A delicious nugget in Bill Bryson’s One Summer: America 1927 centres on Harry Stevens, the Englishman who made more money from baseball than any pl(...)

A newly restored front gate being reinstated at Trinity College Dublin by workmen in April 2014. Photograph: Alan Betson

A 66-year-old Dublin man has been sent forward for trial accused of wrecking the historic wooden front gate of Trinity College Dublin.John Farrell, fr(...)

The front gate of Trinity College Dublin is sectioned off in April last year after it was damaged. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The DPP has completed the book of evidence in the case of a Dublin man awaiting trial for damaging the historic wooden front gate of Trinity College D(...)

Dillingers Restaurant Ranelagh.Photograph: Aidan Crawley.

Restaurant owner John Farrell has doubled the size of his Dublin fish restaurant Super Miss Sue (SMS) taking his total investment there to €1.1 mil(...)

A “pop-down” restaurant featuring food from Super Miss Sue, 777, Dillinger’s and The Butcher Grill will open underneath the Drury Street car park on December 11th

Pop-ups are so last year. Restaurateur John Farrell is assembling a “best of” menu of signature dishes from his Dublin eating houses and will be servi(...)

John Farrell, from Fassaugh Avenue, Cabra, leaving court  after a new charge of endangerment of life at Trinity College  was put to him. Photograph: Court Collins 0:40

A 66-year-old Dublin man charged with damaging the wooden front gate of Trinity College Dublin has had an additional charge of endangerment of life br(...)

It looked like a fairly standard planning application for a change of use from shop to restaurant on the corner of Drury Street and Castle Mark(...)

Corner of Castle Market and Drury Street, Dublin 2: planners rejected a proposal for a change of use from shop to restaurant on the site

It looked like a fairly standard planning application for a change of use from shop to restaurant on the corner of Drury Street and Castle Mark(...)

It says a lot about our nose-wrinkling attitude to fresh fish that the last fish shop in Dublin’s Grafton Street area is now a Starbucks. Market rents(...)

Marketeers, flick back those glossy tresses and listen up for a sure fire way to sell your restaurant. First, decorate the entire front of your buildi(...)