A Legendary Burger or a seatback surprise?

Dine with us in dietary delight and enjoy a pleasant ambience or opt for the dubious pleasures of a plastic knife and fork, a reheated meal covered in tin foil, a postage stamp dining table, and the prospect of the passenger in front leaning back suddenly and sending your canteen cuisine flying into your shirtfront.

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Landing on Lambay in a tale of two families

For Dubliners, Lambay Island has always had an air of mystery and impenetrability. If like me, you spent your summers digging sandcastles on the various strands from Portmarnock to Sutton, facing east to the Irish Sea, Lambay was a looming but in many ways distant presence. A private island around three miles offshore, we never

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Slane Castle aims to rock the Irish whiskey world

Ask any Irish person (and many overseas visitors) what names resonate when they hear the words ‘Slane Castle’, and a who’s who of the rock and roll world trips off the tongue. Thin Lizzy, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Queen, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, U2 and many others have played the magnificent amphitheatre nestled by

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