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Veganism is on the rise, and has been cited as one of 2018's biggest food trends. 

For those not in the know, a vegan diet eliminates all animal-based items from the menu – so that's no eggs, dairy, honey or meat. 

With the ethical lifestyle moving into the mainstream, people are becoming more and more curious about where they can get animal by-product free food that tastes delicious. 

Luckily, a new concept is on the way which aims to showcase the best of vegan food and produce in Dublin City. 

The Vegan Foodie Festival will allow food enthusiasts to sample some of Dublin's finest vegan wares at a discounted price. 

 Participating eateries include Sova Vegan Butcher, Aperitivo, Shouk, Blazing Salads Brother Hubbard North & South, On the Pig's back eatery, Moreish Superfoods, Bombay Pantry, and McGuiness.'

Popular ethical salon Skinfull Affairs will also be taking part. 

The festival will run over January 19, 20 and 21. 

All festival attendees have to do to avail of the discount is book into one of the eateries during the time frame and share their experiences on social media under the hashtag #veganfoodiefestival.


At last!

The weekend has finally arrived and with so much happening around town this Saturday and Sunday, staying in is not an option.

Here's our top five picks. 

Arnotts Warehouse Sale 

Is your living space in desperate need of a little TLC?

Get yourself down to the Arnotts warehouse sale this weekend. 

The much loved sale is back and it's bigger and better than ever.

Shoppers can expect massive discounts of up to 70 per cent off a huge range of home, electrical and beauty products, including branded bedlinen, designer rugs and the Elizabeth Arden Beauty range.

The sale will take place on Saturday May 20 and Sunday May 21 in the National Show Centre, Stockhole Lane, Cloghran in Swords, Co. Dublin.

LaLa Land at The Sugar Club

Musical lovers, this one's for you.

Grab the girls and head to The Sugar Club this Sunday night for a special screening of the (almost) Oscar winning La La Land. 

Wine, cocktails, pizza and Ryan Gosling – what's not to love?

The show stars at 8pm, Sunday May 21, and tickets are €12.50 ( includes free Gourmet Popcorn Serving). 

Docklands Summer Fest 

The Docklands Summer Festival is an energetic outdoor lifestyle event that attracts young professional and families alike with a programme packed full of entertainment on both land and water. 

Wakeboarding, raft Races, and the docklands world famous rubber ducky race (omg) are just some of the fun-filled events due to take place across the weekend.

As well as that, festival goers can expect to find their favourite funfair attractions along with food and craft markets all in the an incrediblly positive atmosphere along the Grand Canal Dock.

This is a free event organised by Waterways Ireland and The Docklands Business Forum and supported by Dublin City Council.

You can find more information here

Yeslita! Bottomless Brunch


Gearing up for our opening weekend. We're so excited to open our doors tonight and welcome you all to NoLIta

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It's been two years since Ireland voted 'YES' to marriage equality and to celebrate NoLIta will host a bottomless bunch while pumping out the ultimate pop playlist.

Three sittings will take place across the day with the first kicking off at 12 pm.

Booking is essential, so click here to avoid disappointment. 

50th Anniversary of David Bowie's debut album w/ The London Boys

Calling all Bowie fans. 

Following their debut performance at the Dublin Bowie festival in January, The London Boys return to The Grand Social this Saturday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s first album. 

Doors open at 8:00pm and admission is €12.00.

Click here for more information.  




Double Act, The Suitcase Kid, The Story of Tracy Beaker, Vicky Angel… If you're getting all the nostalgic feels just hearing those words then we have some great news for you.

As one of the most successful children's authors of the last two decades, Dame Jacqueline Wilson has penned countless bestsellers, but for the most part she shies away from the public eye.

If you're a fan of her work though, get yourself to the RDS on May 5 at 6.30pm, where Jacqueline will be speaking as part of Dublin's International Literature Festival.

According the the event organisers, the famed author will be chatting about "some of her most popular characters, including Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather, and her brand new book, Rent-a-Bridesmaid."

Tickets start at a (frankly bargainous) €5 for kids and €7 for adults and are on sale now.

More information here.

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