Win dinner for two at La Caverna and theatre show tickets
RTÉ Food has teamed up with La Caverna in Temple Bar and the nearby Smock Alley Theatre to offer one reader a unique prize of dinner for two and two tickets to an opening night theatre show.
Win a three-course dinner for two at Italian restaurant La Caverna and two tickets to the opening night celebration of J.M. Synge's The Playboy of the Western World at the newly restored Smock Alley Theatre 1662, on Thursday July 12th.
A proud member of 'Ciao Italia', a worldwide group of fine Italian restaurants, La Caverna is a little taste of Italy in Dublin, creating a tradition of excellence. Experience off-the-pier fresh seafood, hand-cut beef filets, scrumptious stews or any of our other mouthwatering dishes.
The menu emphasises the use of simple fresh ingredients, skilfully combined to bring out the best of a wide range of traditional Italian dishes. The newly renovated 300 year-old wine cellar dining area is a beautifully crafted 18th Century Barrel vault updated with soft lighting and superb selection of wines.
La Caverna also has great offers available from Sunday – Thursday; Choose any two selected dishes and pay for just one and another offer to receive a 20% discount voucher. Both offers are present on the website.
The Playboy of the Western World runs at Smock Alley Theatre from Tuesday, 10th July – Sunday 5th August. Smock Alley Players' second production sees Patrick Sutton direct Ireland's best-loved play.
A tale of longing, love, and loss - Pegeen Mike falls for the charms of Christy Mahon against a backdrop of the rugged west coast of Ireland. This classic tale of heroism, lies, and deceit will entertain and bewitch you.
Terms and conditions apply. RTÉ is not responsible for any content on external websites. This competition will close on Friday July 6th at 5pm. Winners will be notified by email only and must be available to attend the opening night show on Thursday July 12th. La Caverna is open from 5pm onwards and the show starts at 7:30pm in nearby Smock Alley theatre.
Competition is closed