From fast and fresh pasta to a luxurious evening of wine and cheese, here are some new dining options to add to your radar.
One the weekend finally rolls around, the prospect of spending an evening in the kitchen preparing a hearty meal just doesn’t sound all that appealing.
If the allure of a meal served up in the surroundings of a gorgeous restaurant has been calling your name, we’ve got some new suggestions that might tickle your fancy.
With new restaurants springing up across Ireland, it can be hard to keep track — so here are three new spots to try out this weekend.
The Viaduct, Cork
Breakfast, lunch or á la carte dinner, The Viaduct restaurant, café and market is the latest addition to Cork city. Nestled near the spectacular mid-19th century landmark, The Chetwynd Viaduct Bridge, The Viaduct brings you a family-friendly environment that is suitable for all occasions. Each dish is perfectly prepared by Head Chef Keith Colgan and his team of experts, and the á la carte menu is inspired by all things West Cork.
If you want pasta pronto, head straight for Connolly station. A great new option for commuters, Fasta has been drawing a crowd all their own with their fabulous selection of freshly made pasta. Everything is made in-house, and the pasta is hand-made and cooked right in front of your eyes in less than five minutes. It is also compulsory to round things off with a little tiramisu!
The Lane Wine & Cheese, Galway
Having recently opened its doors down Kirwan’s Lane, just off Galway’s Latin Quarter, The Lane Wine & Cheese specialise in providing an exquisite range of delicious charcuterie platters and a large choice of wines in an intimate setting. A fantastic spot for a catch up with old friends or a romantic evening for two, The Lane will take good care of you.