22 October

That’s all from DublinTown Food and Drink Festival 2018

Well that’s it! The inaugural DublinTown Food and Drink Festival has come to an end and what a week it has been.

The week long event ran from October 15th – 21st with food and drink experiences, offers and talks, taking over Dublin’s city centre. There were kitchen takeovers from chefs including culinary queen Rachel Allen at The Church Bar and Grill on Mary Street and Anna Haugh at Pichet on Trinity Street, lessons in homegrown oysters through SOLE’s Seafood and Grill’s daily oyster cart, family fun with the Asia Market’s Halloween Pumpkin Carving Event, cocktail classes in Lillie’s Bordello, cooking classes in Cooks Academy, coffee talks with coffee gurus Vice Coffee and a host of special festival menus from restaurants like San Lorenzo’s and The Woollen Mills. And that’s just naming a few!

Our aim was to showcase the AMAZING food and drink options this fair city has and we hope we were able to shine the spotlight on those who participated while giving you a memorable experience.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the festival and we hope you enjoyed your experience during this year’s DublinTown Food and Drink Festival. We look forward to bringing you a bigger and better serving of this growing festival next year!

The event was put together by the DublinTown Hospitality Committee; a group of business owners and general managers within the bar, restaurant, café and hotel industry in the DublinTown District. It is also sponsored and supported by one of the largest wholesale food suppliers and food distributors in Ireland, Pallas Foods, which supplies hundreds of customers in Dublin city centre every day. Huge thanks to our media partners TheTaste.ie and FM104 as well.