We are now open for sit in with a streamlined XMAS BRUNCH menu and are fully compliant with all HSE Guidelines on social distancing with our takeaway offering still available. You can pre-order food for collection through our flipdish above, click on 'order online',or over the phone for collection at the restaurant and we can have your food ready usually with 15 minutes or you are welcome to simply call by and order.
01 557 3282 to pre order from our ORDER ONLINE ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR REGULAR MENUS ARE STILL AVAILABLE TO VIEW TO GIVE YOU A FLAVOR OF WHAT WE WOULD BE AT UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES!!
We are open until 4 p.m for coffee, cakes & counter items but kitchen generally closes at around 3 p.m depending on trade
We humbly ask for your patience & understanding to changes in hours or an odd extra day off at this time as we do our best with constant rearrangements to facilitate regulations, staffing due to various covid payments and delays with deliveries.
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A huge thank you for your overwhelming support at this anxious and troubling time for us all, personally & professionally
- LOCATION -
145 Emmet Road, Inchicore
D8 - Dublin, Ireland
- CURRENT OPENING HOURS -
- TAKEAWAY COLLECTION -
Wed to Fri - 9am to 4pm
Sat & Sun - 10am to 4pm
01 557 3282
Riggers D.8 is a casual neighbourhood eatery on bustling Emmet Road, nestled between Inchicore and Kilmainham in the heart of Dublin 8.
Riggers D.8 is so-called after owner and chef Shane Rigney or Riggers to all but his parents. Shane started his food business, Riggers Recipes in 2013 providing catering solutions for at-home parties, small private functions and eventually contracting to other cafes and small restaurants. He sold a range of high-end ready meals, sauces and condiments through an online platform and through small grocers and establishments around the Dublin area until 2017. At the time taking things forward, scaling up and moving into the investment arena and larger-scale production didn’t feel like the right fit for what Rigs wanted his brand to become.