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Tag: Camden Street
Are Gardaí Clamping Down on People Who Beg in the City?
The Garda Press Office said they aren’t running a specific operation right now. But some say Gardaí have been more active in moving people on, and charging them with begging-related offences.
Follow-up Briefs: City Wifi, JD Wetherspoon, and More
What’s the latest on the Epicurean Food Hall, unpaid work trials, that stretch of vacant buildings on Camden St, and the city centre’s free wifi?
At Pickle On Camden Street, Modern Indian “Street Food”
The decor is Indian kitsch, with colourful posters from Bollywood films and vintage Air India adverts on stripped-back walls.
A Dirty Stained-Glass Window Reveals Slice of History
A reader’s question prompted us to research a strip of buildings on Camden Street, and learn about their stained-glass history and Weatherspoons-hotel future.
At Delahunt, a Trip to the Roots of Irish Cuisine
The chef at Delahunt restaurant on Camden Street has a collection of antique cookbooks from the 1800s that he turns to for inspiration.
From Algeria, a Camden Street Ramadan Treat
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.
What’s The Matter With Long Lane?
Long Lane residents have faced regular vandalism and a brush with gangland crime. What is it about this street?