The Irish Food Trail Experience is Dublin’s No.1 Food Tour, this is the perfect way to see the Irish Culture. Not only is it a fun and exciting walking tour of Dublin City but allows you to explore Dublin’s hidden restaurants. What better way to experience Dublin than getting to try local produce and traditional Irish dishes? In the company of a local tour guide, this informative tour is an experience to remember from your visit to Dublin![Read more…] about Irish Food Trail Experience Dublin
Afternoon tea that’s as pretty as a picture!
Five Star Foodie Experience in the Merrion Hotel
Who knew back in 1840 when the Duchess of Bedford asked for something to eat between lunch and dinner that an institution would be born! This is how Afternoon Tea came to be.
Nowadays Afternoon tea is an extremely popular activity worldwide, sometimes called Devon Tea, High Tea or Devonshire Tea. Due to its increasing popularity there are no shortage of places in Dublin offering this exquisite luxurious treat.
One of the best has to be Dublin’s 5* Merrion Hotel.
Dublin in 60 Seconds. At Tapas Trail we #LoveDublin It’s always better to show than tell, which is why www.visitdublin.com collected 60 snapshots of the best things to do, see and experience in Dublin. We’ve captured one second of each of them to tell you the story of what Dublin is all about in one minute.
While you’re in Dublin, it’s unlikely you’ll escape the draw of our infamous nightlife. From heaving bars and clubs to quaint old-style pubs; high-end culinary delights to tasty food on the go; street performers and buskers to seated harmonics and theatre shows, the Dublin music scene has it all! Music lovers are spoilt for choice with gigs a plenty, try Sin É on a Sunday night for folk and blues, the National Concert Hall for some class, Vicar Street for the biggest names in an intimate setting and Whelan’s for an indie boogie any night of the week.
Avid theatre-goers should pay a visit to the stages of the Abbey Theatre and the Gate Theatre to watch the finest Irish acting talent in action. Foodies won’t be disappointed with Dublin restaurants like the Rustic Stone, The Lotts, Gallaghers Boxty House and The Church (and many, many more) serving up some serious grub to ensure you’re set for the night. Craft beer aficionados can jump for joy in bars like Brewdock, Against the Grain and the Black Sheep. So, get out there and explore Dublin at night – there are so many options for the first time visitor in Dublin, you’ll find you just have to make a second trip!