Highlights Food and Drink
Food and Drink
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.
I’m sitting in a fake subway booth that has been inspired by Hong Kong, and has the feel of the set of Blade Runner. The tiny morsel of food in my mouth has left me speechless. It’s the texture of grainy fudge and its taste is overpoweringly intense. Time seems to slow down as my system tries to make sense of this overwhelming experience. I’m at Hang Dai on Camden Street and I’ve just eaten duck brain for the first time.
Sova has taken the lessons learned from the pop-up and applied them to his permanent home on Pleasants Street, a smart spot with a minimalist yet warm interior.
Juices from Green Beards, Meat from the Avoca Butcher, fabulously funky fermentation and the Dublin Chinese New Year heralds the year of the Rooster
The bar within a bar has emerged as an ultra niche micro-genre in Dublin
Kevin Roche and Taurean Coughlan opened Two Boys Brew in Phibsborough, inspired by the specialty coffee cultures they experienced on their travels. Taurean tells us about the Aussie influenced Brunch offerings that have been going down a storm and their aspirations to help further build on Dublin’s coffee culture.
The Japanese phrase “Ichi-go Ichi-e” (期一会) translates literally as “one time, one meeting”. For those who know Katie Sanderson and Takashi Miyazaki’s food, the idea of them collaborating is a tantalising one.
Nutritious brunch at Cocu, Winter Warmers at the Morrison, out of town dining at Morilles Bistro, dark chocolate apple thins from Lismore, and make your own at Listoke Gin School
There is no off-putting snobbery at Green Man Wines. It’s a beautiful, friendly shop and the staff throughout the evening are full of helpful suggestions.
Shiver me timbers, I’m in a boat!
Akin to a steampunk TGI Fridays with a sterilely insincere, suffocating ambience to match.
Co-founders Ray O’Hara and Kevin Johnstone developed Green Beards with one simple goal: to offer a delicious way of integrating plant-based health into a busy lifestyle.