Everyone enjoys a good stay-at-home night, whether it's on during weekdays, or on a weekend. And there could be plenty of reasons why we prefer to put on comfy peejays, warm socks and a hot tea and catch up with our Game of Thrones episodes (am I right?) .
There is no better Sunday than a good cold beer, tasty dinner and your favorite match on TV, right? Of course all this you can (probably) get in your own home but it doesn't taste as good as in a pub, where they serve it to you! And if you
We all love doughnuts, whether on its own or with a good coffee in Dublin. But it takes a great baker to create a good doughnut. First, it should have a sweet aroma and nice, yeasty flavor. And then when it comes to frosting, it shouldn't be sickeningly sweet and it
There is probably nothing better in the world than enjoying a sunny evening in the backyard with friends and grilled meat. That is of course if we are blessed with good weather. But what if it's bloody raining and you are in the mood for a meaty-licious steak for your
Your'e having a perfect good evening by enjoying a great dinner in Dublin with your friends. Then comes the waiter with one bill and here starts the awkward silence of splitting the check.
Sounds familiar? Sure it does.
Splitting the check has long lived on a fault-line of perceived maturity. We’ve all
No matter how big your meal was, there is always room for a good cake. Any must we add, they are a great addition to your freshly brewed coffee. From carrot cakes, pumpkin pies and berry tarts, coffee shops and restaurants try their best to attract hungry looking eyes to
There is no doubt that food is an experience, it's an emotion - no matter if you have a Chinese dumpling or tomato soup in front of you. Each flavor either reminds you of something from the past, it makes us happy or simply gives us a new type of
Thinking of a delicious breakfast in Dublin, but tired of the constant sunny side-up eggs they keep on slapping on the plate? That's true, sometimes coffee shops keep the same old boring recipe, without even knowing that there are so many amazing early bird options out there. But don't worry,
Nowadays, all you hear about is eating healthier, choosing the right organic products and changing from regular to soy milk. Customers are more focused on the quality of the food, rather than the quantity. Everywhere you go, you see coffee shops booming with healthy breakfast and lunch in Dublin. The
If there's a will, there's a way - and sometimes if you are really willing to make your dreams come true, creativity can sometimes come in handy. 2 owners have decided to open up a cozy restaurant in Terenure, offering stunning dishes and a warm atmosphere. They have transformed an
Dublin was struck with a sunny few days, and hopefully the weather will stay like this. Or even show up more often this summer. Speaking of summer, let's talk about sitting outside and enjoying that god damn delicious grilled meat from the grill. In a previous article we mentioned tips
When asked about the American food, most people say hamburgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, BBQ steaks and potato chips. You would probably have the same answer, wouldn't you? Well, that's true and even Wikipedia backs it up. But that ain't all bad, we all love hamburgers and fries and some
For those big meat eaters, ordering a salad in a coffee shop or restaurant seems like it won't fill you up for the rest of the day, or it just seems like a waste of money- or both. Why go out and pay for for a bunch of leaves sprinkled
Every proud owner of a grill has their own secret way of barbecuing, and most don't take kindly to backseat grilling advice. They know best, their method is good, period. However, exceptions should be made when that advice comes from pitmasters who’ve devoted their entire lives to the pursuit of
It's been a while the Hungry in Dublin team decided to write something on the sweeter side. We've mentioned plenty of best places to eat in Dublin, including lunches and breakfasts, but we haven't mentioned any dessert-like locations. Not to worry though, all is to be revealed! OK, so if
Everybody wants to save, either for holidays, new car, house or just to for the sake of having money. So whatever it is, we know we have to cut down costs. Shopping for clothes and shoes is the first thing to go, but what if you want to save even
If you read the title and clicked on the article, then you probably know who is Anthony Bourdain. What's that, ya don't know? No worries, thanks for clicking anyways. Anthony is a famous chef, author and drinker who became one of television's most recognizable faces, thanks to his food and
You probably heard about this place. Yeah you did. It was mentioned a couple of times by Lovin Dublin and other sites But today it's Hungry in Dublin's turn to talk about it. Yamamori is an award-winning Japanese cuisine with delicious beers, whiskeys and cocktails on the menu. It is
One of the best ethnic foods around the world is Indian. And there is no doubt that Ireland is much in love in curry as any other country. The multiple flavors hitting you taste palates at the same time, the spiciness of ingredients or the amazing smell are just a
You are probably spending thousands of euros on food. That's right, you. This includes lunches, breakfasts, popcorn in the movie and late night pizzas. According to theJournal.ie, an adequate food budget for a healthy diet is €57 per week per adult. Multiply that with a number of weeks in a year
Known for their rich flavor, multiple health benefits and crunchy texture, granola breakfast is a preferred choice by many early and not so early birds. It is this type of food that can be enjoyed as a first or second meal of the day. They can be served with regular
Just when you thought Kimmage Road could not be any more dull (kidding!), yet it surprises you with a lovely cafe. Located on one of the busy corners, The Hungry Duck invites hungry swans and ducklings to their nest. It is a place where a friendly atmosphere lives and good
It's been a while since Harold's Cross Road had something to be excited about. With petrol stations, old pubs and little local stores, it seemed, like it was just going to stay this way. Until one day, a new cafe decided to enter the area and make some noise.
