We are smack dab in the heart of the summer season and Dublin is buzzing as it welcomes thousands of tourists on weekly basis. There are all kinds of things to do in Dublin. Traditional attractions like checking out pubs and castles are cool but there is so much more to do now. One of those things is to eat. Or should I say – eat well; very well. Most Dubliners know that our beautiful city is a foodie paradise. Tourists to the capital are often pleased to find out how diverse the offerings can be when it comes to fine dining. To help out all the amazing people who have chosen to visit us – we took a spin through our Twitter handle (https://twitter.com/Getrealirishtou) and came up some great spots for them to check out before they head home.
Our first pick is The Lo-cal Kitchen in Castleknock (Dublin). We reviewed Lo-cal as you can see by the link below. They offer fabulous food at an affordable price point and the restaurant’s employees are very attentive to every customer’s needs. A dinner at Lo-Cal is money well invested – indeed.
— Getrealirishtours (@Getrealirishtou) July 3, 2015
Another restaurant which gets an A+ from us is the Blackboard Bistro. We sent writers down there recently and they are penning a kickass review which is going to make your mouth water. This restaurant is a must visit for tourists and locals – so check it out on Clare Street in Dublin (D2). You can also track them down on their Twitter handle @ https://twitter.com/BlackboardDub. The Tweet below is from renowned Dublin foodie – Caroline Byrne. She loves Blackboard Bistro and so do we. We invite you to come back to our site to check out our review of the restaurant which should be up in the next few days.
— Caroline Byrne (@DublinFoodie) April 29, 2015
For foodies that are looking for a steak fix while visiting Dublin – we recommend you visit Brookwood.Members of our team have been fortunate enough to review Brookwood and they are still raving about it. The portions are tastefully large and the cuisine is comparable to any top of the line steak restaurant in any of the world’s capitals. Brookwood are masters of their domain. We encourage you to visit them at 149 Baggot Street Lane in Dublin – you will not regret your time in this gem of a restaurant.
— BROOKWOOD (@BrookwoodDublin) July 21, 2015
Anyways – that’s it for today. Come back to our site soon for a look at some of the best bakeries in Dublin. If you have questions or comments for our team – please email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org .