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3 days to eat in Dublin

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by foodell 2 months ago

I would love to have one upscale dinner and maybe one upscale lunch that is uniquely Irish. California has lots of French, American, etc. Is there a fine restaurant with an Irish flavor? Can I g...

3 days in Dublin next week

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by foodell 1 month ago

I will have three dinner and lunches in Dublin next week. Recommendations? Ideally one or two will be upscale, one fish, one or two traditional Irish food. Traditional music ok, but not tour...

Looking to transfer a Tock reservation for Liath (formerly Heron & Grey, Michelin Star) in Dublin Sat Mar 30

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by shikomi 3 months ago

Long time lurker, first time poster! I am just writing to see if anyone might be interested in a booking for 2 people at Liath on Sat Mar 30 at 8:30pm in Dublin, Ireland? This is the restaurant for...

Sunday and Monday in Dublin

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by Travelingsusan 5 months ago

I know--many of the best places are closed. Any suggestions of places that are open. I know Pig's Ear is open on Monday--ate there last trip and liked it. Devastated that Greenhouse is closed bo...

Recs in Dublin and Galway? I like vegetables!

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by valadelphia 1 year ago

I'll be in Dublin and Galway next week. Any recommendations or good web resources? Looking for pubs where I can get good vegetarian food in particular, but will gratefully accept recommendations of...

Thursday early morning breakfast in Howth during layover?

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by NSL 8 months ago

My boyfriend and I have a 6 hour layover at the Dublin airport on our way to Lyon on a Thursday morning (approx 5:30 am - 11:30 am). It's probably too much to make it all the way into Dublin so I ...

Colcannon with seaweed?

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by travelerjjm 1 year ago

I recently read that in some parts of Ireland colcannon is made with seaweed instead of cabbage or kale. I don't know what type to use. Should I use wakame or something else? Thanks.

Dublin, Galway, Killarney

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by pulled pork 4 years ago

Hello all, Doing the driving tour of Ireland with 7 year old child. Looking for a few good restaurants. Not Michelin starred. A place for chef driven food but a will allow a well behaved chil...

One night in Galway, Ireland. Loam or Kai Cafe?

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by yimay 1 year ago

We’ll be staying one night in Galway and torn on where to have dinner. Loam or Kai Cafe?

I ate a Fade St. Social 3 times when I was in Dublin

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by kitbag 1 year ago

Obviously I liked it, and would recommend it to others visiting the city. As you might already know, there are two restaurants run by the same chef in the same building. One side focuses on grille...

Chowhound Locations Matching World Map Structure

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by The Chowhound Team 1 year ago

Last week, we launched a feature that allows you to add places to your Chowhound discussions—new and old—posted on Restaurants & Bars and Chain Restaurants worldwide on Desktop https://www.chowhoun...

Hosting an American Thanksgiving Dinner in Ireland

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by gris_caceres 1 year ago

I've heard that some food items common for preparing a traditional American Thanksgiving meal are not available in Ireland, such as canned pumpkin. I wanted to see if anyone has experience with pre...

Dublin, Ireland pubs

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by chocolatefancy 2 years ago

We are going to Dublin in September. Any recommendations for pubs that serve good food?

Dublin/Galway 2017 Best Food

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by freddukes 2 years ago

Just back from a few days in Dublin and a few in Galway/Aran Islands and wanted to share some thoughts on great places: DUBLIN: 1. Forest Avenue - very innovative food and a couple of nice pred...

Pub lunches a nice drive from Dublin?

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by elizabetheatsfood 5 years ago

My husband and I are going to be in Dublin for the holidays and I am looking for some places we could take his father for a nice drive outside the city for a great lunch. In the past we have been t...

Best tourist trap?

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by chuck98 2 years ago

Hi all, I'll be in Dublin for a day or two with some family and would like to find a dinner place that everyone will be happy with. On the one hand are the family who basically want to eat "irish ...

Are cows in Ireland raised in factory farms are they all free range?l

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by krissyafite 4 years ago

I know kerrigold brand dairy products are from free range grass fed cows, but is that the case with all cows used to sell dairy and beef in Ireland? When I went to ireland in the 90s dairy and beef...

Dining in Scotland (and Ireland) in May and June 2016

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by AGinNoCalif 2 years ago

Set forth below are our recollections of our impressions at a number of restaurants we visited during our recent (May and June 2016) trip to Scotland (and two experiences in Dublin, Ireland). As I ...