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The Fabulous Food Trails at The Westbury

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Coming to Dublin for the Weekend? Treat your favourite person to a fun, foodie stay in The Westbury hotel. Check into the luxurious five-star property, wonderfully located just off Grafton Street, and then nibble and nosh your way through Ireland’s capital with The Fabulous Food Trails – a selection of half-day walking tours highlighting local Irish delicacies and artisan producers. Expect to sample fresh seafood goodness from the Atlantic at Stephen’s Oyster stall at Temple Bar Food Market accompanied by a refreshing chardonnay, before roaming around to The Pepper Pot in Powerscourt Townhouse for smoked salmon bagels.  If you’re a chocolate fiend, the pit-stop in Cocoa Atelier in Dublin’s Creative Quarter will have you lusting after their hot chocolate, long after the trail has finished.

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If you’re a chocolate fiend, the pit-stop in Cocoa Atelier in Dublin’s Creative Quarter will have you lust after their hot chocolate.

Pack your stretchy pants – this exclusive overnight package also includes a delicious three course dinner for two in Balfes and a full Irish breakfast in award-winning Wilde – The Restaurant. For evening drinks and the odd celebrity spotting, take a pew in the Marble Bar with cocktails worth Instagramming, or for more hipster bars, pop out the back door of the hotel and head to South William Street. Then again, after all of that incredible food, lying horizontal in your sumptuous room might be all that’s possible.

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The Fabulous Food Trails at The Westbury costs €430 comprising of one night’s luxury accommodation at The Westbury, admission for two on a Fabulous Food Trail, a three course dinner in Balfes and a full Irish Breakfast in Wilde. It’s only available on Friday and Saturday nights until September 26th. Book Here.

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