Dining on a budget?

Edit  / 

For the announcement of the 2018 budget yesterday, we’ve come up with a few cost effect ideas of our own. So whether the Budget ’18 has you pinching your pennies or just causing you to comfort eat menupages has you covered!

 

Le Bon Crubeen

81-82 Talbot St, North City, Dublin 1

le bon crubeen-talbot street-dublin 1-dublin-ireland-dine in dublin-cheap eats

This cosy little slice of France is the perfect location to escape your tax increment and stamp duty woes, located on Talbot street they’re just a stones throw away from the busy city centre. Right now they are offering, a 3 course menu for 2 with a bottle of wine included for only €70.

C’est fantasique non?

To find out more on this, click here

 

McGettigan’s Restaurant

78 Queen St, Arran Quay, Dublin, Smithfield, Dublin 7

Pizza-wine-mcgettigans restaurant-restaurants-dublin-dine in dublin

With the price of alcohol narrowly escaping the clutches of the budget, what better way to celebrate than with pizza and wine (the perfect marriage!) McGettigan’s are offering a complimentary Glass of Wine with every pizza ordered from Monday to Friday (a little incentive to get you through the week), and a complimentary Tea or Coffee with sandwiches ordered before 5pm. This offer extends to the entire month of October.

To avail of this offer, click here

 

Boulevard Cafe

27 Exchequer St, Dublin 2

boulevard

The Boulevard Cafe’s early bird menu offer of 2 courses for €20.95 or 3 for €25 (which includes tea or coffee) available anytime from Sunday to Thursday will make you forget all about the sugar tax and increase to the price of cigarettes! sweaty

To avail of this offer, click here

Related Posts

Founded in 2002, Salamanca Tapas Bar & Restaurant was one of the first tapas bars in Ireland and...

You’ll Need: 2 spring onions 1 can tomato paste 1 jalapeño chile 4 slice peeled ginger 2 clove...

Who can resist those big puppy dog eyes and that waging tail begging your for just a little morsel...