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200 Reasons Not To Leave Dublin

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The Irish are a nation of emigrants. After a brief respite, we're back to boats and planes as vehicles for careers and lives. But Dublin's still a great place to live, regardless of how small it m...read more
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Food & Drink Features

Soundbite: Clonakilty Brewing Company

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.

 

Soundbite: Kevin Roche and Taurean Coughlan: Two Boys Brew

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.

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.

Ralph Rolle: The Soul Snacks Cookie Company

Best known as a drummer with musicians such as Nile Rodgers of Chic, Ralph Rolle is also the founder of the Soul Snacks Cookie Company in New York. We caught up with him on a recent visit to Dublin where he baked cookies and told us of plans to bring his unique brand of soul food to Dublin.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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