Dine In Dublin Returns

Dine In Dublin Returns

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Dine in Dublin Returns this February

Dublin’s favourite food festival, Dine in Dublin, returns this February for the ninth year running. Taking place from Monday, 27th February to Sunday, 5th March, the capital will come alive with a feast of culinary experiences. Brought to you by DublinTown, Dine in Dublin sees some of the biggest names in the Dublin foodie scene offer unparalleled dining events over the course of seven flavour-filled days.

Over 70 of Dublin’s most renowned food and beverage businesses will participate in Dine in Dublin 2017, offering the very best of fresh local produce, cooked to perfection and served up in style. The 2017 line-up includes Dublin hot spots Pichet, Rustic Stone, Zaragoza, Woollen Mills, Fade Street Social, Carluccios, Brother Hubbard, Saba, Fallon & Byrne and Marco Pierre White, to name but a few. From once off menus and quirky pairings, to interactive elements and live entertainment, each participating restaurant will offer something truly unique and special to mark the festival. What’s not to love…quality festival experiences available from some of the city’s most loved eateries!

Speaking of this year’s festival, CEO of DublinTown, Richard Guiney said:Growing year on year, Dine in Dublin has established itself as an unmissable date in Dublin’s culinary calendar. For many Dubliners, as well as our visitors, it is an opportunity to sample the best cuisine that the city has to offer. Dublin’s restaurants continue to put themselves on the map for quality and variety, with 50% of Dubliners regularly choosing to visit the city to dine out. Each year, we see new and exciting restaurants open their doors, adding to the already exciting culinary mix the city has to offer. Areas such as the Creative Quarter, with its independent and unique businesses, and Dublin One, where contemporary and traditional establishments sit side by side, have emerged as the city’s key players on the foodie scene. Restaurants from these areas such as Coppinger Row and Le Bon Crubeen are really upping the culinary ante. This year’s festival is all about creating an unforgettable experience for the public, with each restaurant offering something truly unique, focussing not just on promotional prices, but rather a unique occasion that highlights what this great city has to offer. There is so much choice on offer from the participating restaurants; it is well worth a visit to www.dineindublin.ie to see what appeals to your taste.’

Research commissioned by DublinTown revealed that there is a vibrant hospitality offering in the city centre. Of those surveyed, 50% stated that they visited the City Centre to go to a restaurant, more than those who came to shop and more than those that came to visit a pub (however, it should be noted that many of the Dublin Pubs also serve quality food). Of those who said they visited the City to shop, 73% stated that they shop in the City Centre because there are great amenities such as restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, delis and entertainment etc. This figure rose to 86% among those who stated that they shopped more often in the city than in M50 shopping centres.

For more information and the latest news, including confirmed restaurants, activities and booking information, visit www.dineindublin.ie

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