It can be hard to keep up with everything happening on the Dublin restaurant scene. It's our job to do just that but even we struggle, with a new venue seeming to pop up every hour.
To get you up to speed this week, we've picked out five of the hottest venues to open (or, in one case, reopen).
Time to pop on the fat pants and to try them all post-haste.
1. The all new Pichet
For years this has been one of the most popular venues in town. They've been closed for a while to give the place a makeover, develop an exciting new menu and make it even more beautiful, but they just reopened last night.
— Gordon Johnson (@gordoj) May 10, 2016
This brand new pizza spot on Baggot Street is serving wonderfully simple pizzas and all at very affordable prices.
— Cirillo's (@cirillosdublin) April 17, 2016
3. Tram Café
An excellent little addition to the city down beside the Jervis centre. Do some shopping, then pop in and relax outside with coffee and cake.
— Karl (@KarloMaz) May 9, 2016
4. The Coburg
New high end classy brasserie in the Conrad Hotel which is getting rave reviews. Book in with friends for a fancy weekend lunch at the best value.
— Gillian Nelis (@gnelis) May 9, 2016
5. Tang By Yogism
New café on the corner of Dawson Street and St Stephen's Green. Serving great tasting food at affordable prices.
Those pancakes are feckin' delicious.
This was my breakfast this morning from tang on dawson street in Dublin,how amazing pic.twitter.com/qMMls4Z08J
— Grace (@falling4who) May 3, 2016