Taste of Dublin Returns to Full Capacity

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The popular food festival Taste of Dublin returns to full capacity in Iveagh Gardens, Dublin 16 – 19 June. There will be an eclectic mix of well-known Irish chefs, artisan food innovators and culinary inspired experiences. 

Taste of Dublin Returns to Full Capacity

The popular NEFF Taste Kitchen, celebrating the ‘Best of Irish’ will once again see a host of well-known chefs such as Rory O’Connell; Jordan Bailey; JP McMahon; Erica Drum and Derry Clarke share their food inspiration and top tips to create a truly memorable culinary masterpiece. 

Fairtrade Ireland will return this year as Taste of Dublin’s non-profit partner with the aim of further highlighting the importance of fair and equitable trade with developing countries. 

A number of new and exciting restaurants will attend the event for the first time this year. These include the popular Limerick based The Salt Project and Co. Clare’s Julia’s Lobster Truck.  

From Belfast, Bia Rebel will also make its Taste of Dublin debut with Dublin’s Chimac and Hakkahan. Inspired by the latest food trends, the event will also play host to a melting pot of unique international and Irish artisan producers. They include Edizemi Onilenla, the creator of Nigerian food brand Mama Shee and Theresa Roche, producer of Galway’s acclaimed Kylemore Farmhouse Cheeses. 

The Schweppe’s Cocktail Bar will also be back with cocktail masterclasses, sharing insights around the latest national and international trends. 

Fashionistas among the visitors can savour the style delights of the event as part of the Dyson Style afternoon (Friday). Dyson Global Styling Ambassador, Dylan Bradshaw, will select the most stylish lady and gentleman on the day. 

This year, the mix of entertainment and musical artists such as Smash Hits; The Swing Cats and Spring Break, ensuring the infectious summer festival feeling that is so synonymous with Taste of Dublin. 

Jo Mathews, CEO, Taste of Dublin commented: This year, we are delighted to bring back the event bigger and better than ever. It has been a challenging two years, and it really is wonderful to celebrate the event being back to full capacity. 

Ticket pricing (excluding booking fee): Standard entry €15. The Compass Ireland VIP Garden Pass costs from €51 and includes a complimentary drink, guaranteed seating and fast track entry. For further information or to purchase tickets visit here.

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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