It’s Pay Day! Treat Yourself with One of these 5 Fabulous Dining Experiences

Pay Day Treats

Pay day has finally arrived and why not treat yourself for all your hard work with a dining experience at one of Dublin’s best restaurants.

Whether you are in the mood for Italian, Japanese, or want to go the extra mile with an Michelin starred meal we have something for you – and all for a snip of the regular price.

Taste at Rustic

Taste at Rustic

Where: Since opening in June 2015, Taste at Rustic by Dylan McGrath has earned praise for its considered design, from the kitchen to the menu, that serves far more than just sushi, its use of premier ingredients like wagyu beef and toro tuna belly, and cooking techniques from Japan, Spain and South America that enable an exploration of flavour.

What’s Included: 4 course from the Omakase Menu for two people with a bottle of wine.

Price: €80

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Osteria Lucio

Where: Nestled underneath the arches at the Malting Tower on Grand Canal Dock, at Osteria Lucio Chefs and long time friends Ross Lewis and Luciano Tona unite their love of Irish and Italian food with the very best of produce, from both countries.

What’s Included: 4 course dinner for two people with a carafe of wine.

Price: €65

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L’Ecrivain

Where: Established by chef Derry Clarke and his wife Sallyanne over 27 years ago, l’Ecrivain restaurant on Baggot Street is still regarded as one of the country’s leading restaurants, excelling on giving the full French gastronomic treatment to seasonal Irish ingredients.

What’s Included: 3 courses from the Seasonal Dinner Menu with tea or coffee and petit fours for 2 people.

Price: €75

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Luna

Where: Inspired by the Italian restaurants of 1950’s America, on entering Luna you are transported back to this sophisticated era with Head Chef Hugh Higgins’ signature dishes such as those using fresh hand made pasta and superb service by Luna’s front of house team headed up by Declan Maxwell.

What’s Included: 3 Course dinner for two people with a bottle of wine plus tea or coffee.

Price: €80

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Cleaver East

Cleaver East

Where: Cleaver East, a critically acclaimed restaurant  that opened in 2013,  is situated in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar.  A memorable night is guaranteed at this New York style restaurant with a friendly, energetic service, a bold menu featuring playful touches, a large selection of dry aged beef cuts and an extensive wine list.

What’s Included: 3 course meal for two people

Price: €50

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