Bacon and cabbage, boxty, coddle, Irish stew and colcannon are not the only Irish dishes available.The city is overflowing with all kinds of eateries for almost every taste and nearly every budget.The best known area for pubs is Temple Bar, south of the River Liffey. some criticise the area for being overpriced and disappointing.
There has been a revolution in Dublin eateries in recent years.
It’s understood that dining is not just a biological necessity.
There are more than 50 venues in Dublin licensed to organise an official civil marriage, though under Irish law you cannot be married anywhere outside.
Whilst a minimum of 3 months notice is required to register in advance of your marriage, in Dublin it is wise to register 7 months ahead.
If you’re planning a catholic wedding ceremony, start early as the paperwork takes time.
Create a short-list of 2-3 churches in case your preferred church is unavailable.
There are so many traditions, customs and folklore to take advantage of for a traditional Irish wedding.
There’s one custom where the groom is invited to the bride’s house just before the wedding and they cook a goose in his honour.
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Your age and status don’t matter as you mix with locals for ‘the craic’ of conversation, entertainment, singing, stories and gossip.
Include the ‘Bells of Ireland’ flower and a sprig of shamrock for good luck in your flower arrangements including the groom’s boutonierre.