Did you know?… 04 June, 2019
Published on Jun 4 2019 9:47 AM
Did you know?… There's a brand new gin and tonic vintage bus tour coming to Dublin. Taking place on a refurbished vintage-style, double-decker bus, the Gin & Tonic Tour Dublin will take you four a scenic tour around the city - all while you enjoy two gin and tonics. The tour goes from O'Connell Street towards the Georgian Quarter, near Merrion Square and costs €35 pp.
Did you know?… Deliveroo have introduced a late night delivery service so you can order food as late as 2am. Those ordering from the app now have the option to schedule orders up to one day in advance, or receive food as early as 8am and as late as 2am on the weekends. Restaurants participating in the late night delivery service include KFC, Supermac's, Subway, Papa John's, Eddie Rockets, and Burritos & Blues.
Did you know?… A Dublin restaurant are launching espresso martini brunch. Roberta's took to Instagram to announce that June is Espresso Martini Month and they will have a menu, tasting, masterclasses and 'Boozy espresso brunches' to celebrate. Roberta's website said 'We have created a whole new menu that will be on offer all month long, stacked with six special variations of Espresso Martinis, plus a Build Your Own Espresso Martini Experience.'
Did you know?… Danone Launches New 'All I Want' Brand In Germany. Danone Germany has launched 'All I Want', a new brand that offers fromage frais snacks and kefir drinks without added sugar or other sweeteners. All products are made from 100% natural ingredients, are low in fat and are high in protein.
Did you know?… Gillette Ad spotlights transgender man shaving for the first time. Gillette is making ‘The best a man can get’ a bit more inclusive with its latest ad, which features a transgender man shaving for the first time.It’s the company’s latest ad as part of a marketing campaign addressing masculinity, which was first launched in January with a clip on toxic masculinity.
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