I've dedicated some time to do a bit of research and have prepared a Google Map highlighting businesses that as of March 26, 2020, are offering deliveries. I've tried to focus on smaller places, family-run businesses and independent operations.
This year, however, I decided that I wanted to challenge myself in the kitchen. After some thinking, I came up with what I called the "New Recipes January Challenge", which I was actually looking forward to take on.
Set in 1969 L/A., Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has a good mix of drama and dark humour. Throughout the movie, there are a lot of drinks and if you look closely, they too tell a story
Named after the quintessential pirate adventure classic, Treasure Island brings together an unusual mix of Irish flavours and the tropical notes of coconut.
Greeted with my own magic wand and a cocktail poured from the trophy head of a stuffed magical creature? Shut up and take my money.
It combines Aperol with Ornabrak Irish Gin into a triangle of fruity, floral and herbacious notes named Blooming Chamomile.
While the Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey was quite pleasant on its own, it worked really well in cocktails too. This one is named "Laid to Rest."
This recipe uses Lillet Rosé, and it's a low-alcohol and delicious spritzer to try, specially if you like G&Ts
I had a lovely time, a beautiful drink and I hope to return soon to The Virgin Mary on Capel Street. It is not a place to have a wild time, but it is a spot to have a great time.