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Foodies who like mouth-watering menus at great-value prices are in for a treat this week. From Monday 26th of March to Sunday 1st April over 50 Dublin city centre restaurants are celebrating city centre dining by offering fantastic value, great-tasting menus and entertainment for Dine in Dublin restaurant week.
 
The Dine in Dublin restaurant week is a bi-annual event which takes place in March and October that aims to promote city centre dining while encouraging restaurants to showcase their unique offerings. This culinary initiative is organised by Dublin City Business Improvement District and supported by the Restaurant Association of Ireland.
 
The restaurants will present special menus, including a mouth-watering selection of starters, mains and desserts. A new feature this year will include cocktail flaring, musical entertainment, question and answer sessions with the head chefs, master classes and daily twitter giveaways. Also, another exciting aspect of Dine in Dublin this year is the inclusion of special menus from some of Dublin city centre's top tier restaurants including Pichet, Le Cave and Marco Pierre White. The Rustic Stone will also be offering a special €15 RAW lunch menu, a simple concept of applying less heat allowing the ingredients in their purest form to dominate the flavour.
 
Dine in Dublin is the perfect opportunity to visit your favourite restaurant or experience a restaurant you’ve always wanted to try. So if you’re looking for an excuse to treat yourself to a fabulous, reasonably priced meal then there really is no better time than this week. There’s a restaurant to suit everybody’s tastes and requirements, from casual dining eateries like Gotham Cafe and relaxed tapas restaurants like Havana to fine bistro restaurants like Brasserie Sixty6. Visit www.dineindublin.ie for a list of participating restaurants and specially priced menus.
 

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