In case you hadn’t noticed, we think Dublin’s pretty great.
This city has everything, and it’s only getting better.
So at the end of each work week, we are giving our lovely readers a run-down of what the Lovin Dubliners are lovin’ in Dublin this week by showing some well-deserved love for our personal faves.
Today’s list range spans from food to drinks and back to food – less beauty and fitness than last week but with one very special and worthy mention
Lovin’ something in Dublin this week? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear all about it
1. Dublin Fire Brigade
It is no secret that we are your biggest fans, Dublin Fire Brigade.
And after hearing this message from firefighter Joe Moran we have decided to give you guys our top spot this week – which was a seriously busy week for you all.
Keep up the good work – we appreciate all you do more than you’ll ever know <3
2. Coffeeangel almond hot chocolate
Our Liz O’Malley is a lactose intolerant has gotten us all hooked on this creamy and dreamy chocolate drink.
Coffeeangel – you’ve nailed the non-dairy alternatives.
Located under the Cliff Townhouse at 22 St Stephen’s Green you will find Dublin’s newest restaurant – Urchin.
What they serve is pure, seafood-influenced decadence. If you’re planning on giving yourself a treat in the near future, this is where you should be headed.
4. Sambos – Granthams
We would like to say a massive thank you to Granthams for serving some of the best sambos in Dublin. Their sambos are the thing we never ever knew we were missing in Dublin, and we never wanna lose ’em.
If you haven’t tried one yet – make shapes.
5. Protein coffee – Urban Health
If you’re not one for glugging down some protein after a workout then this could very well be the answer.
Urban Health offer a delicious protein coffee – but you could very easily recreate it at home with some peanut butter, protein powder, coffee and almond milk all in a blender!
6. Shrooms on toast – Fia
Finally got to try these mushrooms on toast during the week – and I can now die happy.
For €9 you can enjoy a heap of balsamic braised girolle and portobello mushrooms on sourdough toast with salsa verde, fresh herbs and truffle creme fraiche.
Add an egg for €1 and Bob is your uncle.
Yum, yum, yum.
As anyone who lives near Stoneybatter will know, Lilliput is an absolute gem for foodies and is our first port of call on a Saturday morning to stock up on brunch ingredients.
Think delish sourdough bread, ripe avocados, soft buffalo mozzarella, Gubbeen bacon and relishes from local producers – all washed down with some Ariosa coffee.