Posts Tagged ‘Dun Laoghaire’

With Dublin being such a hive of activity with offerings of everything from the weird to wonderful, it can be difficult to plan the perfect date with so much to choose from so we’ve put together a few ideas that might take the pressure off!   Take a cookery class Why not spice things up, pardon the pun by bringing your...

Ahead of their second studio release, ‘A Year in Disappear’,  scheduled for later in 2016, the Viking Project bring their blend of harmony driven folk rock to the cosy surrounds of Whelan’s upstairs venue on Saturday  May 7th. They will be showcasing some brand new material and are joined by special guests, Arbours....

Words by Mark Keane / Photos by Manon Gustave We sat down with Galway Bay Brewery Operations Manager Andy Byrne to discuss the opening of their new bar Beer Traders in Dun Laoghaire, the launch of their 10% Teeling Whiskey barrel aged Imperial Stout on March 3rd in The Gasworks, and the breweries future.   What made...

By Manon Gustave What an incredible December! We are buried by work here at Menupages as the Irish food scene is so active. We always find the time to pick you the tastiest morsels of weekly news. Here are our Bite-sized news of the week!  A few restaurants closed this November for a lack of property! All rights...

 By Mark Keane From the former premises of the Yes Equality Dun Laoghaire headquarters, comes an aspiring new cafe serving organic and fair-trade coffee, called Curious Monkey Coffee Co. It’s the brainchild of Evan and Carai, two food loving baristas who felt George’s Street in Dun Laoghaire could do with some of...

My first food memory? Rolled up homemade pancakes filled with jam that we ate with our hands. I think the memory comes from a photograph; myself and my twin sister were very young, and had to be propped up against the wall to eat the pancakes. Best local area for restaurants? I live in Dublin 8, but I tend to end up...