It's been a year of endless new openings, nowhere near as many closings as predicted (although the first few months of 2020 could be interesting), and a constant build of excitement about just how good the Dublin dining scene is getting. These were our most read stories of 2019...
When news broke that Etto head chef Barry Sun had left and was setting up alone in the 'burbs we knew this was going to be a big one. Despite only being published a month ago, our story on new Blackrock opening Volpe Nera is already the tenth most read of the year. Read it here.
You guys really love a new opening. The only thing you like more is four new openings, and this late October round up with the details on Glas, Leneghan's, Woodruff and One Kinda Folk comes in at number nine. Read it here.
Clearly we all love a bargain, and our round up of the best early birds in the city (where quality doesn't decrease with price) is at number eight. Read it here.
There's always time and money for brunch and good coffee, no matter what else is going on in your life, and this year we've felt particularly spoilt for choice when it comes to French toast, granola bowls and every type of eggs. In at number seven, read our ultimate guide to brunch here.
Our food and drink guide to south Dublin suburbs Ranela