So, you've made a boo boo in your relationship and now your partner is mad at you. You're walking on egg shells around the house, trying not to make her mad even more (yeah, that's right, we said "her" cause you're probably an emotionless robot-man). So, how do you show
As if you needed another healthy cafe, Joe's coffee comes in and drops the mic. With three locations around the city, the Hungry in Dublin team decided to visit the one on Montague Street, close to St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre. This one attracts customers with its elegant and charming
You love it, every bite of it. The taste reminds you of your childhood memories, where things were more fun and simpler back then. Your mom would call you for a perfectly grilled sandwich and a glass of milk. And that was all of your worries and troubles.
And maybe it
By candy companies we mean the big businesses that brought us so much sweet and joy. We all love a bit of sugar every now and then. And although you may regret is after eating it, you enjoy every bit of it. However, sometimes companies want to make a big
Rathmines is becoming an exciting area to spend your free time. Exciting pubs where comedians perform on week days, barbershops with live bands. Even the 1923 Stella Cinema is set to reopen in Summer. It is indeed evolving and attracting more and more people. And if you're wondering about the
We love Rathmines and we think that many people feel the same way. Brimming with energy, life the main Street called Rathmines Road Lower offers more than bakeries and grocery stores. Here, you are able to find cafes, pubs, swimming pools, even book stores and a shopping centre. But today the
We now live in an age where small and independent coffee shops are becoming more and more popular. This may be because people are interested in the simplicity, the unique taste and home-like feeling whenever you walk into one. One after one, those coffee shops attract certain type of customers
Who would have ever thought that ice-cream would be selling at a vast pace during spring, autumn and even winter? Well, apparently the owners of Scoop believed that these frosty delights will sell all year round. To top it up (get it?), the little store offers a wide variety of
We all probably know how busy Leeson Street can get during lunch hours. The staff at every coffee shop have their hands full every minute (did you see the waiting line for Emer’s Kitchen?). Anyways, The Gerard’s Deli serves to-go meals. Sandwiches, wraps, salads, pastry, even sausage rolls. Great spot
In the mood for porridge this morning? We know a great place serving it every day. Grove Road, located at the beginning of Rathmines Road Lower, facing La Touce Bridge (or more commonly known as the Portobello Bridge by the cool kids), this busy cafe has just the breakfast dish
On one of the busiest streets in Dublin, Baggot Street has welcomed a unique and modern cafe to their upper area, called Eathos. Vegetarian and vegan friendly, gluten-free, dairy-free and full of protein meals to boost up your energy levels for the rest of the day. Purely heaven for leaf-lovers.
This is no joke and you actually read it correctly. Eating ice cream for breakfast can be good for you, according to a Japanese study. Here is why:
The Japanese study cited by The Telegraph reveals, that eating this delicious dessert in the morning can increase your alertness. What’s more, it
You probably know by now which food market are we talking about. Located in the heart of Greystones, The Happy Pear is spreading its love to healthy living by offering organic and fresh produce. Here, the market is packed with colorful fruits and vegetables, as well as plant-based and prepacked
The pig in a tub is actually a logo. We’re not entirely sure if there is an actual pig bathing itself somewhere in the pub, but we’ll keep an eye on it. Anyways, we’d like to let you know about this amazing gastropub, called The Old Spot, where the food is unforgettable
Harcourt Street – packed with hotels and nightclubs, we don’t normally think of it as a breakfast location. But here’s where you’re wrong to think that. The Hungry in Dublin team decided to test one of the eateries during breakfast in Dublin hours.
Located on the top floor, the Sophie’s restaurant
Whether you are a big bread fan or not, sometimes your body is craving that gigantic and succulent sandwich you saw earlier in the store you passed by. It could be the carbs, the protein or simply the cheese and ham you’re missing in your diet. Whatever it is, Hungry
Dublin 14 has a great reason to be proud of. Located on one of its corners local pub, called The Bottle Tower, invites young and senior customers to its amazing nest. Great food and beer lives here and it’s also a perfect place to watch your favorite sport while enjoying