Secret Nazi bank accounts.
Previously: Those Who Feel The Breath Of Sadness
I’m eating here.
Lunch on the steps of Powerscourt Shopping Centre, Dublin 2.
Nice mullet/trucker hat mix (left), in fair.
Fáilte Ireland Allocates €9m In Funding For 38 locations For Outdoor Dining Facilities (Hospitality Ireland)
The pedestrianisation of two streets in Dublin city centre is being extended by four weeks, Dublin City Council has announced.
Last night, the council said on Twitter that the pedestrianisation of Capel Street and Parliament Street was due to end this weekend.
This afternoon the local authority said the trial will now run until 26 September following representations by councillors including the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alison Gilliland.
Pedestrianisation of two Dublin streets to end this weekend (RTÉ)
Malahide village, county Dublin.
A High Court challenge has been brought against Fingal County Council’s decision to pedestrianise New Street in the village to allow for outdoor dining.
Meanwhile, this morning.
Representatives from the hospitality industry are due to hold talks with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin.
The Hospitality Forum, which includes hotel, restaurant and licensed vintner groups, meets ministers every three or four months.
Today’s long scheduled meeting is timely as it will be the first opportunity for the hospitality industry to engage with members of the Cabinet, which yesterday paused the reopening of indoor activity for an unspecified period of time.
Hospitality representatives to hold talks with Govt ministers (RTÉ)
Drury Street, Dublin 2.
Thanks Sauvignon Blanc
Earlier: Dine Another Day
Dublin city centre.
An outbreak of outdoor dining plus a hen day for Kildare bride Maeve Morrin from Kildare (above in white).