Archive for: October, 2017

To celebrate the final week of Dublin’s Theatre Festival we’ve put together a helpful guide to our favourite pre-theatre menus and nearby shows to help you on your way to perfecting your theatre festival outings! Sure, you may as well go all out for the week that’s in it!   Bang 11 Merrion Row, Dublin 2. 1 course...

Ireland’s first ever ‘cat lounge’ is set to open in Smithfield later on today. The idea, which originated in Japan and is now catching on around the globe. The Dublin establishment is giving cat lovers the opportunity to book a 90-minute session where they can play and interact with lots of adorable kittens and...

Hosting a dinner party is stressful enough as it is without having to worry about where to find the right music. Luckily, we’ve put together this list of the best dinner party playlists for every kind of occasion. Whether it’s a relaxing classical contemporary jazz soundtrack that you’re after or an upbeat light guitar...

So, you’ve finally mustered up the courage to ask out that guy you fancy… Or maybe you have a tinder date this weekend with and you’re stuck for a good place to meet them. Whatever the situation, we have this brilliant list of great bars, pubs and clubs to make your awkward first date a little less awkward. We’ve taken...

If food is good for the soul, then coffee is good for pretty much everything else and the two together = Bliss! These cafes put Starbucks to shame and are fighting the good fight in providing some of the best coffee & lunch options that Dublin has to offer!   Northside Phibsboro: Two boys...

While I’m almost sure that most millennial food trends have stemmed from how Instagrammable your dish is, you can’t deny that some of these trends really do look delicious. From sugary treats like rainbow bagels to the hearty Buddha bowl, some believe these trends to be imaginative, others believe that they’re...

Let your taste buds be transported to Madrid as the Instituto Cervantes introduce two new Spanish cuisine workshops where culinary expert Blanca Valencia guides you through: Spanish​ ​Food​ ​in​ ​the​ ​21st​ ​Century: starring Ibérico ham & Spanish Cheeses The Instituto Cervantes are hosting two mouth-watering...

Executive head chef, sommelier, maître d’ and proprietor Vincenzo Incendiary of Da Vincenzo’s Food & Wine hall Co. Limerick is a man of many talents as his lengthy title would suggest but is so much more. Hailing from Pompeii, Naples in the South of Italy Vincenzo was born with a native love and appreciation for good...

There are several ways to eat healthy, but most experts would agree that sweets, chips, beer, and bacon are not one of them. Belgium’s new food pyramid has essentially kicked those items out of the triangle out right to really emphasise that they should not be part of our regular daily diet, while championing whole...

Located just a short drive from Ireland’s scenic west coast, Co. Roscommon, Kilronan Castle is the perfect place for a weekend of romance, a break from the kids or a relaxing girls night away and we’re about to tell you why… Stunning Surroundings   Explore the castle grounds and immerse yourself in its tranquil...