The Dublin Edit: San Lorenzos Restaurant Review

Ever since it opened its doors in November of last year, San Lorenzo’s has been receiving rave reviews from critics and customers. The New York style Italian neighbours the funky 777 Mexican on South Great George’s Street and is the latest venture of Chef Patron Temple Garner, recipient of the Michelin Bib Gourmand (Red M) award while at the city’s Mermaid Café and co-owner of and founder of Town Bar and Grill from 2004-2009.  More…
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AUTUMN/WINTER EDIT

Dine in Dublin Back on the Menu

Start working up an appetite now, Dine in Dublin is rolling back into town from March 26th to April 1st. What is Dine in Dublin? The yummy initiative takes place twice a year (every March and October) with the intention of promoting Dublin city restaurants, while also encouraging the capital’s eateries to show off their unique menus. Restaurants offer special menus throughout the week including starters, main courses, desserts and tea or coffee and also…
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The Dublin Edit: 777 Restaurant Review

What’s this? 777 is the latest hipster-flavoured restaurant to hit the streets of Dublin’s newly crowned Creative Quarter. Those crazy peeps behind Dillinger’s and the Butcher Block in Ranelagh have exported  their brand of cool to South Great Georges Street in the shape of this casual Mexican restaurant and tequila bar. As ethnic restaurants go, Dublin has its fair share of sombrero and cactus eateries, sadly though for anyone who has tasted real Mexican cuisine,…
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The Dublin Edit: Happy St Patrick’s Day – Beer or Guinness?

Happy St Patrick’s Day from Dublin! As the four corners of the globe turn up their Irishness today,  the big question is… will you be raising a glass to celebrate Ireland’s national holiday with a beer or a Guinness?  Before you make up your mind, check out the surprising facts in the following infographic. The folks at GoIreland have done their homework on this one to find out which drink is healthier…who knew Guinness advertisers…
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The Dublin Edit: Dublin Street Art

Irish playwright and wit Oscar Wilde once said “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Fast- forward some 150 years to the streets of Dublin and his words still ring true. Times may be tough economically, but open your eyes and ears and you’ll feed your soul with art and music in the Irish capital… On Dublin’s South William Street a lost angel sits waiting. She forms one half…
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