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Pan Seared Hake with a chorizo crust, crushed potato, cocoa bean puree, chorizo and cocoa bean emulsion. Pierre is a French chef who learned his trade in the South-West of France. His passion for creating inspiring dishes and keeping up to date with the latest cooking trends, as well as imputing his own ideas, is...

Clontarf’s Vikings Steakhouse have just announced the launch of their exciting new dining concept, and it’s a one-way ticket to a meat lover’s paradise. The Viking Meat Feast is a carnivore’s dream, in which parties of 12 – 18 will feast on more meat than the average Norseman could shake his spear at: think thick and...

From the 18th– 20th November, over 20,000 food and drink lovers will have the chance to sample some of Irelands finest artisan produce, at Bite 2016. Bite 2016, the 2nd annual food and drink fair, will see some of Irelands most renowned artisan food and drink producers showcasing their wares at the RDS later this...

Discover that there’s more to the Burren than just rocks and school trips at the 2016 Burren Food Fayre. The October bank holiday weekend will see the 5th annual Burren Food Fayre, set against the stunning backdrop of the County Clare countryside, showcasing the culinary heritage of the region. Long renowned for its...

  Have you been staring in confusion at the hordes of youngsters in Lederhosen who seem to have descended on our fair city in recent days? Before you put it down to the latest incarnation of the hipster, let me remind you that the greatest festival known to humanity, Oktoberfest, the organised worship of beer and...

Do you know your Disco from your Doo-Wop? How about your Rap from your Ragtime? Or do you think that Bluegrass is interchangeable with lemongrass? Either way, if you want to explore the musical peaks and valleys of the good ‘ol US of A, then Leeson Streets East Side Tavern is just the place to do that. Starting...

The Smithfield & Stoneybatter Food In the City Festival is back for another round of food and drink, street performances and great music in the heart of Dublin’s historic foodie district.   The second annual Smithfield & Stoneybatter Food In the City Festival is set to take place on Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday...

By Charlotte Okonji The success of the recent celebration of all things veggie at Dublin’s VegFest, shows that not only are more and more people embracing a vegan lifestyle, but that choosing the veggie path doesn’t have to mean a strict diet of watercress and boiled spuds. Confirmed vegans, the newly converted, and...

  Fancy a dining experience like no other? From the 6th to the 13th November, The National Council for the Blind and the Restaurants Association of Ireland will play host to an estimated 8,000 blindfolded diners in more than 200 restaurants across the country. With all funds raised going to the NCB, this promises to...

Irish soccer legends Phil Babb and Jason McAteer cut the ribbon and welcomed guests in to Dublin’s newest interactive sports bar, with General Manager Patrick Kenny. By Charlotte Okonji Temple Bar’s old reliable Buskers is back with a unique new look: sophisticated man cave, taking the Boys Night Out from sloppy to...