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Mews restaurant head chef Ahmet Dede and owner Robert Collender. Photographs: Rohan Reilly

Ireland’s struggling restaurant industry was dealt another blow on Thursday when it was announced that the Michelin-starred Mews in Baltimore, in west(...)

 Takashi Miyazaki in  Ichigo Ichie restaurant in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

They will be insufferable, those Cork folk. But who’d begrudge them? Today’s trio of new Michelin stars for Cork will do nothing to alleviate the coun(...)

Nowhere gets on this list of Ireland’s best family-friendly restaurants – part of our 100 best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland 2018 – (...)

Pop in to a pop-up: catch some great places to eat before they disappear

It’s been a pop-up summer, here one minute gone the next, so we thought we’d round up the best temporary places to eat. These are our pick of the week(...)

Robin Gill (centre), with Geraldine Kavanagh of Wild Wicklow foods and Luke Matthews, on  Magheramore beach in Wicklow.

Serial restaurateur Barry Wallace, who is co-founder of fish and chip shops Bia Mara in Belgium and Hook in London, as well as having consulted on the(...)

Robin Gill  will be doing four pop-up dinners and masterclasses at Airfield Estate in Dundrum, Dublin 14.

Robin Gill has teamed up with Airfield Estate, a 38-acre urban farm in Dundrum, Dublin 14, for a series of collaborations that kick off with a Harvest(...)

Robert Collender, James Ellis and Luke Matthews of Mews, Baltimore, Co Cork

“Treat it like it’s yours, and one day it will be.” Luke Matthews, one of the trio who opened Mews restaurant in Baltimore, west Cork last year, says(...)

__________ Family hotels __________ 1 Woodlands House Hotel, Co Limerick  The Fitzgerald family have been welcoming guests to the(...)

Winter gone, sun is out and Dublin has decided to party. At least that’s how it feels in Bow Lane on Aungier Street tonight. The building is throbbing(...)

Mews, in Baltimore, Co Cork is overall winner for Dinner of the Year.

It was only a matter of time before the thriving midrange Dublin restaurant scene ate itself. And so the tipping point came in 2015. The capital’s re(...)

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