Logo name authorBy Mark Keane

The Meeting House in Temple Bar has been offering something different into Dublin’s dining scene with their Burmese style dishes and world class cocktails. The team are injecting even more flair and creativity this month with the addition of a series of live music acts, keeping with their ethos of encouraging local artistic talent. What should one expect when visiting The Meeting House in March?

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Every weekend there will be a mix of up and coming bands, with the likes of Max and Esosa, a Nigerian/Bavarian duo who play funk and soul as well as Gin N’ Juice a quartet that play old school hip hop, jazz and dance classics showcasing their talents this month. The Meeting House knows how important the social aspect of eating out is and that by having the best, young talent playing in their venue it reinforces their motto of Eat. Drink. Art. Music.

With new acts constantly being added to The Meeting House’s roster, it’s the perfect place to relax with an Old Fashioned, a glazed pork belly bao and some amazing live music.



For more information about their live music events, cocktails and Burmese food, follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or visit their website.


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