We love finding and sharing the best things in Dublin with you here on the blog but we also encourage you guys to take photos with #lovindublin on either Twitter or Instagram. The standard seems to get better every single week and just firing up the Hashtag has us drooling and loving the city we live in. Here are the top 10 things we have spotted you guys sharing this week.
The best food in the world is always produced by restaurants that keep things simple and who rely on their raw produce. You can just tell this simple dish looks epic.
Today's Beef Carpaccio w/quail eggs, rocket & Regato cheese! #carpaccio #kingsitric @TPattschull #lovindublin #howth pic.twitter.com/XoCqzLy6X1
— King Sitric (@KingSitric) June 1, 2014
Dublin's newest bridge opened last week and we are starting to see lots of people sharing photos like this one offering an entirely new view of the most famous bridge of them all.
The winding stair have been producing great food in the capital for ages and this piece of lamb looks as if it was cooked to absolute perfection. Delish.
Pearl Brasserie is one of the most underrated restaurants in the capital and it looks as if they absolutely nailed this panna cotta.
Best panna cotta I've ever had @PearlBrasserie #lovindublin #minireview pic.twitter.com/lk7zWLH3U8
— Andrew Moran (@ajhmorno) June 1, 2014
The weather over the entire weekend was pretty special and it has been through most of spring so far. We've been seeing loads of sunset photos but this one is seriously hard to beat.
Such a lovely evening in Dun Laoighre #LovinDublin #walks #sunset pic.twitter.com/N5cZm5YQKs
— Gigi Tynan (@GigiTynan) May 31, 2014
4th.Epic Tower View
Taken down in Sandycove this has to be one of the most iconic views in the capital and this photo makes it look as if it could be the south of France.
Rustic stone are well known for their healthy options and focus on superfoods and this photos shows just how big and healthy their portions are.
Yogism must have queues stretching around the block at this time of year and this photo shows you why. Their Froyo is the best in town and you can convince yourself it is actually good for you!
If you need to take somebody out for a special occasion then the one thing you have to do in Dublin is afternoon tea in one of the big hotels. As this picture suggests the Shelbourne would be a pretty good place to start!