Monday June 1, 2020

Taste of Dublin

The Sunday Business Post Magazine mingled at Ireland’s premier food and drink event

18th June, 2017
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From left: Stuart O’Keeffe; Sharon Hearne-Smith; Kevin Dundon; Avril Bannerton; Edward Hayden and Aoife Noonan

The Sunday Business Post Magazine spent much of this sun-soaked weekend at Taste of Dublin, Ireland’s premier food and drink event. The gathering, now in its twelfth year, saw an estimated 35,000 visitors descend on the Iveagh Gardens, where four days of great food and entertainment included appearances from 30 Irish and international chefs, among them Kevin Dundon, Jean Christophe Novelli, Neven Maguire, Danni Barry and Sharon Hearne-Smith. Pictured here are images from the official...

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