From spectacular illuminations to candlelit tales, Herstory places many of Ireland’s forgotten women and their lives front and centre. Check out our five picks of the weekend, including details of a campaign to make Brigid’s Day a national holiday.
The perfect vantage point to witness food artistry in motion.
From humble dumpling parcels to traditional Chinese banquets, this month sees a feast of Sino-Hibernian fusion to celebrate Dublin’s Chinese New Year.
“It’s not just about a great haircut, it’s about giving you an experience and allowing you the time to feel good about yourself.” We grab a cuppa and talk to Emmett Byrne about the Japanese-inspired approach he’s taken at Butcher Otoko.
Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann brings its annual medley of trad fusion to the medieval town of Drogheda this week, and Dubliners are encouraged to make the short journey north to sample the atmosphere, food and drink.
In our experience the worst of the bleak midwinter is best ameliorated by marching into town at least once during the Season for a restorative beverage with some old pals in some of these quality Dublin establishments.
We catch up with former Irish Barista Champion Niall Wynn to get an inside perspective on the secrets of a good brew and to learn more about the business he runs in Smithfield with wife Ali.
Our national penchant for nourishing our inner Gatsby continues unabated.
Aisling Rogerson tells us more about the core elements of this year’s programme, the inclusion of four weekly markets and what currently inspires her about food and drink in Ireland.
Home to both a café and a bakery specializing in fermented, organic produce, the premises at 41 Pearse Street has been packing them in since first opening last month.
We stopped by for a gander at Print, Protest and the Polls, a few weeks back and enjoyed the added bonus of Sunday brunch at Press Café.
Packing for the Picnic? We’re odds on to be getting lost in music and busting some moves before heading back to Granny’s before lights out. Bring it!
The curiously seasonal summer of 2018 continues to inspire some innovative responses from the city’s culinarians.
Beady-eyed foodies will have noticed the recent arrival of Loose Canon, an enticing new artisan cheese and natural wine spot which opened its doors last month.
Sure who doesn’t love an aul’ feed of chips?
Cheesy newcomer Meltdown first popped up three months ago and the good news is it’s here to stay.
Rachel Nolan talks to us about using simple wholefood ingredients to create imaginative and surprisingly indulgent plant-based ice cream and chocolate treats.
Entrepreneur Peter McCloskey talks to us about Collar of Gold, an innovative Irish oil finding favour in the kitchens of some of Dublin’s best-known restaurants.