Dining Week – Eat out & save money!

Hundreds of dining places nationwide are signed up and prepared to fill their tables for ‘Dining Week’. Buyers that book by using the www.diningweek.ie website will delight in a 25% discounted on their foods monthly bill, with their €1 reserving cost becoming donated to St Vincent de Paul! Together with supplying a a great deal desired enhance to the dining establishments, the 10 working day advertising (from 19th to 28th April) is a celebration of a return to normality immediately after years of lockdowns. Out there for bookings from 2 to 8 folks, Dining Week presents the fantastic justification to gather with buddies or family at your favourite restaurant, or learn a new one!

Dining Week is supported by the Eating places Association of Eire and Fáilte Eire, and sponsored by WorldPay from FIS, with over 200 places to eat predicted to consider aspect. EarlyTable, the system hosting Dining Week, expects to reach up to just one million customers through its forthcoming media campaign and this ought to result in countless numbers of persons seizing the possibility to socialise and help save!

James Lenehan, the entrepreneur powering the new EarlyTable dining platform explained: “It’s been a extended and hard two a long time for our hospitality field, and we hope that DiningWeek is the kickstart that is needed now. A small booking charge is necessary on the EarlyTable system, but for DiningWeek, we decided to donate the rate to St Vincent de Paul provided the excellent get the job done they are accomplishing to help the web hosting of Ukrainian refugees”.

Garrett Clifford of Worldpay, sponsors of DiningWeek reported: “Worldpay are thrilled to guidance Early Table with our sponsorship of Eating 7 days, a wonderful initiative to aid and support our Restaurant sector in Ireland”.

Adrian Cummins of the Restaurants Association of Ireland stated: “We are delighted to introduce Eating Week and see it as an ongoing initiative that will support assistance the cafe market. Eating 7 days will really encourage patrons to re-engage with community eateries and rejoice high quality meals and hospitality throughout Ireland.”

Director of Regional Improvement with Failte Eire, Paul Keeley said:  “Food plays an crucial role in the general tourism expertise and will help build a lasting memory of Irish tradition. Eating 7 days gives a fantastic option for places to eat, providing them overall manage in phrases of flexing their pricing on a devoted platform that will entice customers, supporting to create footfall and optimise earnings for their small business throughout the days of the week that they target”.

Pictured is Jennifer Walsh, Head Chef of Pink Cafe – a person of the hundreds of restaurants signed up to Dining Week