Eat & Drink

By Lynn Kuehner Dublin’s Mansion House was almost unrecognisable on Wednesday night. Once in the door, one entered the world of Ghostbusters in New York City. The 1984 hit movie seemed real in the framework of the interactive Jameson Cult Film Club screening.   Burrell PR   What happened in this magical surrounding?...

Photos by Manon Gustave Dobbins Restaurant has been around for twenty-five years and has gone from strength to strength on the basis of it’s fantastic menu, atmosphere and service. The considerable space of the restaurant out in such a way that allows for large parties to take place, without sacrificing needed for...

By Manon Gustave Yesterday morning, when most of you were comfortably curled up on the couch, drinking a coffee, waiting for the sizzling rashers and the sausages cooking slowly in the oven, you were thinking that nothing or nobody could destroy this moment of perfect happiness. Then, the news broke: Processed meat...

By Manon Gustave From October 20 to 22 the Meeting of the Minds Convention took place in Richmond where are presented most of the innovation born from the creativity of brilliant spirits. During these two days, a Brewery company decided to conduct a blind test in order to present its beer made of...

By Gabriela Guedez Enjoying a cup of coffee is one of life’s simple pleasures, and to make it a great cup, there are four key elements that have to be considered. These are known by the experts as the 4M’s of espresso. Macinazione (Mill) All rights reserved  The grinder used to powder the coffee beans. It has to grind...

 By Richard Magnier The Rugby World Cup is currently in full swing in England, where twenty of the world’s established and most promising Rugby Union teams clash once again. Coincidentally, many of these countries have a history of wine and spirit production, providing the opportunity to sip on the national beverage...

 By Des Doyle With the opening of independent craft beer breweries in recent years, such as The 5 Lamps Brewery or J. W. Sweetman, the popularity of craft beer threatens in some ways to dethrone big-name brands of the beer industry, or at least take a large bite out of the market share. Running in tandem with the...

By Manon Gustave    Best Casual Dining Leinster Winner 2014-2015, Irish Restaurant Awards, recommended by Michelin Guide 2014-2015… The Foodworks has built a strong reputation in the cosy city of Kilkenny. Located in the heart of the Historical center, its food attracts tourists and locals for lunch and dinner and...

By Manon Gustave It is not difficult to explain the new popularity of Japanese food, the most fashionable of which is sushi. This specialty consists of rice, seaweed and raw fish (mostly) and has conquered the world in a short time. Much like the rest of the world Dublin has not escaped the invasion and the Irish...

Recently opened on Wellington Quay, The Liquor Rooms is a haven for classic cocktail lovers boasting a selection of some of Dublin’s finest libations. Open seven nights a week ‘til very late. Whether you’re in the mood for getting giddy, looking for a cure-all concoction or simply a lazy tipple, the cocktail menu...