The Ivy Dawson Street will launch in the One Molesworth building this summer, marking the first overseas opening for the Richard Caring-owned spin-off brand.
Its all-day food offering will be overseen by Ivy Collection executive chef Sean Burbidge, previously of Gordon Ramsay’s Petrus, and head chef Nick Lentini. Dishes will range from locally-inspired plates such as Dublin Bay prawns and Dungarvan oysters, to shepherd’s pie; crispy duck salad; and a chocolate bombe.
The restaurant will seat 200 covers, including a 36-cover private dining room, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a 24-cover central onyx bar.
While the original The Ivy in Covent Garden may be notoriously difficult to get a table at, Ivy Dawson Street manager Jamie Belton says the Dublin brasserie will offer a "touch of glamour", while welcoming guests "anytime, whatever the occasion".
The Ivy launched 1917 and was bought by Caring alongside five sites in the Caprice Holdings group for more than £20m in 2005.
Its first spin-off Ivy Market Grill opened in Covent Garden at the end of 2014, followed less than five months later by a second in Chelsea.
The Ivy Collection now operates 27 sites nationwide, with more in the pipeline.