New Pop-Up Food And Brunch Venues In Dublin This July
Last week saw the launch of a new pop-up seafood restaurant in Dublin called shuckNsuck. Located on Frownes Street in Temple Bar, it serves everything from oysters to prosecco and beer while a DJ play...
Last week saw the launch of a new pop-up seafood restaurant in Dublin called shuckNsuck. Located on Frownes Street in Temple Bar, it serves everything from oysters to prosecco and beer while a DJ plays music in the background.
In its current form, shuckNsuck will open from 5pm until "late" for the next eight weeks, after which it will be transformed into a permanent Klaw restaurant with a focus on poké and fin dishes, according to lovingdublin.ie.
It's not the only pop-up venue descending upon the capital this July either. Dublin residents and visitors to the city will have the opportunity to sample an assortment of Michelin-starred street foods and treats when Tiger Street Eats opens up at 23 Portobello Harbour on Thursday July 20.
Running until Saturday July 22, the event will feature food prepared by Singaporean chef Chan Hon Meng, who is the owner of the world's first Michelin-starred street food hawker stand.
However, if you fancy something other than seafood and Singaporean street cuisine to appease your appetite this summer, you might want to consider trying the wide range of homemade dishes on offer at the National Print Museum's Press Café.
Lovindublin.ie reports that the venue is ideal for a Sunday brunch, with its assortment of toasted soda sandwiches, bacon and sausage stuffed Belgian waffles, banana bread French toast and other culinary delights, and while you're there, you can investigate the various exhibits on display in the museum itself.