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Dublin Dinners


By IMAGE
18th Oct 2013
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From October 21-27, you can forget about asking ?what’s for dinner?? and dive into the delights of Dine in Dublin instead. As well as tasty offers, there’ll be demos, Prosecco evenings, wine-tastings and a host of interactive experiences meaning you shouldn’t go hungry.

We have selected our top five deals of the week, guaranteed to send you into a blissful food coma.

1.?Bang
Foodies will adore the?five-course tasting menu, a bargain for the week at half the usual price. The perfect after work treat.
Five courses tasting menu for €39.95.

2. Salamanca
Their?Tapas and Wine Fest is offering a delicious platter of their most popular Spanish dishes, plus a glass of house wine, that will whisk you away from the mundane to the Mediterranean.
Six dishes, plus desert and a glass of wine for ?25.

3. The Gallery at the Church
Buzzy and atmospheric, the Church will be hosting a mini Oktoberfest, providing Bavarian beer, a BBQ, fancy dress prizes and live music.
Three courses, plus tea or coffee for €30.

4. Brasserie Sixty6
Soak up the stylish surroundings while feasting on a tasty menu of treats. During the festival period, they are giving away an additional ?10 voucher for Fade Street Social, Rustic Stone or Brasserie Sixty6.
Three courses, plus tea or coffee, for €30.

5. Saba
Get your shake on at their?cocktail masterclass, the perfect girly outing.?Saba means ?happy meeting place? in Thai, and the friendly ambience of this much-loved eaterie certainly lives up to its name.
Three courses, plus tea or coffee, for ?30.