The annual food fest, Dine in Dublin, returns from October 21 - 27 with an array of great value meals in top restaurants across the city.

Dublin’s food festival, Dine in Dublin, is once again bringing a feast of cultural delights to the city this October for a fantastic 9th season. From Monday, 21 to Sunday, 27 October, the festival will see top restaurants throughout Dublin city centre get involved with giveaways, special events and of course, great value offers on meals in a wide range of the city’s best eateries.

The week-long festival for Dine in Dublin will feature a unique mix of demonstrations, competitions, prosecco evenings, wine-tastings and interactive experiences including a Pop-Up theatre performance in L’Gueuleton on Wednesday 23, featuring playwright and wine expert Susan Boyle presenting short extracts from her play A Wine Goose Chase; live performances from Direct Approach and The Bounty Hunters in the Hard Rock Café for Pinktober – raising awareness and funds for breast cancer; a Witches and Warlocks party in TGI Friday, perfect for keeping the kids entertained around Halloween; a cocktail masterclass in Saba; and a mini Oktoberfest in The Church, featuring performances from Irish bands including Republic of Loose.

Dine in Dublin deals throughout the week will tempt your taste buds and ensure you are making the most of the city’s temptations with offers including three courses plus tea or coffee for €30 in Brasserie Sixty6 (including a €10 voucher for Fade Street Social, Rustic Stone or Brasserie Sixty6); a 5 course tasting menu for €39.95 at Bang (valued at €69.95); and a Tapas and Wine Fest in Salamanca including a platter of their favourite tapas, served with a glass of house wine and a selected dessert for only €25.

Clyde Carroll, Director of Marketing and Communications for Dublin City Improvement District said: “We are delighted to be celebrating our 9th Dine in Dublin this year. Each festival gets bigger and better at celebrating Dublin town’s amazing food offering, with events and special offers across restaurants, bars and cafés. It’s a great excuse for people to come in and try something different as we have something to suit every palette!”

Throughout the week, Dublin city centre’s electric atmosphere will be highlighted and with a broad selection of well-known chefs and restaurants on board, Dine in Dublin showcases the best the city has to offer.

For more information and a list of the participating restaurants, visit