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What to eat tonight: 15-minute one-pot vegan linguine with olives, capers and sun-dried tomatoes
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4 devilishly delicious click-and-collect dinner options for Hallowe’en night feasting


By Eoin Higgins
28th Oct 2020
4 devilishly delicious click-and-collect dinner options for Hallowe’en night feasting

Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble … or maybe skip the trouble part and go straight online to order one of these three top-notch meal options worth clicking and collecting for a Hallowe’en dinner that feels like a proper celebration.


Dash, bang, wallop!

Bary Wallace’s Dash Burger has taken the city by storm. The thoroughly unique burger joint is now open on Kevin Street Lower, Dublin 2 and available for take-away and delivery, Wednesday to Sunday. As well as producing – hands-down – the city’s tastiest burger, above, they also serve quality fries, chicken tenders, arancini, homemade dips, drinks and craft beers. So whether you are a burger boffin, or just a part-time patty paramour, get in to Dash Burger soon … you won’t be disappointed.

 

Melanie Mullan, 2020

 

Mister S(cary monsters)

Closed for dining, Mister S is still bringing damn fine flavour to your door with a BoSsam Feast perfect for a group or dinner options for two or more. Substantial and impeccably sourced the BoSsam Feast has a centrepiece of the stupendous Andarl Farm pork shoulder which has been dry-brined, rubbed with the house blend of spices and smoked over applewood for 12 hours. Available for collection from Thursday to Saturday and costs €85 (serves 4-8).

 

Melanie Mullan, 2020

A bit of a Pickle

Pickle, the much loved North Indian eating house on upper Camden Street, may have temporarily closed its doors, but customers can still enjoy some of their favourite dishes with Pickle @ Home, a service which is available for collection this weekend. Selections can be ordered, and pre-ordered, online.

 

Bang bang!

BANG Restaurant & Wine Bar have launched a 5-Course to-go menu. Each week, a unique five-course set menu will be curated and made available to order from the Michelin Guide-listed restaurant. Pick-up is available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening in Dublin only. We already love the coppa with smoked almonds as an indulgent weekend snack.

 


 

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