What’s On This Weekend?
It's set to be sunny, and there's a whole host of amazing spring events lined up across the coutnry. #Yay.
Lovin’ Dublin Spring Brunch Club
Oh, heya spring! With the evenings getting longer and the weather getting warmer, Lovin’ Dublin is promising fresh, healthy food as well as some zesty new cocktails, at its spring brunch club on Saturday. There’ll be a DJ playing some chilled-out tunes too, and some well known food brands showcasing their latest treats. The venue is House on Leeson Street, and things are kicking off at 1pm. Last remaining tickets are €30 – they include a full buffet and two complimentary drinks. You can nab them here.
Blogging for beginners workshop
Are you a newbie blogger? If so, get yourself to Brooks Hotel, Dublin 2, this weekend, where French Foodie in Dublin, one of Ireland’s best known bloggers, is running a three hour workshop. You’ll learn everything you need to know about running a successful blog, from the basics, design and layout, to how you can grow your readership. Tickets are €40, and you can get them here.
West Waterford Food Festival
Food lovers, get ye to the Waterford food festival, taking place from Friday until Sunday in the seaside town of Dungarvan. There’ll be BBQs, wine tastings, film screenings and comedy clubs, and we deffo think it’s worth a visit. There’s plenty of scrumptious food you can get excited about tasting too. Hit up their website for all the essential info.
Experience Japan Cherry Blossom Festival
This weekend is set to be sunny, so get yourself to Farmleigh House & Estate in The Phoenix Park on Sunday for a fabulous day out. It’s a celebration of Japanese and Japanese-Irish culture and there’ll be singing, dancing and exotic live shows for you to feast your eyes on. All activities are free, with stage performances as well as demonstrations and workshops. Did we mention there’ll be Japanese food vendors on site?! This means we can add some sushi and soba to our day out in the park. #YUM! Visit the website for full line up and and all the transport info.
Hangover cure at Farmer Browns
If you’ve had a bit of a late one, there’s nothing quite like brunch in Farmer Browns on Bath Avenue. The portions are huge, the vibe is chilled, and the decor is only lovely. And FYI, the staff are super friendly. We recommend The Farmer Burger or The Starvin’ Marvin to really hit the spot. Don’t fret though, even if you opt for the healthy option, you won’t be disappointed. Start drooling over their menu now. We are!
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