Taste of Dublin is done and dusted for another year.
At least that’s what you would say when the gates closed after a busy weekend, but they’ll be back.
Organisers are upping sticks and heading to the RDS in Dublin ahead of the Christmas party rush for four more days of food events.
Taste of Dublin: Festive Edition
Organisers are expecting in the region of 18,000 people to pass through the doors of the RDS between 28 November and 1 December.
Up for discussion, showcasing and samplings are “the latest festive trends” and “tricks to create a luxusious and successful Christmas experience”.
There’ll be more tastings, demos and masterclasses in Hall 1 at the RDS with tickets already on sale from €15 plus booking fees
2019’s Taste of Dublin a success
“This year’s festival has been brilliant fun”, according to Taste of Dublin’s Avril Bannerton.
“The straight talking cooking demonstrations with Colin Fassnidge were so popular; he brought some Australian flair to the Neff Cooking Demo stage.”
“Also, our chef line up was fantastic this year with our renowned chefs, Kevin Dundon, Rory O’Connell and Clodagh McKenna cooking up a storm alongside Ireland’s newest rising stars.”
“There was something for every enthusiast to enjoy.”
Check my list of Irish food festivals and events here for more dates.
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