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.
Lobster has to be one of the best things you can possibly eat and when we saw this picture from Rock Lobster it made us wonder why we don’t eat there more often. Epic.
The sun has been shining a lot recently and there is no better way to enjoy it than by heading down to the canal with a couple of cans and enjoying the company of a few mates.
Brother hubbard do all sorts of amazing food but it has to be brunch where they excel the most. These semolina pancakes look off the charts good!
We shared our own recipe for stuffed squash a couple of weeks ago and this one looks as if it could be just as nice. Served in the gorgeous winding stair restaurant.
Grogans is by far one of the most iconic pubs in Dublin but even a photo wouldn’t do it justice compared to this absolutely gorgeous painting.
5th.A Google View
Google are one of the best known foreign companies in town and it is such a shame that we don’t all get to see this view from the top of their offices of our wonderful little city!
4rd.Best Fry Up Ever?
We said this was one of the best fry ups we’ve ever had in the Butchers grill and it looks as if somebody agrees with our review. Perfect hangover fodder.
3rd.Simple Tomato Pasta
There is nothing that gets us more excited than seeing people cooking our recipes and then taking pictures of them. We try to simplify everything and it looks like this tomato pasta worked out great!
There is no better place in the world than a sunny June evening in Dublin when the sun is hitting the Liffey like this. Absolute magic.
We’ve been seeing lots of people Jet skiing, kayaking and doing lots of other sports on the Liffey this spring and summer. Isn’t it about time we forgot about the dirty image of the river and embraced the water running through our city? Good to see.