What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

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Everyone was there.

Last night.

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, Dublin 2.

The opening night of Little Pyg Pizza bringing dough maestro Enzo Coccia’s ‘legendary Neapolitan pizzas’ to Dublin.

Finally.

From top: Aishling Elliott and Brian Kennedy; Irene Hennessy (left) and Saoirse Kavanagh; Jules Mahon and Rebecca O Toole; Clyde Carroll and Paul Byrne; Nuala McKenna and Clare McKenna; Seán Munsanje; Niamh Mckeown and Zoe Ryan; Svetlana Jersova and Phil Costello; Emily McEvoy and Niamh McGroder.

Leon Farrell/Photocall ireland

20 thoughts on “What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Shot to the gills with botox.. and, why you might ask do they bother ? They could do worse to start by visiting a tailor.. the entire lot of them. Car crash people in car crash clothes.

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      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        it’s like there are no personal shoppers in Dublin !
        actually I saw one in action the other day, sticking a larger trusting lady into the worst possible dress for her figure ever, all the while telling her it was flattering,
        herself wearing a tassled shawl over a leather jacket, large floppy black hat and sunglasses indoors…sigh

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  1. Janet, I ate my avatar

    last gripe, why don’t Irish ladies embrace the curls, there’s probably one there who has naturally straight hair, I bet it would suit the faces better to go natural

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  2. Dr.Fart

    we don’t need more pizza places. dublin pizza company, uno, proof, daves, tiger, loads more, then all the chain ones like dominoes etc. .. another one on the pile is overkill. especially in that central high, would be nice to have something a bit different, like a pasta take-away spot. also the camera man for these photos did a terrible job.

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