September 28, 2022

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Dining Week: Customers can get 25% off their bill this week in some of Ireland’s best restaurants

To mark the reopening of the hospitality sector this year Irish customers will be offered 25 per cent off their food bills as park of Dining Week.

The ten-day celebration will begin on Tuesday and will last for ten days.

Customers that book via www.diningweek.ie will be able to avail of a 25 per cent discount on their food bill, with their €1 booking fee being donated to St Vincent de Paul.

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The booking will be available for groups of two to eight people, providing the perfect excuse to gather with friends or family at your favourite restaurant, or to discover a new one.



Photo of bill Taken In Portugal, Tavira
Photo Taken In Portugal, Tavira

Hundreds of restaurants are expected to take part in Dining Week which is supported by the Restaurants Association of Ireland and Fáilte Ireland, and sponsored by WorldPay from FIS.

EarlyTable, the platform hosting Dining Week, expects to reach up to one million customers through its upcoming media campaign.

James Lenehan, of EarlyTable, said: “It’s been a long and difficult two years for our hospitality industry, and we hope that DiningWeek is the kickstart that’s needed now. A small booking fee is required on the EarlyTable platform, but for DiningWeek, we decided to donate the fee to St Vincent de Paul given the great work they are doing to support the hosting of Ukrainian refugees”.

Garrett Clifford of Worldpay, sponsors of DiningWeek added: “Worldpay are thrilled to support Early Table with our sponsorship of Dining Week, a fantastic initiative to help and support our Restaurant sector in Ireland”.

The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) said it hopes the initiative will further support the restaurant industry after a turbulent two years.

Adrian Cummins, of the RAI, said: “We are delighted to introduce Dining Week and see it as an ongoing initiative that will help support the restaurant industry. Dining Week will encourage patrons to re-engage with local eateries and celebrate quality food and hospitality across Ireland.”

To book a table during Dining Week, visit the website: www.diningweek.ie

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