Highlights Food and Drink
Food and Drink
Moro evokes the laid-back cool of modern Marrakech and succeeds in its mission to deliver the flavours of North Africa in an affordable, casual yet chic package.
We talk to Dubliner Lisa Tonge and Norwegian Frank R. Fredriksen (aka Thirsty Frank) about the Norwegian influenced brews they’re developing at their innovative Clonakilty based micro-brewery, and plans to become known for working with good quality food.
Assassination Custard, like the writers who inspired its name, is one of those rare things: a true original.
With only a few weeks left before the doors finally close, it seems like the most pertinent move would be to drop in for a quiet one, two or three before the spirit is gone for good.
New York style pizzas and cool industrial design, Mr Steve McCarthy’s Jameson bottle, Ray O’Neill takes over at the helm of The Cake Cafe and Slice, Dublin Bay Pawn Fest and sleek new interiors at a Western stalwart.
Street 66 is divided into two distinct areas; a wholly unremarkable, leather booth lined hindquarters functioning as a “Disco Lounge” and a more laid back “Dive Bar” up at the front
Ember is a welcome addition to the line of casual bistro with fine-dining influences that we’ve seen populating the suburbs in the last couple of years.
If Lobstar on a busy Thursday night is anything to go by, it appears that Monkstown’s appetite can indeed stretch to make room for another restaurant.
A cosy single room, featuring a side area with a barber’s chair for those wishing to indulge the crossover, the crowd mixes auld lads, suits, and a healthy smattering of Stoneybatter and (Grangegorman) transplants.
Situated next door to the considerably more popular Smyth’s; Humphrey’s, for better or for worse, seems set to forever be discussed through the lens of what it is not.
The country’s first ever gin school recently opened at Listoke Estate outside Drogheda. Co-founder Raymond Gogan tells us about the unique experience on offer and the family’s longstanding connection with the world of Irish distilling.
Feb Bitesize: Deli takeaway Fat Fox, Valentine dining at the Dylan, Dine in Dublin food fest and pre-demo sustenance at Lily’s Café.
Roddy Doyle Facebook posts unfurling in real time. If it’s a quiet one you’re after, you could do much, much worse.
Wine importer Enrico Fantasia, formerly of Sheridan’s Cheesemongers, joined forces with Thibaud Harang to relaunch La Dolce Vita as Piglet in the summer of 2016.
While by no means a hugely remarkable pub just yet, the Jug is indicative of the changing face of this part of the Liberties.
At Mr Fox, you’ll find an exciting, accessible menu served by a great team.
We caught up with chef Emilia Rowan recently to talk about healthy eatery Cocu and to learn more about plans to expand their catering menu and launch exciting new pop-ups at two of their locations.
I’ve been assured by relations of the correct vintage that the doorway does indeed function as a wormhole to the oft-eulogised days of yore.