonque in cheek humour where our storyteller will try to personalise each Dinner to some of the nationalities and ancestry of our guests .

Our Chefs have created a fine dining menu from Waterford’s unique past using the best traditional seafood, meats, vegetables, honey and famous “Blaa” bread, but with a modern twist.

This is the exact location where the Vikings arrived in Waterford and established the first Irish city in 914 AD. At Irelands Ancient Feast, you will discover who were the only foe the mighty Viking warriors were unable to vanquish - their new Irish wives .

For those fortunate enough to marry an Irish woman, you will know what happened next ! They married the Vikings and immediately set about changing them forever.

The Reg – the Perfect Setting to Touch, Taste and Toast History

Discover how the Waterford marriage of the Norman Knight Strongbow and daughter of the King of Leinster, Aoife, was to change Irish history forever, and how the charity of the Waterford Quakers was to inspire the creation of the Irish Triclour and its unveiling in front of the Reg in 1848, while Famine Ships left the Quays 100 meters away .

We hope that, in the heart of Irelands Oldest City, you join us as we toast “Slainte” or Good health in true Waterford style – in a genuine Waterford Crystal Glass .

Irelands Ancient Feast is on

May to October -  Every Tuesday & Thursday at 7.15pm

Lunchtime options for groups is available, please contact +35351 583000

The Reg - 2 The Mall, Waterford, Ireland