Even though we're all still practising social distancing and most of us are working from home, we still want to help support Irish food and drink producers.
We've decided to help our readers #ShopForIreland so we'll be posting every day to highlight producers around Ireland. Get in touch on our social channels with your suggestions on who we should write about.
The Old Stone House
This Roscommon restaurant is set to reopen on July 2nd but in the meantime, the restaurant is serving up a delicious to-go dinner every Sunday. There are options available for vegan, vegetarian and coeliac guest, including chicken wings, roast beef, hake and desserts. Collection is available this Sunday from 1pm until 5pm and pre-ordering is essential, so click here to see the menu.
READ MORE: Roast Irish lamb recipe
L'Gueueleton in Dublin city centre officially opened Petit L'Gueuleton today, which is offering drinks, salads, croissants, treats and more for grab and go. If you're near the Fade Street location, this new menu is perfect for lunch - we especially like the look of the madeleines (see below). If you're not in the mood for lunch, L'Gueuleton also has brunch, dinner and cocktail boxes available to order. Most of the cooking has already been done for you, with instructions on how to finish each dish enclosed in the boxes. You can order online or text 087 9393608 to request a callback to order. Click here to see the menu or order.
READ MORE: Honey madeleines recipe
The Globe Bar off-licence
The Globe Bar on South Great George's Street is obviously closed for service, but it has pivoted to become a craft beer off licence. The Globe has a massive range of craft beer available for takeaway, as well as Dingle Gin slushies and pints, in case you're missing a classic glass of the black stuff. To order, pop into the bar to grab your drink for takeaway or direct message The Globe on Instagram or Facebook to arrange delivery.