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Food & Drink

Mexico to Rome

Set right in the heart of Temple Bar, across from the legendary Temple Bar Pub is the restaurant, Mexico to Rome, the Bandito’s Grill House. They serve up wonderful mouth watering Mexican dishes with a bit of a twist and there are also tasty European and Italian dishes available. On read more…

The Revolution

The Revolution is a local restaurant specialising in artisan stone baked pizza and craft beers. We are located just south of Dublin city in the village of Rathgar. We offer creative styles of food including pizzas, steak, tacos and more plus a vast selection of both local and international craft read more…

Our Table

Our Table is inspired by the lack of rights for those in the Direct Provision system to prepare their own food, which further strips them of their dignity in an already traumatic system.


Dublin Savoy

17 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin - (0818) 776 776


‎1hr 32min‎‎ - Rated G‎‎ - Animation/Family/Comedy‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:00‎  ‎16:15‎

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

‎1hr 58min‎‎ - Rated 12A‎‎ - Action/Adventure/Drama‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:30‎  ‎17:40‎  ‎20:20‎

The Girl on the Train

‎1hr 52min‎‎ - Rated 15A‎‎ - Suspense/Thriller‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:20‎  ‎17:20‎  ‎20:20‎



Escape Claws: An interview with Cate Le Bon

“There is an expectation of audience at the very genesis of making something. For me, getting away from that was really important.” We catch up with Cate Le Bon who, over the course of four albums has stretched to breaking point the assumed constraints of the singer-songwriter model.

Arts and Culture

Dublin Theatre Festival: Una McKevitt – Alien Documentary

Ahead of this year’s edition of the Dublin Theatre Festival, we talk to theatremaker Una McKevitt about exploring the normal in foreign settings.

Artsdesk: Willie Doherty – Loose Ends

Commissioned on the centenary of the Easter Rising as part of ‘Ireland 2016’, Willie Doherty’s Loose Ends takes as its subject dual visions of a city and a countryside marked by a violent history.

Artsdesk: Voices of Memory

The Gardens look like the tended ruins of an empire. The mist and the wind, the roses and the water lilies, the wilting flowers and the overgrown borders, the quietness and the uniformity, it’s easy to feel the fullness and emptiness of loss here.



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Linked Finance, the NEW way for Irish Businesses to raise between €5K – €100K OLIVIER VANDER ELST GreenAer What is GreenAer, and what sets it apart? We specialise in Smart Urban Transport Solutions, with an emphasis on Premium Electric Bicycles and Cargo Bikes. We offer the widest choice of e-bikes read more…

Garb: The 74 Francis Street Collective

On the far end of Francis Street, past the bushels of antique stores and the croons of BIMM, is number 74. Playing host to vintage clothing, gypsy wraps and flat whites, the Francis Street Collective differs slightly from its neighbours. But this nook on the corner is more than fitting for the so-called Antique Quarter. A step inside confirms that it can more than hold its own in terms of both relics and rock‘n’roll.