Dublin Horseshow 2016
The Dublin horseshow runs from Wednesday 20th July to Sunday 24th July 2016 offering something for everyone. Good Food Ireland have some suggestions on places to eat for Brunch, Lunch and Dinner over the festivities.
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All Good Food Ireland (GFI) members are committed to prioritising the core indigenous ingredients of Irish cuisine and promoting local and artisan food producers. Experience the wonderful ingredients of our country through our cuisine as always with Good Food Ireland.
The Chophouse Bar
Tel: +353 1 660 2390 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steaks are the big speciality here, the Limousin beef travelling from a farm in Co Louth. A minimum of 35 days dry-aging ensures the best quality. The menu also includes fillets of John Dory, braised Tipperary lamb neck fillet and breast of corn-fed chicken. Twice-cooked hand-cut chips are the main accompaniment. Read More
Dunne & Crescenzi Sandymount
T: +353 1 6673252, E: email@example.com
Ideally located near to the RDS and Aviva Stadium, Dunne and Crescenzi Sandymount is the ideal location for pre- or post- Dublin Horseshow event dining experiences. Enjoy glass of wine from their ample collection sourced from all over Italy with a delicious pasta dish for a quick and filling lunch, or a 3 course meal complete with dessert wines and digestivi.
O'Connells in Donnybrook
Tel: +353 (0)1 2696116, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone is talking about O’Connells’ new Weekend Brunch available Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am to 15.30. Using free range eggs from our small Irish food producer partner Granstown Farm in Laois. We have our smile inducing full Irish or our moreish avocado benedict, homemade lemonades and juices and coffee made under our new *World of Coffee Ambassador title. Whether your going to Dublin Horse Show or not, you should know about our new Hereford Prime Irish House Steak served for supper every evening along with our classic Rib-eye. Read More
Donnybrook Fair Deli and Food Hall
Tel: 01 668 3556, E: email@example.com
Pack yourself a treat from the Donnybrook Fair Deli and Food Hall, packed to the rafters with home made goodies and ready to go meals, created in the in house kitchen by a dedicated brigade of chefs. A superb range of cheeses and charcuterie compliment the home cooked fare. Read More
Ashtons Gastropub, Clonskeagh
Tel: +353 1 2830045, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ideally located en route to the RDS, Ashtons Gastropub offers a delicious choice of satisfying starters, indulgent desserts and a unique Black Rock Main Courses; a selection of the freshest fillets and sirloins are presented to your table along with your own volcanic ‘Hot Rock’ on which you cook the ingredients exactly to your own taste. Read More
Wednesday night is steak night: 6oz Fillet on the hot rock €17. Add a pint of our Craft Ale’s or Gls House wine and its €20
The keynote here is good ingredients cooked simply. and a no fuss approach which provides a consistent offering, served in spectacular surroundings. Read More
Of Course these are just a handful of Good Food Ireland recommended places to eat in Dublin during the RDS Dublin HorseShow.
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