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Food & Drink

Dining Guide: Pacino’s

Pacino’s serves real authentic Italian food. Our Italian Chef Patron Luca Mazza has devised a menu that food critic Paolo Tullio awarded ten out of ten. Our food is made from locally sourced ingredients.

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…


Cinema Review: Certain Women

Based on the short stories of Maile Meloy, Certain Women consists of three distinct narratives linked by a central theme — strong women operating in a male-dominated world — and a deep rural Montana setting.



Arts and Culture

Letter Love: Holly Pereira – Hyper Pictures

We caught up with illustrator, animator and signwriter Holly Pereira ahead of her appearance at RHA Hennessy Lost Fridays to discuss illustration, her love of big letters and the creatives that most inspire her.

Artsdesk: Having a Kiki

“Connecting with other queer voices can create a space of self reflection and affirmation”. Visual artist and educator Emma Haugh talks to us about Having a Kiki: Queer Desire and Public Space, the latest book to be published by Berlin and Dublin-based Paper Visual Art.



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Get Your Game On At The Fitzwilliam Gaming Festival 2017!

To coincide with St Patrick’s week of celebrations this year the Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club hosts the first gaming event of its kind in Ireland as players pit their skills against the dealers and the house over four days from March 16th to March 19th.

Garb: Kiki Na Art

With artistic origins, six years in Vietnam and the solo establishment of an independent business under her belt, when it comes to Dublin’s creative scene, Kiki Na Art has arrived.