Irish Food Walking Tour of Dublin
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2 Ireland
We start the tour in this beautiful town house.
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Ireland
The temple bar district
Stop At: Molly Malone Statue, In Front of the Saint Andrew's Church Tourist Office Suffolk Street, Dublin Ireland
The Molly Malone statue is located in Suffolk Street, a short distance from Trinity College. Molly Malone was a semi historical, semi-legendary figure
Duration: 3 minutes
- Local guide
- Professional guide
- Entry/Admission - Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
- Entry/Admission - Molly Malone Statue
- Specified food and drink alternatives cost extra
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 18 years
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
- Minimum drinking age is 18 years
This was a fun experience to be shared by friends. Our guide Hannah’s knowledge and personality were definite pluses. The choice of restaurants and food and drink selections were perfect for the themed evening!
My wife and I really enjoyed the tour. The group was a good size, small enough for everyone to sit together, and the tour guide Lara was excellent with her wit and charm and extensive knowledge about the food, drink, and culture of the city. Although it was a bit rainy, we made good time and by the time we had finished our final sláinte the sun was shining and we had a good context for other things to do and explore for the duration of our day in Dublin. We highly recommend this tour (and also if you enjoy shopping might suggest that you arrive a few hours early to look at the market across the street and the indoor mall where the tour begins.
Excellent tour. Niamh was so helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. Thoroughly recommend! (PS, , happy birthday Niamh)
Really enjoyed our tour. The food and beverages were great. Niamh was excellent, giving us a lot of information about the Irish culture and history, using a lot of humour. We really enjoyed our three hours with her. Excellent all in all!!
We avetaken several foods tours but this one was unique, 3 stops - appertizer, main course and desert at three different locations. Our tour guide was great, very knowlwdgable about city and food culture. Don't recall her name but we went on Sunday June 11th at 6pm. I would hghly reccomend!!
Best tour I went on in my stay in Dublin. Learned some history of Dublin and Ireland. As well as a little bit about the culture that I didn't really know about and that was on top of the great food we ate
Lara was an amazing guide! Before we even began the tour she, and other staff members were asking all kinds of questions and getting to know us as a family. She was super cool and we learned so much about not only the foods of Ireland; but, also about the culture of Dublin! We had such a great time! If you are considering this tour...just stop considering and do it!
great tour loved the history of food and tour, local town history was great. Great food , even learned to make Irish whiskey.
Delightful afternoon exploring the pub food and beverage scene in Dublin with a knowledgeable, fun guide!
Our first evening in Dublin we took this walking tour. Learned interesting facts about the city and country, ate wonderful food, walked through parts of the city we may have missed on our own. Our guide Niamh was super! Smart, friendly, funny. She even taught all of us to make Irish Coffee. I highly recommend this food tour.
Hannah was our tour guide and she was incredible. We learned some fun facts about the city and enjoyed some really good food. Highly recommended!
We tried to reschedule our tour and have had a hell of a time getting help from viator. $160 down the drain apparently...
Great introduction to both Irish food and culture. Our tour guide, Grainne, was very engaging and friendly and full of hints and tips. Food was delicious and we particularly enjoyed the craft beers. Lots of interesting historical snippets whilst walking between venues. Highly recommend.
Excellent introduction to Irish food and the city of Dublin. Our guide ( Hannah?) met us early at the location and immediately introduced herself and created each of the other 10 people as they arrived. She was fun and gave us some good insight into the Temple Bar area of Dublin. We stopped at three restaurants, the first one for a beer tasting and Boxty sample, the second one for our main dish (I had coddle and my husband had mussels) and our final stop was a lesson in making the perfect Irish coffee complete with the history of the brew and a delicious dessert. Great tour and fun enthusiastic guide.
Great tour and great guide! We try to do this tour in every city we visit. It's a great introduction. Don't eat before the tour. You certainly won't want to afterwards.
The walking was at a reasonable pace and adequate time was allowed at each stop. The food and service were well organized and efficient but friendly at the same time. Will do it again the next time we are in Dublin
Our tour with Grainne was great - she was delightful sharing stories and advice about Dublin, food and drink. We learned how to make a proper Irish Coffee which was enjoyed by all.