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Social Pics: ‘For The Love of Italian Style? At The House Of Peroni


By Niamh ODonoghue
27th May 2016

Marcus Gibbs & Debora Mariluche

Social Pics: ‘For The Love of Italian Style? At The House Of Peroni

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This week, 1 Dame Lane was transformed into a chic Italian beer garden for a special two-week residency with Peroni who are showcasing the best in Italian food, film, and beer.?Love of all things Italian (Amare L’Italian) was the theme of the multi-storey, multi-sensory event which ?included several innovative bars, creative spaces, and a beautiful rooftop garden experience for dining Italian style (alfresco, of course). Dublin need’s more rooftop terrace bars – don’t you think?

The House of Peroni is open to the public until May 29th and is free to attend; although there?is a number of exclusive ticket-only event’s taking place over the coming days.

Can you spot anyone you know in our gallery?