Mother's Day is next Sunday, and if you still haven't planned anything to treat the woman who is the very reason for your very existence, this might fit the bill. Cliff Townhouse (the epitome of a restaurant your Mum would like) has teamed up with The Little Museum of Dublin to offer lunch or dinner plus a ticket to the Ireland's Fashion Radicals exhibition for €49 per person.
The meal will consist of three courses plus tea and coffee, and we're told that chef Sean Smith is planning a retro twist on dishes like Caesar salad, dressed crab, roast sirloin of beef served with Yorkshire pudding and onion sauce, and pavlova.
Before or afterwards (subject to time availability), you can visit the Ireland’s Fashion Radicals exhibition, which focuses on the talented Irish fashion designers who found international fame during the 1950s, including Sybil Connolly, who dressed Jacqueline Kennedy for a White House portrait.
Sounds like a bit of a dream girls day out. To book contact the Cliff Townhouse.
22 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2
Ph: 01 6383939