Indulge your Inner Foodie
It’s hard to believe that Taste of Dublin has been tickling our taste buds for 10 years. Amidst the packed schedule of Dublin festivals Taste delivers a standout weekend of amazing artisan food and drink. The highly anticipated foodie festival takes place in one of our favourite hidden gems, the Iveagh Gardens from the 11th – 14th of June. The venue is easily accessible from Harcourt Luas Station or by a pleasant stroll through Georgian Dublin.
Taste of Dublin runs two daily sessions, from midday – 4.00 pm and from 5.30pm – 9.30pm. Arrive in time to get the most out of your 4 hour experience. Enter our Competition below to be in with a chance to win a pair of passes to the Sunday 12pm -4pm session! Or you can Purchase tickets online here
Mingle with top chefs including Michelin Award winning chefs Michel Roux Jr., Nevin Maguire and Richard Corrigan who will be elevating the culinary arts to a new level.
The Capital’s dining scene will be well represented at Taste with over 20 of the Dublin’s hottest restaurants in attendance, showcasing their incredible food. Diners can purchase their festival ‘Florins’ and sample the food street food-style. And for those who ‘don’t do queues’ the organisers have you covered with an exclusive Waiter Service (other festival’s please take note!!) who will happily queue for you.
Some of the Must Dos at Taste of Dublin:
- Don’t miss the Live Cookery Demonstrations in the Electrolux Taste Theatre.
- Foodies – test your taste knowledge and earn your stripes at the ‘Secret Ingredient’ Stand by correctly identifying the ‘mystery ingredients’ in select dishes
- Budding amateur chefs have your questions at the ready and prepare to have your culinary knowledge pool expanded – with the exclusive individual Q & A with the Taste Chefs and other food industry experts.
Younger Guests and fans of Despicable Me and the Minion’s (the animated kids movie, not a Rock Band) are well catered for at the Minions Family Fun Zone with free face-painting, balloon modelling and interactive Arts and Crafts. Expect a lot of ‘Minion Selfies’ with Mighty Minion Cup Cakes! Taste of Dublin are hoping to inspire lots of junior bakers with Kevin Dundon’s Minion themed baking demonstration.
Beercocktails anyone? Thirsty patrons are very well catered for with intriguing ‘Beertails’ (thank you Soder+Ko). The list of amazing concoctions goes on! But be warned, children who get lost in the Experience Nespresso tent will receive a double espresso and learn how to swear !!!
With a weekend that makes cooking look like culinary theatre, accompanied by wonderful live entertainment including Smash Hits it’s easy to see why Taste of Dublin has been nominated as the Best Live Event. Some ‘Taste’ footage to whet your appetite – 2014 Taste of Dublin footage!
We have a pair of tickets for the Sunday afternoon sittings midday – 4pm available.
To be in with a chance to win your tickets for two, simply tell us which of the following is your favourite Dublin Restaurant and why?
For more information on activities in Dublin visit our things to do section or stop by and say hello to the Dublin Visitor Centre team, the friendliest tourist information office in Dublin.