Diageo announced in 2017 that it intended to transform 12.6 acres at Guinness’s St James’s Gate brewery into a new urban quarter.

Since 2013, anyone looking for a snapshot of the resurgence in Dublin’s property market didn’t have to look too far beyond the city’s docklands. Havin(...)

Around 5,000 people visit the Guinness Storehouse every day. The Storehouse opened in 2000, as a way of delivering Guinness-related facts and branding(...)

Portrait of Hutcheson by Allan Ramsay, circa 1745.

Before it became central to the US declaration of independence, “the pursuit of happiness” was a concept much pondered by thinkers this side of the At(...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney speaking to the media at Government Buildings on Tuesday. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Good morning. The twists and turns of Brexit continue, and there was a major one skidded in yesterday morning. At the daily press briefing in Brussel(...)

‘Like me, the lad from England had a big interest in both Patrick Kavanagh and Flann O’Brien (above)’.

In Dublin on Friday night, I stepped into a thronged O’Neill’s Pub on Suffolk Street in hopes of watching Ulster’s European Rugby Cup match. It was a (...)

At a candlelit private dinner in an upstairs room in Read’s of Parliament Street last week, guests, momentarily transported to a Dublin of another era(...)

Zoned “city centre”, permissible uses include residential, restaurant, shop, guest house, conference centre, cultural, medical and related consultants, office and hotel.

The restored former Reads Cutlers shop and house at 4 Parliament Street and 3 Crane Lane in Temple Bar is new to the market this week through Knight (...)

Three companies in race to develop urban centre at Guinness Brewery 3:03

Property players Hines, Ballymore and U&I will shortly enter the final lap of the race to develop part of the Guinness Brewery as a new urban cent(...)

The Open Gate Brewery is to be expanded

Having opened its experimental brewery to the public for the first time nearly three years ago, Guinness is now planning to expand the Dublin-based fa(...)

Anthony Bourdain at John Kavanagh’s ‘The Gravediggers’ pub in Glasnevin with Ciaran Kavanagh, and Alfreda O’Brien Kavanagh. Photograph: John Kavanagh’s ‘The Gravediggers’
Anthony Bourdain’s Dublin

Chefs’ and journalists’ work by their very nature touches and connects with people. One of the things that made the late Anthony Bourdain special was (...)

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