Monthly Archives: October 2012

Private and Exclusive Dining for Civil Partnership Ceremonies

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No.25 Fitzwilliam Place is a unique and glamorous wedding and commitment ceremony venue located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, on the south side of the city. Dating from the 1830s, the house has been lovingly restored and decorated in a classic contemporary style that highlights the original architectural features. Every ceremony at No. 25 

Private Dining for Christmas

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Private Dining No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin has a variety of rooms suitable for private dining with capacities varying from 8 to 66 people. The rooms are named after Gandon, Cassels, Stapleton, and Lovett Pearse, some of the celebrated architects and craftsmen working in Dublin during the Georgian era, and also after Eileen Gray, the

Private Dining Venue Dublin

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Private Dining No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin has a variety of rooms suitable for private dining with capacities varying from 8 to 66 people. The rooms are named after Gandon, Cassels, Stapleton, and Lovett Pearse, some of the celebrated architects and craftsmen working in Dublin during the Georgian era, and also after Eileen Gray, the

A Perfect Venue for Weddings and Civil Partnership Ceremonies

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Venue for Weddings and Civil Partnership Ceremonies No.25 Fitzwilliam Place is a unique and glamorous wedding and civil partnership  venue located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, on the south side of the city. Dating from the 1830s, the house has been lovingly restored and decorated in a classic contemporary style that highlights the original

Corporate events for Georgian House. Sunday Business Post September 2012

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 Corporate events for Georgian house Sunday Business Post,  16 September 2012 by Siobhán Brett A restored Georgian house in Dublin is opening as a luxury corporate events venue this week, in response to a growing demand for private entertaining in the city.

A history of fine dining and private dining

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The History of Fine Dining: Modern The First Restoratives = Restaurants As the culinary arts became more refined and important in all parts of French culture the first restaurant appeared. In 1765 A. Boulanger, a soup vendor, hung a sign over his business, which offered a choice of soups and broths for health. The name