Redrawing Dublin try the Middle Eastern feasting menu at Brother Hubbard on Capel Street. And ruminate on how planners should respond to the growing number of restaurants in the city.
Tag: Feeding Regeneration
Feeding Regeneration: Above the Boardwalk, the Winding Stair
As part of a series reviewing inner-city restaurants, and exploring the challenges facing their neighbourhoods, the Redrawing Dublin team visited the Winding Stair.
Feeding Regeneration: at Wuff, Crispy Hake and a Search for Green Space
In their latest take on foodie regeneration, the Redrawing Dublin team visit Wuff and note the locked park just a short stroll from the restaurant. They argue that there’s a lack of publicly accessible greenspace in the inner city.
Feeding Regeneration: At Union 8, Goji Berries and a View of Rundown Site
Redrawing Dublin discover the tastes of Union 8 in Kilmainham, where the view leads to a point-by-point demolition of official excuses for dereliction.
Feeding Regeneration: A New Series for Foodies and City-Lovers
In a new series of paired articles, Redrawing Dublin will look at some of the inner city’s great restaurants, and the challenges facing their neighbourhoods. Here’s their manifesto.
Feeding Regeneration: At Fish Shop, Flavoursome Food and Troublesome Traffic
Redrawing Dublin recently visited Fish Shop on Queen Street to try the brill and have a look at a big problem blocking the area’s regeneration: traffic.