Dublin Meal and Traditional Irish Show
Culture and fine cuisine collide on a Dublin hen night...
When in Dublin! A meal and traditional Irish show is basically Dublin's answer to flamenco and tapas. Think fiddles, comfort food, and booze. It's a brilliant night out and a big must for a hen weekend. If you want a grand knees up with the girls, this is the way to go. Shrinking violets need not apply. This is Dublin - audience participation is essential.
Tuck into some delicious traditional Irish dishes and enjoy a feast fit for a queen. The menu changes every now and then, but in the main you can expect to try classics like roast lamb and creamy colcannon mash, Irish seafood chowder, or proper Irish stew with tender lamb, potatoes, celery, onion, sea salt and black pepper.
Professional musicians and dancers will whip up the crowd with toe-tapping tunes that'll have everyone on their feet, clapping, cheering and singing. By the end of the evening you'll all be up and jigging like you were born to do it. The show finishes around 10pm, so you'll be able to do the pubs afterwards if you're up a big one.
If you want the authentic Irish experience in the magical Dublin, a meal and traditional show will do you proud. This is a great choice for the second night of a hen weekend, when you've done the big bar crawl of Temple Bar and want something different.
In a nutshell:
- Traditional Irish meal
- Live music