Event: Taste of Dublin

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Events

While there are a ton of foodie events that happen in May (Taste of Dine Originals, North Market Apron Gala, etc) one of the more affordable options is the Taste of Dublin, which will be held tomorrow evening at the Atrium II Building in Dublin.

Taste of Dublin Wristband

While there are quite a few chain restaurants there, additionally there are lots of independents as well, and at $25 for the food and drink ticket, it is well worth every penny. I left absolutely stuffed last year, having tried a number of dishes that I’ve returned to the restaurants to get later on.

Although I won’t be able to go this year, I took tons of pictures last year – take a look at my Flickr set to get an idea of what to expect.

More details at the Dublin Chamber of Commerce web site.

5 Responses to “Event: Taste of Dublin”

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  2. Jennie Says:

    The website says "Taste of Dublin is open to anyone who works, lives or does business in the Dublin area, age 21 or older." Is that in reference to just the vendors or everyone?

  3. columbusfoodie Says:

    It says that, but the truth of the matter is that they don't really enforce that. I'm none of the above, and was able to get a ticket – I believe they were even selling them at the door last year.

    I think they say that because it's a Dublin Chamber of Commerce event, so they're pushing that angle. My only complaint with the event (outside of the large number of chains, which sadly is reflective of the Dublin restaurant scene) is that the drunker the attendants got, the less patient they were with people who were taking pictures and took to just about shoving me out of the way to get to the food (even though I had been waiting in line the whole time just like them and was having P. grab food for both of us while I was taking pics).

  4. Bobfredlarry Says:

    How do you find out about these things? I would love to go to these type of things when they come around but it seems like I am always a day late and dollar short.

  5. columbusfoodie Says:

    On Twitter, Facebook, newspapers, other Columbus blogs, etc. I'm planning to do a major ovehaul of the events section of my blog in the next week, which will hopefully be very up to date re: food events in Ohio. :)

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