Fallon & Byrne

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Snail farmer Eva Milka of Gaelic Escargot in Co Carlow. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

A shortage of snails for consumption in European countries such as France, Italy and Spain, where they are viewed as a delicacy, is fuelling growth in(...)

It’s good to have a choice of winter wines that you don’t have to think about too much. Photograph: iStock

This week let’s take another look at what I call wet Wednesday wines; red wines, this being winter, that you don’t have to think about too much, but w(...)

26 Mountpleasant Square Ranelagh Dublin 6

Sometimes the last place for inspiration is at an office desk. For Archimedes it was his bath that provided him with the lightbulb moment, after which(...)

Exchequer Chambers: Much of the uplift in rents has been achieved in the letting of the upper floors which at the date of the sale were producing €143,500 via a lease with Eircom.

The new owners of Exchequer Chambers, a distinctive Victorian building on Dublin’s Exchequer Street, have substantially increased its rental returns s(...)

The best-positioned retail units in the Trinity Street car park  complex are let to Pichet restaurant and Excel Dry Cleaners.

The exceptionally busy Trinity Street car park off Dame Street in Dublin’s south inner city, three retail units and four office suites are to be offe(...)

Fallon & Byrne is to open a new flagship food hall, delicatessen and casual eatery in Rathmines in Dublin shortly

Fallon & Byrne, the Dublin food hall, wine bar and restaurant business, saw turnover rise to €13.2 million last year, newly filed accounts show. (...)

Three-year-old Rocco Ulrich in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork city. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Compiled by Jennifer O’Connell, Damian Cullen, Sylvia Thompson, Leonie Corcoran, Lorna Siggins, Noel O’Reilly and Malachy Clerkin ANTRIM Carnfu(...)

The grasshoppers, with their clearly visible but mercifully dead eyes and still wings, are the most terrifying of the insects which have just gone on (...)

Chef Viv Kelly and his team from the neighbouring Roadside Tavern will be moving into the Burren Storehouse to cook a Burren Slow Food banquet as paret of the food festival next month. Photograph: Yvonne Vaughan

BURREN BOUND This year’s Burren Slow Food Festival in Lisdoonvarna (May 12th-14th) has Ireland’s best gins and raw milk cheeses as its theme. In addi(...)

Green gold ... extra virgin olive oil

“If you see Jamie Oliver cooking [Italian food] on telly, he will have a bottle of Fontodi to hand.” David Gleave, Master of Wine and MD of Liberty Wi(...)

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