Who Was There And What Was Served: Here's What Went Down At Moët Party Day In Dublin

It's always a good time when champagne is involved

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Moët Ireland joined the rest of the world this Saturday evening for Moët Party Day 2016. 

Participants stopped into three of Dublin's top city centre locations, kicking off with delicious food pairings and glasses of Moët champagne at The Black Door. 

James Kavanagh and William Murray of Currabinny assembled a tasty menu of canapés – crab toasts with asparagus spears, pastry bites of grilled chicken breast with grapefruit glaze and glazed beet and burrata toasts. The main was a gratin of hake with tomatoes, basil, olives and parmesan.


A particularly slick touch in the venue was the Instagram feed screen – scrolling through posts of people at the other events around the world, which gave it all something of a global feel.

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Café en Seine was the next stop – host James Patrice Butler said a few words to the crew, as they munched on gorgeous sweet treats and deserts. 

The night went Rosé at Lillie's Bordello for more of a club feel – photos galore, bubbles in the air, balloons, late night salmon, olive and mozzarella to taste and, of course, more champagne. 


The dance floor was absolutely jammers, as Vogue Williams took the deck for a raving performance.  

Lovely stuff altogether.

Now. When's the next one?

Written By

Logan Hassig

Logan is a coffee addict and outdoor enthusiast from Kansas (yes, Kansas) exploring one city at a time. You can find her cycling through the streets of Dublin on her rusty, secondhand bike or feasting in the park.

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