Ross Lewis

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Liath in Dublin’s Blackrock Market did not sell out its tables in a single day, for the first time in more than four years. At time of publishing it still had some tables of six for April. Photograph: Alan Betson

“We have lost €10,000 worth of bookings in the past week alone.” John Healy, general manager of Suesey Street in Dublin 2, believes that the restauran(...)

‘Successive waves of migrants changed the Irish food landscape every so often, from the first farmers to the Celts, Vikings and Normans,’ says JP McMahon.  Photograph: Fusionshooters

Before writing my new book, I had one misgiving: did the world need another book about Irish food? Surely there were enough already. But each generati(...)

On February 14th, restaurant staff place bets on who will storm out first from a St Valentine’s date

It’s Elaine Murphy’s go-to St Valentine’s joke. “So table for three, yeah?” she’ll say when a vaguely desperate (typically male) diner rings looking f(...)

Ross Lewis in  Chapter One: The loss of tables would have had a negative impact on Osteria Lucio’s revenues. Photograph: Alan Betson

Michelin star chef Ross Lewis has emerged victorious in his battle with Dublin City Council over an outdoor seating area structure for his Osteria Luc(...)

Port House Cava, Camden St, Dublin

The latest venture from the Port House group, its fifth restaurant and bar, is a 100-seater just opened on Dublin’s Camden Street and specialising in (...)

Nicolas Fagundes Galindo (second from left), from Chapter One in Dublin, accepting his San Pellegrino award alongside Pippa Lovell and Timothée Martin-Nadaud and overall winner Jerome Calayag (third from left).

Vegetables as a fine dining dish; the importance of gender balance in the kitchen - and one chef’s mother’s superhero role in his success -&(...)

Marty Morrissey: My first ever commentary was on the back of a tractor and trailer

Popular RTÉ sports broadcaster Marty Morrissey is to be honoured by his alma mater University College Cork this Friday with an alumni achievement awar(...)

Everett’s in Waterford

A bridal party on the steps of the hotel are making the most of the remains of the day. They’ve hit the jackpot with their Wednesday wedding in Waterf(...)

Skellig six18 founders Patrick Cooney, June O’Connell and Patrick Sugrue. Photograph: Paul McCarthy Photography

A new €10 million micro-distillery located in a former sock manufacturing plant along the Ring of Kerry is to open shortly. The backers behind Skelli(...)

Jenny Holland and Brian Donnelly in their ramen shop in Belfast – Bia Rebel. File photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Brian Donnelly and Jenny Holland are bringing Bia Rebel, their ramen shop in Belfast, to west Cork for a month-long summer residency. From Monday, Aug(...)

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