A Yay Weekend!
This will be the first of a weekly feature on yay.ie. I am going to give you a suggested itinerary for the weekend, either in Dublin, or around the country.
Kick off with…..A healthy and yummy breakfast in The Cake Café, located behind the Daintree building on Aungier St, Dublin 2. Try their homemade baked beans on toast, or baked eggs with bacon. Finish with a scrummy cake and a pot of tea. All served on mismatched crockery to give it a kitsch feel. It will make your belly happy!
Take part in….
The le cool Walking Tour of Dublin. Partly funded by Fund it this tour will bring visitors to interesting and quirky parts of Dublin which are not normal tourist spots.
Described by le cool as:
Incorporating elements of the city which have become staples of le cool content such as pop-ups, new collectives and initiatives, we are hoping to share these ‘of the moment’ living culture experiences. The continually evolving two-hour tour will reflect the now and engage with people behind initiatives which are reshaping the city in vibrant and meaningful ways. Find out about DIY culture, street art, fashion, emerging music and literature, artists, hidden historical gems and the latest trends.
There is a tour starting at 11am this Saturday for 15 euro, or each Thursday at 5.30pm
You can book the tour here
Finish up with….
Dinner in Juniors on Bath Ave, Dublin 4. A local favourite, this café is small in size but big in stature. Their supper dishes have an Italian influence, and extremely fresh. Start with the Pint O ‘Prawns and have their Ribeye for your main course. Their wine list is small but reasonable. All house wines are €20 a bottle. If you can manage desert have the New York Cheesecake. It’s definitely for sharing.