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Food festivals in Ireland?

Food festivals in Ireland?

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We were thinking of trying out Taste of Dublin, where some of Dublin's finest restaurants and the country's most renowned producers bring their kitchens right to you. Or for something more intimate, maybe the Armagh Apple Blossom Festival in May? It looks like a cute festival that celebrates the humble Bramley apple in all of its forms.

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When it comes to drinks, the Belfast Craft Beer Festival in April looks amazing – it showcases the very best in Irish craft beer, ciders and distilleries. Have any of the adventurous souls out there attended Féile na Mara (Festival of the Sea) held on Achill Island in County Galway? We want to sample the Atlantic's bountiful harvest while we're here!

For some rural flavour, we might try out Donegal, for A Taste of Donegal, or the Enniscorthy Rockin' Food Festival, a combination of great local seafood and swinging music! Does anyone have any experience of these?


Posted Tue 21 Mar 2017 4:04 PM
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