Daniel Campos came to Ireland five years ago, and has opened what’s being touted as the first pasteleria in Dublin, serving sweet and savoury stuffed Brazilian pastries.
The Dublin Doughnut Company offers tens of flavours from Strawberry Eton Mess to Salted Caramel. We’re a long way from pink icing and jam.
A cafe, a restaurant, a bar: Berlin D2 will be whatever you want it to be. Want a raclette night? OK. Want an elephant-juggling venue? Just don’t drop them.
Chef Farid Tadjine sells his sticky sweet kalb el louz each year during Ramadan at Camden Halal on Lower Camden Street. Get it while you can.
From June until September, picnickers will descend on Smithfield Square each Sunday in an attempt to liven up the often barren plaza.
The Dublin dining scene hasn’t been a particularly dog-friendly one. Slowly but surely, thanks to places like the Dog House Blue’s Tearoom, that seems to be changing.
Put the cans away. With the upcoming Gin & Tonic Fest and a new Dublin gin down the line, the city looks set for some classy summer tipple.
Is Dublin ready for them? At the end of the three months the question will be answered: can a fully-fledged vegan eatery survive here?