Easy to craft with whiskey and ginger ale, the Whiskey Ginger cocktail isn’t just a great drink to enjoy on St. Patrick’s day. It’s a great drink to enjoy all year long.
Ireland Food Travel
Ireland is a must visit for food travelers thanks to Irish food favorites like Soda Bread and Boxty. Check out our food guides for Dublin and the Wild Atlantic Way and start planning your Ireland food trip now!
Ireland Quick Facts
- Continent – Europe
- Schengen – No
- Currency – Euro
- Language – English
- Restaurant Tipping – Optional if Service Not Included
If you’re looking for traditional Irish coffee, you’ve come to the wrong place. This Dublin cafe guide showcases our picks for the best coffee shops in Dublin Ireland. Though we focus on specialty coffee in Dublin, we include one alcoholic coffee option because Dublin’s in Ireland after all.
Wondering where to eat in Dublin? After eating and drinking our way through the Irish capital during three separate visits, we share our favorite Dublin restaurants and pubs in a comprehensive Dublin food guide.
The Wild Atlantic Way in Western Ireland is arguably one of the most beautiful spots in the world. But what about the food??? We’ve got you covered with where you should eat during your West Ireland food tour.
There is no better way to experience oysters that at an oyster farm like Carlingford Oyster Company in Ireland, especially when there’s a sunset.
Looking for a fun way to spend a day during your Ireland vacation? We recommend a Dublin day trip to Newgrange and Carlingford especially if you like history and oysters.
Why eat a boring hotel breakfast when the food at Brother Hubbard is so good? See what it’s like to eat breakfast at this classic Dublin brunch spot.