TASTE OF DUBLIN FOOD FESTIVAL RETURNS IN JUNE 2015
CELEBRATING ‘10 YEARS OF TASTE’
The Taste of Dublin is back again this year and I for one am looking forward to attending this weekend event full of food, drink, music and fun! I’ve featured The Taste of Dublin for each year The Life of Stuff has been in action. You can check out my Taste of Dublin 2013 – My Day in Photo’s and My Taste of Dublin 2014 Experience in Photo’s by clicking on the links provided. Each year I’ve headed along with my hubby Patrick and each year we have looked forward to returning. This year will be no different and no doubt you will spot us hopping from stand to stall sampling all that is on offer.
As per my post Taste of Dublin 2014 – here are my tips for the event …
Simple tips for the event: Bring money, camera, an umbrella if rain threatens, a goo for some fine dining and a thirst for some fine beverages – alcoholic or not. Ladies I normally leave my heels at home – as you will be walking on grass and gravel – wedges are fine. Don’t wrap up too much as it is June after all. Don’t be afraid to ask Chefs, Restaurateurs and Stall Holders questions – that’s what they are there for … and finally have some foodie fun!’
And here is the low-down for 2015 …
The Taste of Dublin Food Festival will return to Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens on Thursday 11th – Sunday 14th June 2015and is celebrating ’10 Years of Taste’ with an unbeatable line up. The festival runs over four days, showcasing the best of Dublin’s culinary scene including top restaurants, artisan producers as well as home-grown and international chefs. Due to popular demand, Taste of Dublin is launching an extra session at 12pm on Thursday 11th.
The festival will be brought to life with an exciting line-up of chef talent including Clodagh McKenna, Edward Hayden,Kevin Dundon, Mark Moriarty, Michel Roux Jr, Monica Galetti, Neven Maguire, Paul Flynn, Paul Kelly, Rachel Allen, Richard Corrigan, Ross Lewis and Sunil Ghai. Restaurants at the event include Brioche, Diep Le Shaker, East Side Tavern, Jaipur, Pichet, Rock Lobster, The Chop House, to name a few.
Exciting features returning to the festival include the Electrolux Secret Ingredient, Chef’s Secret’s and Taste Theatredemonstrations, as well as Chapter One Dessert bar, Taste of Thailand, O’Briens Wine Experience and Aldi as the exclusive retailer partner of Taste of Dublin.
New features in 2015 include the Sony Japanese Dining Experience, Skillery by the National Dairy Council, Station Works Brewery, Rioja Tapas Fantastica, and more to be announced.
Tickets for this fantastic foodie event will be available from April 2015 via Tasteofdublin.ie – however if you head over to the website now they have a fab Mother’s Day Package available that you could snap up!
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