Home is where the heart is which is why we spend Valentine’s Day here in Ireland.
Although I reckon Herself hankers after Venice, Rome, Paris, New York.
I was back there today to follow up with post-Holiday World contacts… OK another excuse for morning Mimosas.
And to enjoy the Morgan hospitality… and, yes, I was sorely tempted to have one of their cocktails.
Don’t tell anyone but myself, The Scary One and Daddy’s Little Girl have all been back at various points.
The Morgan comes in at €162 for Valentine’s night. Check out https://mbe.bookassist.com/SelectDates?_ga=2.213394582.368839267.1580126964-851352647.1580126964&arrival=15&av_price=false&bp=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.themorgan.com%2Fen%2Freservations%2F%3Fprice_group%3D8%26kd%3Dy&ch=0&date_in=2020-01-27&date_out=2020-01-28&guide_id=1&hotel_group_id=0&hotel_id=271&nn=1&payment=All_charges_to_company&paymentOption=Guest_pays_hotel_directly&price_group=8&rp_vg_row=false&service_model=5&user_currency=EUR&user_language=en#/.
Temple Bar doesn’t have to be the Hen and Stag hub that it’s often portrayed as, although it is great craic too.
You can though branch off and find cheaper drinks both across the Liffey and a couple of great pubs off Grafton Street…
Mary’s Bar & Hardware https://marysbar.ie/?utm_source=maps&utm_campaign=gmb on Wicklow Street (you’ll see why) which is tied in with WowBurger.
And also O’Donoghue’s Bar where folk gods The Dubliners were formed https://www.odonoghues.ie on Merrion Row.
But, of course, it is well worth keeping you in house at 10 Fleet Street Restaurant & Bar.
We did and I’ll dig out my thoughts and share them with you.