Dine in Dublin is back this month, with the 10th edition offering diners a selection of culinary delights from top tier restaurants at great prices.

The 10th Dine in Dublin food festival is being celebrated by more than 50 restaurants in the city including Saba, San Lorenzo’s, Pichet, Salamanca, The Blackboard Bistro, 101 Talbot, Brasserie Sixty6, Fallon & Byrne, 37 Dawson Street and the new Wine Cave by KC Peaches.

Specially designed menus are serving up gourmet treats from breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner and with so many eateries involved there’s something to suit every budget and every taste.

Some highlights of the event include Georges Street’s Brasserie Sixty6’s four-course menu for €30, which includes a €10 voucher to spend on your next visit; The Kitchen on South Anne Street is offering a free Pink Lady cocktail for diners who avail of the Dine in Dublin Menu on Monday 24th, Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th; Georges Street’s San Lorenzo’s are offering diners who avail of their special menu 10% off their next meal and The Blackboard Bistro in Clare Street is offering 50% off wine by the bottle with the Dine in Dublin menu on the Tuesday and Wednesday of the event. Nick Munier’s Pichet, Trinity Street, is offering a six course tasting menu at €45 per person – just reading it will make your mouth water.

Dine in Dublin food festival 2014

The food festival will also feature a pop up outdoor food pavilion on Grafton Street, with free live demonstrations, by a selection of well-known chefs and restaurant, from 12pm to 5pm on Monday 24th, Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th February. Dine in Dublin is also partnering with Easons, O’ Connell Street who will be offering discounts of up to 20% on selected Irish recipe books over the course of the week.

It’s the fifth year of the festival which has grown each year. The aim of Dine in Dublin is to promote the city’s incredible and thriving restaurant scene. We’ve heard going out is the new staying in. So, eat, drink and be merry because with special menus, great prices and special offers this is certainly one of the best weeks for dining out in Dublin.


For more information, a list of participating restaurants and booking information visit the official festival website. For up to the minute news, competitions and demonstrations their Twitter feed @dineindublin. There is also an instagram competition running with the hashtag #dineindublin to win restaurant vouchers.  

All images courtesy Dine in Dublin, lead image © Conor Healy Photography




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