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We may be coming off the back of a Bank Holiday weekend, but that doesn't mean we don't deserve a few post-work tipples this Friday. 

Tomorrow night, the final instalment of The Hop House presents by Hop House 13 will take place in Whelan's on Wexford Street. 

Entertainment on the night will be provided by the recent Choice Music Prize winner Ships, as well as LUMO Club and Telephone DJs. 

The organisers have teamed up with local street food vendors including contemporary Chinese restaurant Hang Dai, The Big Blue Bus at The Bernard Shaw and The Brazilian Kitchen at Wigwam to create a range of dishes to complement Hop House 13. 

If you're feeling adventurous, Hang Dai will be putting their creative edge on a traditional Super Noodle dish served with crispy squid and wild garlic mayo, while Pedro from the Brazilian Kitchen will be serving up a range of pastels, a firm street food favourite in Brazil.

Tickets to The Hop House can be found at www.thehophouse.eventbrite.ie and are €12 incl. booking fee, plus a complimentary pint of Hop House 13 and two street food dishes.

Don't mind if we do… 


Calling all street food connoisseurs! 

Dublin will be transformed into a feast of food, fun and entertainment this weekend as Laya Healthcare's City Spectacular takes over Merrion Square South.

Festival goers can enjoy a huge selection of freshly-made dishes from over 25 culinary regions at the Just Eat STREET international street food festival, including award winning Mexican food from Boojum, authentic barbecue from Smokin Bones and loaded sweet potato fries from Strong Roots.

The Just Eat waiters will be on hand to take orders and deliver some of the best street food the country has to offer, so you can sit back and enjoy the sound of the international music stage which will feature a wide variety of genres to compliment the food on offer.

Across the two-day festival, visitors will be treated to live performances from Cuban All Stars, Havana Club Trio, Manden Express and samba musicians and dancers MaSamba. 

The Just Eat Street at Laya City Spectacular will take pace this Saturday July 8 and Sunday July 9. You can find more information at cityspectacular.com


There's nothing better than the flavour and diversity of street food.

But, can any of us say we've eaten street food with a Michelin star? We don't think so.

Coming to Dublin this July is Tiger Street Eats and it will be the first time Michelin starred food will be served on the streets of Dublin.

Opening its doors on July 20 on Portobello Harbour, the three-day residency will see delish grub being served by Hawker Chan Hon Meng, the owner of the first Michelin starred street stand.

Under naked neon and glowing lanterns, Hawker Chan Hon Meng will prepare the world’s first Michelin starred street food for guests to enjoy as they share an ice-cold Tiger Beer.

With a mix of Dublin and Singapore, the décor to the dishes will definitely stir up the appetite of foodies in the city.

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And it couldn't be better value either as a €10 ticket will include a three course meal and a complimentary Tiger Beer to have on the day.

Tiger Street Eats was first launched in Sydney and has travelled to Auckland, New York City and Kuala Lumpur, with Dublin being its European debut.

Speaking about the event, Deirdre O’Shea, brand manager for Tiger Beer at Heineken Ireland said, “The Tiger Street Eats event is all about rewarding consumers who seek to live life with more bite.

"Street food is made for sharing and Tiger Beer is the perfect beer to share it with. It’s a full bodied beer that embraces all the flavours of Singapore, where it has been influenced by the diversity of the streets upon which it was raised.”

The Tiger Street Eats event will take place at 23 Portobello Harbour from July 20 – 22.

Tickets are on sale here tomorrow, and we'd book early to avoid disappointment!