Gibney’s of Malahide: “Chardonnay is back in fashion”

Malahide has long been considered a chic shopping destination and it’s helped in no small part by a vibrant restaurant and café scene that will keep y(...)

You could walk straight past Manneken Lodge, 13 North Avenue, and not notice the huge family home behind a cypress box hedge that wraps around the (...)

Gusto d’Italia is a proper gelato parlour on William Street, Limerick

While Limerick still has too many empty shop units and its shopkeepers remain concerned about the number of out of town retail parks – planning permis(...)

Vantastival is the fun and family-friendly way to kick off the music festival season and immerse yourself in VW van culture. Taking place this week(...)

Built in 1949, 10 South Hill Park is a deceptively big house. The redbrick and pebbledash-fronted house is one of about 15 homes on a quiet cul-de-sa(...)

Dubliner Colm Healy first came to the Kingdom Kerry to visit his sister in 2004. Five years earlier he had sold his IT outsourcing company, before th(...)

It’s one of our coolest cities Kilkenny, with no shortage of great shops. Head straight for Folkster (056-7703312, folkster.com) which is housed (...)

Emporium Kalu, one of the town’s best boutiques, is housed in a former pub
Shoptalk: Naas

In Naas, the thoroughbred county’s key shopping town there’s an air of expectation about next month’s Aintree and Punchestown festivals, the finale(...)

Optica, a boutique eyewear business run by husband and wife team Donal and Deirdre McNally

Dawson Street, one of Dublin’s most beautiful thoroughfares, is currently blighted by Luas works but savvy shoppers will have noticed a subtle chan(...)

This is what it looks like when your chairs aren’t considered good enough to sit on. Their crime? The chairs are being destroyed not because they w(...)