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Dublin’s George’s Street Arcade is where Powers Irish whiskey was bottled for nearly a century.
We like to think of ourselves as Guinness connoisseurs but some of these facts stunned even us!
POWERS Whiskey has been ingrained in the city of Dublin since 1791.
In our Mark Moriarty cocktail interview, we find out more about the rise of cocktail culture in Irish restaurants.
Sheena Dignam is determined that Irish food should be recognized as a majorly important aspect of tourism.
The Temple Bar branch opened mid-May.
For the third year in a row, a bartender from Cask in Cork has come out on top at the World Class Irish Bartender of the Year Awards.
Got a craving for pancakes? Ireland's capital city has no shortage of spots where you can get your fix!
An Irish chicken wing festival is taking place in Bray this weekend, with wing eating competitions, games and more taking place.
F&W's Jordan Mooney chats to Orla Stafford of Jackford Irish Potato Gin, a new gin from Wexford that is made from potatoes.
From Guinness and Baileys to the more unusual Irish Breakfast shot, these are the top Irish drinks you've got to try.
A who's who guide to the Irish names in the London food scene.
What are the best pubs in Ireland? It's a tough question.
IrishCentral readers have their say on where the best place in the world is to have a pint of Guinness.
Leprechaun was among 60 suggested names including Shannon Gold and Tub-o-gold.
What is the best Irish dish? It was a fierce competition for first place in our poll about Ireland's favorite meal.
Cheese and alcohol? Yes, please.
“What was put down in front of me looked like it had been eaten and regurgitated."
IrishCentral readers have had their say on what the best pubs and restaurants in Ireland are.
Ireland has some truly outstanding dessert offerings and many of these desserts you just can't get anywhere else once you're wheels up over Dublin.
If you just read this headline and have a few questions, we're happy to confirm that yes, the Canadian Potato Museum is a real thing, and yes, they do serve something called Irish moss seaweed pie.
Two seafood restaurants in Dublin took home awards at this year's ceremony
The results of this study may not surprise you!
A non-alchoholic version of Guinness is in the works but don't expect to see it in pubs or shops anytime soon.
Satisfy your summertime sweet-tooth with this strawberry sundae recipe from Chef Galligan
The secret history of one of Dublin’s busiest carparks
Remembering composer of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" on his birthday
Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy - the scandalous, rebellious, and tragic life of JFK’s sister
Sean Hannity and many Irish Americans forget they came from a shithole country
British Open champion Shane Lowry, an amazing Irish success story
Shane Lowry slept with British Open trophy, he admits
WATCH: Irish woman married married to the ghost of a pirate divorces him through exorcism
Irish America's most powerful friend facing primary challenge in 2020
Early IRA ambushes in War of Independence were ill-equipped but successful
Stick fighting and the origins of the Shillelagh
The first assassination carried out by Michael Collins's 'Squad'