Category: Eat Locally

Le Perroquet, Leeson Street Upper, Dublin

In the upmarket south Dublin City, Le Perroquet is a charming restaurant and cocktail bar serving a contemporary fusion of French and Irish-inspired dishes. Offering exceptional value, set menus, new á la...

Eat Locally: The Tannery, Waterford

Since Paul and Máire Flynn opened The Tannery in 1997, it has become one of the most original and welcoming experiences in Irish food. Its Waterford produce, changing menus and mouth-watering focus...

Eat Locally: Fish Shack, Malahide

If you're out and about in Dublin this week, stop off for a meal by the sea at Fish Shack in Malahide. With a menu full of flavours and colourful dishes made...

Eat Locally: Out of the Blue, Dingle

Out of the Blue started out in 2001 as a small fish and seafood delicatessen, created by seafood enthusiast Tim Mason. For years it was kept on the down-low, tucked away in...

Eat Locally: The Pantry and Corkscrew, Westport, Co. Mayo

The Pantry and Corkscrew were set up in 2010 by husband and wife team Dermott Flynn and Janice O’Rourke. Janice manages the front of house while Dermott manages the kitchen but is also...

Eat Locally: The Old Town Whiskey Bar at Bodega, Cork

The Old Town Whiskey Bar at Bodega – the grand dame in Cork’s Old Town, Ireland’s largest whiskey bar housed in one of the countries most beautiful buildings. Award-winning food served 7...

Eat Locally: Coal, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

Coal is Blackrock's neighbourhood restaurant located in the heart of Blackrock village and specialises in char-grilled steaks, fresh fish and locally sourced produce. Coal is at the heart of the cooking style, giving...

Eat Locally: All Bar Chicken, Stoneybatter

Whether you are a wingman looking for love at first bite or a cheeky chick looking for some juicy cocktails All Bar Chicken has it all. From bang on the beach cocktails,...
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