9 Reasons You Need To Take A Day Trip To Naas This Weekend
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Sometimes it's nice to get out of the city and be a tourist for the day, and where better to start than the town of kings; Nás na Ríogh.
Listed below is just a selection of all of the deadly things Naas has to offer for a quick trip, and why it will make you want to stay just that bit longer...
1. The Lemongrass's new sushi menu
These guys have a whopper new sushi lunch menu that is to die for, as well as Asian and Teriyaki menus that are worth any trip.
2. Grace's, looking better than ever
And they have a killer new cocktail menu which won't break the bank.
3. Naas Racecourse
Whether you have the kids or not, Naas Racecourse on a nice day is one of the best places to be.
And their family fun days (go-karting, bouncing castles and pony rides to name a few) sound like the best thing ever for fun-lovers of every age.
4. One New Row
Naas' newest haunt is proper cool, with a buzzing atmosphere and an incredible cocktail menu as well as craft beer as far as the eye can see. It also boasts a late bar open until 3am – not too shabby, and worth turning your day trip into a night trip for.
5. The Blowdry Bar
Naas' newest hotspot is way more than just a beauticians.
No cuts, no colour, just blowdries for €20. And these guys know their stuff.
6. Las Rada wine and tapas bar
In here you'll find some of the best tapas this side of España.
Like their current fish of the week; curried monkfish with pomegranate raita.
7. Golf, golf and more golf
With a plethora of golf clubs available around the area, you're absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to teeing off.
Or getting a good feed in the club house...
8. The Farmer's Market
The Naas Farmer's Market has been up and running for a decade now, and it's only getting better by the year.
People from all over flock to the market to pick up some of the fresh goods of a Sunday, and more importantly - to feel super smug about it. Sign us up.
9. And finally, to get a slice of that metropolitan way of life
You can't deny it...