Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’

 By Mark Keane It’s no surprise that the rise of Dublin’s Silicon Dock has resulted in the area becoming one of Dublin’s most prominent places for great food, a perfectly made espresso, and a refreshing cocktail or craft beer. For the non-techies who don’t know their Airbnb from their Accenture, Silicon Dock refers to...

By Lynn Kuehner New year, new places to travel to! As you may already be planning where you to go to in 2016, always make sure that your get to know the local cuisines. Hamburg in northern Germany has delicious specialities – often including fish, as the Hanseatic city is located on the Elbe river and close to North...

By Manon Gustave “Oh Come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant, come ye, oh co-o-o-me ye to… Dublin.” It is most definitely Christmas time, there is time to enjoy fun, family, snow ( for the lucky ones), presents … And especially food! The youngsters are looking forward to the Christmas morning with gifts under the...

By Lynn Kuehner Short before Halloween, the City of Dublin is going to be a dark, dangerous and deadly place where no one is safe but everyone in big fear. The reason? Dracula. The fourth annual Bram Stoker Festival is on from 23rd to 26th October. Numerous events will take place all over the city, including a...

By Lynn Kuehner From Tuesday 17th September to Saturday 4th October, Georges Dock in the IFSC Docklands was the place to be for everyone who likes German beer and food – and for anyone who just wanted to have a good time. Starting at 12 p.m. every day Bratwurst, Leberkäs, Pretzels and Schmalzkuchen were served as well...