Restaurants are invited to sign up to Dining Week

Restaurants nationwide are invited to sign up to a new hospitality incentive ‘Dining Week’, taking place from 19th to 28 April 2022. Utilising a new booking platform ‘Early Table’, the ten day promotion will give a much needed boost to the restaurant sector as it emerges from two years of lockdowns. Over 130 restaurants nationwide, from Bistros to Fine Dining, across all cuisines, have already registered to make the most of the opportunity to see their business benefit from a package of promotions aimed at filling tables at quiet times. See for more information

Dining Week is supported by the Restaurants Association of Ireland and Fáilte Ireland, with over 300 restaurants expected to take part.  Diners that book early via the Early Table platform, will receive a 25% discount on their food, filling tables that would otherwise sit idle. 

Restaurants load tables onto the Early Table platform according to how many extra customers they want to attract on that given day or night. Through a comprehensive marketing and PR programme, Dining Week will be promoted to over 1 million potential diners, across media, broadcast and online.

James Lenehan, the entrepreneur behind the new Early Table dining platform added: “We are delighted to announce the launch of Dining Week and would like to thank the Restaurant Association, Failte Ireland and WorldPay for their support for this new industry initiative. We believe a nationwide Dining Week event is long overdue and we hope it can become an annual showcase for the Irish restaurant sector, encouraging people to explore new tastes while saving 25% off their food”.

When: Tuesday 19th to Thursday 28th of April

The Cost: It’s free to list your restaurant and there are no commission fees

Your Offer: 25% off food only, drinks charged at full price

The Bonus: All Dining Week restaurants can stay featured on Early Table platform year round, free of charge. 

To participate in Dining Week, contact: / 0857306327

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