The Guinness Storehouse – Food, Drink and The Coronas – Friday March 14th
Remember this article ‘Guinness Storehouse’s Four Day Music, Sport and Food Hooley for St Patrick’s Day Festival 2014‘ … well Patrick and I went along to the opening night of the green tinted Home of Guinness and were greeted with smiles, wristbands and tickets but most importantly delicious food, a couple of pints of the black schtuff and access into see The Coronas. Fantastic!
We had a brilliant night. It started off in the Dining Hall where we stocked up on Fresh Seafood Cocktails, Carlingford Oysters, delicious canapés that included pulled pork, black pudding, chicken and cheese. We also got our hands on the famous ‘Rugby Ball Pie’ which was really scrumptious and washed it all down with a pint of Guinness.
After having our fill of food we realised that we had ample time to visit to the Gravity Bar and perhaps catch a glimpse of the sunset on Dublin.
Views taken in and with the sun setting it was down to the Arrol Suite to watch The Coronas who rocked the night away to a very enthusiastic crowd.
Our night at the Guinness Storehouse – The Home of Guinness was great craic. The staff were friendly and helpful, the food was delicious. The drink – sure you couldn’t fault it. If you haven’t been to the Storehouse I’d recommend it. The only thing is there is no guarantee The Coronas will be there to entertain you.
For more information on The Guinness Storehouse, visit their website here www.guinness-storehouse.com
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