Five Points, Harold’s Cross

Every once in a while somewhere opens in Dublin that absolutely everyone is raving about…. enter Five Points in Harold’s Cross as the latest case in point. I would be highly surprised if you haven’t yet heard of them or … Continue reading

Craft, Harold’s Cross

I had to rack my brains to think where this new-ish spot in Harold’s Cross was when I heard of it’s opening. Countless bus trips passing through on my way to town has given me some familiarity with Harold’s Cross … Continue reading

Brunch at The Greenery, Portobello

Ahhh… it seems that Summer may finally be on the way! Well, I may be slightly optimistic there but we’ve got a forecast for some warm weather this week anyway so we’ll be grateful for that much πŸ™‚ If you … Continue reading

Angelina’s, Dublin

So you know how they say Summer bodies are made in the Winter… that’s a scary thought for me right now! I’ve been eating out LOTS over the last few months, often to old faves hence the lack of new … Continue reading

Eden Bar & Grill, South William Street

January isn’t the best month to have a birthday I have to say… patiently (or impatiently!) awaiting payday and feeling the effects of too much food and drink over the Christmas hols. This year, instead of the usual birthday dinner … Continue reading

Sister Sadie, Harrington Street

I’ve always wanted to work in town… the after work shopping trips and drinks and the huge choice for lunch and dinner – all the stuff you don’t get when you work in an industrial estate in D12! The main … Continue reading

The Merrion Hotel, Dublin

Sometimes the oldies are the best… I’m all for a nice shiny new and modern hotel – but I also appreciate a well established, elegant and luxurious setting just as much! The 5 star Merrion hotel is one of, if … Continue reading

Coppinger Row, Dublin

I am slowly but surely tick, tick, ticking places from my long list of “To Try” restaurants in Dublin. It’s no secret I love the area around South William Street / St. Andrew’s Street and there’s still quite a few … Continue reading