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  • vegan burger recipe for your next BBQ

    vegan burger

    Carrot and Kidney Bean Burger with Sesame Bun and Chilli Tomato Chutney If you’re vegetarian, vegan or simply looking to cut down on your meat try this highly tasty burger for your next summer BBQ. You need just a handful of ingredients – most of which you probably already have to hand. So dust off […]

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  • local coffee spots


    Get your coffee fix… Ireland is a country of loyal tea drinkers, we love our tea! And whilst Ireland continues to enjoy a ‘cuppa’ or several of the delicious beverage (the Irish average is 5 cups per day), the surge of a coffee obsessed generation has emerged. Dublin has recently been named the second most […]

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  • quirky experiences in the city

    vintage tea trips

    we’ve rounded up some alternative things to do in Dublin that are quirky (like ourselves) and a little off the beaten track. fancy a few cocktails in a carpark? ever had afternoon tea on a bus? for experiences like this and more, take a quick look at some of our suggestions. Walking Food Tours the […]

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  • goal setting for 2022

    Don’t bother with New Years resolutions this year as they rarely work. Pressure from what everyone else is doing coupled with the cold and dark days in January makes starting new challenges very difficult to follow through with. Instead, allow yourself some space (especially if you are quarantining!) to write down some goals for the […]

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  • shop local this christmas

    shop local Henry street xmas

    If you’re planning to shop local this Christmas but need some inspiration then let us help you with our recommendation of shops to support near us! Arnotts – Dublin 1 This department store is an iconic city centre spot. Located on Henry Street, one of the main shopping streets just off the Spire. The store […]

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  • things to do in dublin this halloween

    Mount Stewart_Social Media autumn blog pic

    We have put together a handy guide of things to do in Dublin this spooky season with something to suit everyone!   Luggswood Located at the foothills of the Dublin mountains you will find Luggwoods spooky Forest trail. The perfect day out for all the family – get dressed up and follow the trail to […]

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  • the perfect summer vegan recipe

    Black fig and apple salad with honey orange dressing  We love a tasty vegan recipe at the gibson! This black fig and apple salad is the perfect light dish for summer that’s healthy, sustainable and best of all delicious 🙂 Give this simple recipe a try and enjoy a light snack within minutes. Recipe serves […]

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  • discover phoenix park

    Phoenix Park

    Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed park in Europe of over 707 hectares and is twice the size of Central Park in New York City. It is home to the residence of the President of Ireland, Aras an Uachtaráin, the residence of the American Ambassador, Dublin Zoo and a beautiful herd of over 600 wild […]

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  • sandymount beach & village

    Sandymount 6

    Exploring Sandymount Beach is a fantastic walk to enjoy at any time of the day, but the morning sun can often be the best. The expanse of Sandymount Beach is at its best when the tide is right out, but of course it is equally as enjoyable when the tide is in.  The Coast Road […]

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  • dublin city walking tour

    Dublin City Sites

    Dublin is a walkable city. It’s flat, compact, and friendly. It’s an old city, built around the designs of a medieval town where walking and travel by horse and cart were the only modes of travel. Today walking still is the best way to get around with the added advantage of the Luas. My advice […]

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