Bitesize: Taste of Dublin 2021


Posted 4 weeks ago in Food & Drink Features

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As the city emerges from lockdown life, festival-going too returns with ‘safety first’ as the overriding priority. The first week of September sees a revamped Taste of Dublin factoring in additional sessions with reduced capacities, designed to ensure that the event takes place in a safe environment.

Reconfigured logistics cater for pods of four to six people, with twelve separate sessions of three to five hours available to book in advance.

The festival programme maintains its traditional focus on signature restaurant dishes, masterclasses, demonstrations and tasting workshops, with chefs Shane Smith, Holly Dalton, Nico Reynolds, Aoife Noonan and Niall Sabongi amongst the culinary experts sharing the secrets of their craft.

The event also hosts an artisan marketplace in the spacious surroundings of the Iveagh Gardens, with products from Our Table, Carlow Brewing, East Coast Bakehouse and more.

Iveagh Gardens Dubin, Sept 1st – 5th. For Tickets and booking details see tastefestivals.com

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