Dining out in a post-coronavirus world

Pigeons ageing in fridges at Michelin two-starred restaurant, Aimsir, in the Cliff at Lyons, Celbridge, Co Kildare

Here’s an opinion piece I wrote for last weekend’s Irish Examiner, offering a perspective on the possible future for Irish dining and hospitality during Covid-19 and its aftermath. It has long been one of my most favourite things to do, to break bread with friends and loved ones in all manner of dining establishments, from the humble cafe to the most elevated of Michelin starred restaurants and everything in between. Will it be more of the same or will we be looking at a radical departure, an entirely changed landscape for all? Personally, I believe it will be very much the latter.

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/lifestyle/foodanddrink/the-menu-the-new-eating-out–how-our-restaurants-will-look-post-lockdown-1002200.html

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