When National Lockdown is over and life starts to return to normal, there will be loads of us that are itching to get out and about more. We’re a sociable nation and as such, dinner and drinks is definitely going to be on the cards for many of us. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be teaming this up with a cheeky weekend away or a city break to somewhere in Ireland but I guess we’ll take what we can get.
With so many people wanting to eat out when the time is right, you can bet that popular places are going to be busy. Fancy dinner on a Saturday night in Dublin? Booking is going to be highly recommended. I’ve had some really great nights out in Dublin; however it is always a busy place at the weekend so if you don’t book you could miss out. I’ve enjoyed the hustle and bustle of such a friendly place though, so don’t let that put you off. Instead, get organised and start looking at places you might like to visit when all of this is over – after all, there’s nothing wrong with having something to look forward to.
Choosing Where To Eat
There are so many places throughout Ireland to eat in that whatever your cuisine of choice is, you should be able to find something that suits you perfectly. That said, some of us are out of practice – do we even what restaurants are on offer these days? Why not build up some of the excitement and get researching online. These days most of what we want to find out can be found online and where to eat is no exception. By doing some research online, reading reviews and even asking friends for their recommendations you can find some amazing places to eat.
Getting Booked In
Once you have narrowed down your choices, you’ll want to make sure you get booked in. This is especially the case for group dining, where a few of you are planning to get together – remember the days? Thankfully most places make this easy and you can often book via their website or through websites such as Square Meal which let you book all of your evening’s entertainment in one place. Make sure you get a booking confirmation and take this with you when you go to make sure the evening runs as smoothly as possible.
Making a Night of It
If you’re going out for dinner then why not make the most of it? I’ve had some awesome nights out in Ireland, where I have done dinner, drinks and then something fun afterwards such as a comedy club or onto a nightclub. Thankfully there are usually lots of places to choose from and hopefully after lockdown this will be no exception.
Whatever you choose to do after lockdown, make sure you enjoy it! It’s been a while for most of us, so we’ll definitely want to let our hair down when life returns to normal.