Highlights Food and Drink
Food and Drink
FEED is a new lunchtime venture that prepares hearty, seasonal lunch-boxes for daily delivery to Dublin’s offices, while also helping to provide meals for some of the world’s poorest children. Founder Shane Ryan talks to us about the importance of the triple bottom line at FEED.
Pontification aside, the transformation that has happened within Bow Lane is striking, and they have done a classy job on it.
Flash Harry’s occupies a peculiar space between the past and the present. In terms of décor, ambiance and the cold hard facts in front of our eyes, what we have here is a burger restaurant with a cocktail list, as opposed to a bar with a sideline in gourmet grub.
We meet sisters Deboragh and Nicola Hughes who run Sutton’s Minetta Deli – and discuss plans for Minetta 2.
Wholesome ideas for eating well while saving money, tasting trails, trends in eating out, donuts, cooking classes and more, all in January’s Bitesize.
Angelina’s is a crowd pleaser. This meal was an exercise in excellent service.
‘Once their service settles and catches up with the food, we have the makings of a seriously special neighbourhood restaurant’. We pay a visit to Bastible.
The Jar has hardly shattered the homogeneity of New Dublin Bar style, but it’s pizza-power may give it a vital extra push.
It remains to be seen what sort of appetite exists in Dublin for embedding oneself in an uneasy landscape of postcard anachronism to enjoy a high quality, innovative drinks menu, but if the Chelsea Drugstore’s looking backwards is a somewhat tired schtick, it’s more Coen brothers than Baz Luhrmann in its skirting around sheer bombast.