Dine in Dublin is a week-long gastronomic festival in the heart of Dublin city centre with renowned chefs and restaurants going all out to prepare special menus for the public. With over 50 restaurants taking part in the festival, it’s well worth visiting Dublin to take advantage of cut-price signature dishes by some of the city’s top chefs. The programme includes a series of free outdoor cooking demonstrations where you’ll be able to learn the secrets behind a host of culinary creations. The festival isn’t limited to food - you’ll find plenty of events which showcase the perfect wine to accompany your meals as well as the best in craft beer.
Dine in Dublin takes place over seven days towards the end of February 2017. Check the official website for the schedule of events during the festival and for details of how to book your places. If you’re planning to travel to the Irish capital for this exciting food festival, your nearest airport is Dublin International Airport. Once you land, find one of the airport shuttles buses, such as Airlink, Aircoach or Airport Hopper, to take you straight into the city centre. To help you to get from A to B in Dublin, check out the Transport for Ireland Journey Planner which gives you all of your transport options in one easy place.
Keep a close eye on the festival website for the release of the festival programme which includes a variety of events for the food-lover, including demonstrations, workshops, panel interviews with top chefs and, of course, plenty of extra-special menus and festival week discounts at participating restaurants. The festival menus are available on a strictly limited basis and so we would recommend booking your tables as early as possible. If you’d like to meet your favourite chef, you may get the perfect opportunity at one of the book signings which will be taking place around Dublin’s book shops.
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There are plenty of things to see and do in the Irish capital so make sure you leave enough time to have a good look around. Check out St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College and the stunning Cliffs of Moher. Take a day trip to Galway for some of the Emerald Isle’s best scenery.
To find out more information about this top gastronomic festival, please head to the official festival website where you’ll be able to check out a list of participating restaurants, see the menus on offer and find out what’s on the 2017 Dine in Dublin schedule.
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