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9 Spanish Restaurants in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 14, 2019

Sooner or later anyone in their life wants to organize a party based on sangria and tapas, maybe enjoying some Mediterranean wine or hanging around dressed-up as a flamenco dancer. It’s an inevitable stage of life.  The energy and joy of Spains, from the folklore cults to the culinary traditions are contagious and are spreading […]

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The Vintage Chronicles: The South

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 12, 2019

We embarked on a journey into the vintage world starting from Dublin, the capital of the Emerald Isle and a crucial point for the culture of vintage, recycled and charity.  Let’s pack our ( eco ) bags and set out to discover the deep South of Ireland in search of the best, or simply the […]

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Live Venues: Traditional Irish Music

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 8, 2019

After spending enough time in Ireland and with Irish people, you’ll be probably hit by the great epiphany (or inducted realisation!) that no matter who you talk to, anyone will tell you that their surname has origins infused with mystery and legend. But above all that they descend from a centenary lineage of bards or […]

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The Vintage Chronicles: Dublin

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 5, 2019

Fashionable trends are cyclical, and what was old will almost certainly become new again. There is a reason that styles like flared denim or crop tops, popular decades ago have now, once again, come back to life. In the mayhem of denim jackets and last occasion-bargain-skirt from the 50s, it should be easy nowadays find […]

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13 French Restaurants in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 31, 2019

Conventionally, French cuisine has always been considered at the base of culinary culture in Western Europe, for as sophisticated and occasionally elaborate as it may be. With its spectacular and unexpected combination of ingredients, the great patissier and audacious chefs fight for the liberté, égalité et fraternité of their culinary traditions to be spread all […]

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Blues Venues

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 29, 2019

From its roots in the remote banks of the Mississippi to New Orleans, such a genre like the Blues can’t help but settle in one of the most musically advanced countries, Ireland, too.  Although with its limits and eternally feeling of eviction from its importance and perhaps too often compared to Jazz, the great ancestor […]

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13 Music Festivals in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 24, 2019

Let’s get down to business now.  Participating in a 2/3 day festival in Ireland is a unique experience. Most of these festivals are held in the Irish countryside, on the shores of some picturesque lake down the country or in the middle of wilderness. The only warning is that if you decide to go camping […]

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11 Markets in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 22, 2019

Irish  Markets have experienced great growth in the past few years, turned from fewer than 100 markets in 2006 to almost 150 currently in operation. Craft stalls, now a common element in the modern concept of the farmers’ market, are often found alongside food stalls, with natural soaps, jewellery and handmade pieces of art. So, […]

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15 Italian Restaurants in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 17, 2019

It is universally acknowledged that a single Italian, strolling around Ireland, in possession of a great cuisine culture, must be in want of a fresh portion of tagliatelle alla bolognese, eventually. That’s what probably Jane Austen would have said if she ever met Italian tourists in Dublin. Therefore, whether you are an occasional visitor or […]

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Top 5 Events on the 17th October in Dublin

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 17, 2019

TOP 5 EVENTS 17th OCTOBER 2019 Thursday can be a complicated day of the week: very close to the weekend but not entirely in the weekend spirit. If you, too, are looking for something a little bit more original for this frustrating day, take a look at the top 5 events list prepared by Babylon […]

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