Dine in Dublin Runs From Monday 21st to Sunday 27th March

Posted on: March 18 2011

Dine in Dublin

The Dine in Dublin Restaurant Week starts on Monday and we have a great menu with some interesting new dishes to tantalise your taste buds! With our three course menu only €25 every night from 5.00pm, it is an offer that cannot be missed.

Press Release
Dublin City Business Improvement District (BID) is delighted to announce the return of Dine in Dublin restaurant week which will run 21st March to Sunday 27th March inclusive.

In association with the Restaurant Association of Ireland and Dublin Tourism, the superbly successful city-wide promotion takes place biannually and is now in its fifth run. To date, the event has brought fine dining at an affordable price to around 40,000 diners in the city. Over 60 leading restaurants across Dublin will offer special menus representing a discount of 20% on their a la carte prices. City hotels will also offer special discounted rates on overnight stays during the same week.

Organisers this year are delighted to introduce a brand new dimension to the event in the form of an online reservation tool which will be on trial by some of the participating restaurants. Through the tool, diners will be able to view live, online booking information for the restaurant of their choice, check availability and place their reservation. With the simple click of a mouse button, customers will be able to reserve their table.
Richard Guiney, CEO Dublin City BID said “Dine in Dublin is all about allowing customers easy access to the culinary delights that our city has to offer. We are delighted to introduce the new online booking tool which will make it even more straightforward for people to arrange their special night out. With a few new restaurants taking part this year and fantastic value in restaurants across the city, if anyone needed an excuse to treat themselves – Dine in Dublin week is it!”

Paul Cadden, President of the Restaurant Association of Ireland said “the Dine in Dublin week has grown from strength to strength and is helping to put Dublin on the international map as a culinary capital. It is great to see so many people dining out and experiencing the fantastic value, service and quality of our city’s restaurants. Restaurants have the opportunity to showcase their wonderful produce, service and value and hopefully will have a very busy week.”