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TV architect enlivens Osprey

 The Osprey Hotel recently opened its new restaurant Herald & Devoy, and tvIrish architect Hugh Wallace  designed  the  revamp. The 130-seater restaurant space was the 


vision of Hugh, who is best known for  RTE’s 'Home of the Year' show.  Hugh has transformed the Osprey’s former brasserie and lobby into a relaxed, airy eatery, flooded with natural light and anchored with luxurious leather booths and a mosaic cocktail bar.
The new look restaurant and lobby area is completely open plan and contains a bar at its heart which is embellished with tiny, bronze mosaic tiles.  
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'Thrones' promo in Britain

Tourism Ireland’s latest Game of Thrones promotion is showcasing Northern Ireland across Britain.


 Timed to coincide with series 7 of the hugely popular TV series, the promotion in Britain is under way right now, complementing Tourism Ireland’s global Game of Thrones® tapestry campaign. It features a fun quiz on Tourism Ireland’s website, – where fans can answer questions connecting scenes in the Game of Thrones tapestry with real life filming locations in Northern Ireland. Then, they’re in with a chance to win a three-day trip to Northern Ireland, including a Game of Thrones® tour. Once the quiz is complete, users can engage further with the tapestry and share the competition and scenes from the tapestry with their friends, through social media.
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Butter hike hits restaurants

Record butter prices are putting increasing pressure on Ireland's restaurateurs.
The price has soared following a global increase in the demand for dairy fats.
Irish restaurants are aso feeling the pinch, according to the CEO of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, Adrian Cummins.
"Businesses have been complaining about the increase. Butter isn't going to break the bank but businesses have to be conscious of their overheads," he said.
"This is an additional cost and another obstacle to face. And an increase in the price of a product inevitably means an increase in price for consumers."

Choc café for Dundrum

British chocolatier and cocoa grower Hotel Chocolat has announced that it will be opening its first ever Irish café this October.
 The new venue will occupy a 102 square metre space in Dublin's Dundrum shopping centre and will be offering customers a number of new cocoa-based beverages as well as the firm's range of chocolates.

WAW joins iconic drives

The Wild Atlantic Way. The iconic route has ranked alongside America's Route 66 as one of the world's ultimate road trips by Lonely Planet.


It is namechecked alongside classic routes like Australia's Great Ocean Road and Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh Road in a new book of the 50 best drives in the world.
The travel guide dubbed the rebranded 2,500km route from Kinsale to Derry at the tip of the country as "untamed and utterly divine".
"Ireland's west coast is a dramatic procession of deserted beaches and towering cliffs where traditional music and ancient castles abound," said the new travel book, 'Epic Drives of the World'.
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