Dive into the features you want to see

Abortion alcohol alcohol free america Art artist spotlight awards beer Belfast best best looking Best New Music beyond the pale booze Brexit British Cannabis cbd Cheese chocolate Christmas climate change closure Coffee collaboration College Green Comedy cooking counter culture counterculture Cover Story Covid Culture DC Films Derelict Ireland Direct Provision Drink drug Drugs Dublin Dublin City Council Dublin International Film Festival easter Entertainment Environment equality Fashion feature feminism Festival Film First Listen Food gaeilge Gaming General News gift gifts Gigs Graphic Design guinness harm reduction Harry Styles healthcare Heaters Heatwave heist Hennessy Homelessness Housing HSE ice cream Identity instagram Interview introduction to ireland Irish Irish coffee Irish News irishmade justice Justice League Kanye West launch Leonardo DiCaprio LGBTQ+ List Lists Literature Living Hell Lockdown Index Made by District Made in Ireland magdalene laundries meme Mental Health menu merch metoo Michelin mural Music narolane new menu New Music News nightclub nom non-binary nphet One of everything Opener Openers opening openings Opinion Pairing pancakes Photography Pints Podcasts Politics pop up pop ups potatoes Premiere presents Pride queer Ray Fisher reservations Restaurants restrictions rugby Science Shebeen Shite Talk shitetalk signature dish Skateboarding small batch Social Media soup Space Subset sustainability tacos Taxis Technology Television The Big Grill theatre Thumbstopper tiktok To Be Irish Top 10 Tracks Top Ten Tracks Traffic Trans rights Transport Travellers trends TV Ukraine Ultimate Food Guide vegan Visual Art vodka Weed where to eat whiskey wine Women's rights Workman's youtube
Food / April 20, 2022

Here’s how to get 25% off your favourite restaurants

Natalia Falcão - @nfalcao_
Food / April 20, 2022

Here’s how to get 25% off your favourite restaurants

Words: Shamim de Brún

Dining Week is a ten-day celebration of Ireland’s return to normality after years of lockdowns.

Customers who book via the Dining Week website will enjoy a twenty-five per cent discount on their food bill any time during the celebration. There is a booking fee of one euro but this will be donated directly to St Vincent de Paul. Bookings are open now and are available for groups of two to eight people.

#DiningWeekIE. Pictured is Jennifer Walsh, Head Chef, Pink. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Restaurants taking part include; Hen’s Teeth, The Guinea Pig, B Skewers BBQ SHOP, Bang Restaurant, Beef and Lobster, Bon Appetit, Cleaver East, Dillinger’s, Donnybrook Gastro Pub, Charlotte Quay, Nannetti’s and more.

Dining Week is supported by the Restaurants Association of Ireland and Fáilte Ireland and sponsored by WorldPay from FIS.

#DiningWeekIE Photograph: Leon Farrell / Photocall Ireland

James Lenehan, the entrepreneur behind EarlyTable, the platform hosting Dining Week, said, “It’s been a long and difficult two years for our hospitality industry, and we hope that DiningWeek is the kickstart that’s needed now. A small booking fee is required on the EarlyTable platform, but for DiningWeek, we decided to donate the fee to St Vincent de Paul given the great work they are doing to support the hosting of Ukrainian refugees”.

Garrett Clifford of Worldpay, sponsors of DiningWeek said: “Worldpay are thrilled to support Early Table with our sponsorship of Dining Week, a fantastic initiative to help and support our Restaurant sector in Ireland”.

Adrian Cummins of the Restaurants Association of Ireland said: “We are delighted to introduce Dining Week and see it as an ongoing initiative that will help support the restaurant industry. Dining Week will encourage patrons to re-engage with local eateries and celebrate quality food and hospitality across Ireland.”

To book a table during Dining Week, visit the website: www.diningweek.ie

Elsewhere on Char: Where to eat Seafood