Dublin Has A Delightful New Tapas Trail
Who says you need to be basking in the Barcelona sun to enjoy tapas? Dublin has an ever-growing network of amazing Spanish restaurants, and the new Campo Viejo Tapas Trail celebrates just that.
You can discover the of Spanish food, whilst ambling from eatery to eatery in Dublin city centre, sharing a selection of authentic Spanish tapas and enjoying a glass of Campo Viejo wine in each restaurant.
Running from the 3rd to the 28th of June, the Campo Viego Tapas trail will run every Wednesday evening and every Sunday afternoon.
The trail kicks off on South William Street at Bagots Hutton Wine Emporium before moving on to Zaragoza, then guests will stoll over to Salamanca on St. Andrew's Street before the final destination of Drury Buildings on Drury Street.
Take a look at this video as you see the chefs in Drury Buildings prepare some of the delicious tapas on offer...
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