Ireland’s wonderfully exciting capital city is a place of history, culture, art and music. Some of the best restaurants in Dublin have been awarded the prestigious Michelin Star. As such, requiring advance bookings, so you can just sit back and relax with a pre-dinner drink in the historic local bars.
As an alternative to visiting the Guinness Storehouse, why not book one of our Rascals Brewery tours in Dublin instead? Although, that’s not to say you can’t do both or combine your brewery tour with another food and drink experience during your visit.
While visiting the Irish capital, here are some ideas for traditional food to experience in Dublin during your stay. All of which have been passed down generations, yet remain at the very heart of authentic Irish cuisine.
The typical foodie will go that extra step to discover new ideas, embracing a wide variety of food cultures and international cuisines. Many people enjoy fine dining, the occasional takeaway and fancy themselves as a bit of a home cook. However, mealtimes for a foodie is much more than breakfast, lunch and dinner.
With so many collaborations, small batches and limited-edition releases, it’s difficult to keep track of all the new craft beers are launching this year!
Especially given the growing popularity of the market place, along with an increase in micro-breweries. Then, of course, there’s understanding when craft beer is just another pint of ale and when it’s something that little more special.
When it comes to vegan alcoholic drinks, there’s actually a far greater choice than people may first realise. What’s more, a lot of popular vegan alcoholic drinks are already among the more common brands. Although that’s not to say you shouldn’t still be careful and always check the label first.