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10 of the Best - Eat


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FOR BREAKFAST - TEN OF THE BEST


Ballymaloe Breakfast
The promise of a good breakfast is often the clinching factor when deciding where to book for a short break - and quite right too, as going the extra mile with breakfast tells you a great deal about a place and the way it is run. It’s something that we at the Guide feel strongly enough about to make it the focus of a new standalone awards initiative, and the ‘Georgina Campbell Irish Breakfast Awards 2017- In Association with Failte Ireland’ were hosted recently by Dublin’s InterContinental Hotel - a Five Star that’s no slouch itself when it comes to providing a good breakfast.
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SUNDAY LUNCH - TEN OF THE BEST


MacNean Restaurant
Although always popular, Sunday lunch has moved into a whole new phase of late and it can be a seriously classy outing, where the venue is chosen with care so that family members of all ages can get together in lovely surroundings and enjoy the very best of food - and at a more reasonable price than is usual at dinner. It’s an especially appealing proposition in spring too, as the days are lengthening - perhaps a voucher could be the perfect treat for Mother’s Day. And accommodation is available at (or very near) all of the suggestions below, so why not make a job of it and take Monday off?
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NEWCOMERS - TEN OF THE BEST


Boqueria - Howth
It has been an exhilarating year in Irish food and hospitality, with visitor numbers surging and a host of exciting new openings - sometimes hard to keep track of in fact, in the cities especially. Here are just a few of the new places that we particularly enjoyed this year, some a little newer than others but all well worth a try.
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HARVEST BREAKS & VEGETARIAN COOKING


Ballyvolane House
Georgina Campbell suggests some interesting destinations for an off-season break at this time of plenty. These are just a few of the places where nature's bounty is celebrated in wonderful ways: foraging expeditions, cookery courses and, of course, delicious seasonal meals that make the most of the harvest - often with a special focus on vegetarian cooking
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FOOD TRAILS & FESTIVALS - TEN OF THE BEST


open farm ni
Ireland's food events are currently so many and various that the following selection is just a sample of the best ones that will please visitors with a serious interest in food, its landscape and sustainability - and, in most cases, also offer fun and education for all age groups.
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