Economies around the world are struggling to cope with the impact of COVID–19, and Dublin is no different. We’re encouraging all Dubliners to support local businesses, whether it’s for fresh food supplies, take away meals, or any products and services. It’s vital that we put money into the local economy.
Food & drink collection
- All the Food has gathered a list of the city centre’s best Restaurants You Can Now Collect Food From.
- TheLocal.ie has pulled together 30+ places doing great take-out coffee in Dublin right now.
Food & drink delivery
- Dublin Live A–Z of takeaways still delivering: Over 170 takeaways around the region are still delivering food to your door. Check this listing to find your locals.
- All the Food is usually known for championing new restaurant openings in Dublin, and right now they’re on the ball by listing 15 New Restaurants To Get Food Delivered From.
- If you’re missing your weekend cocktails and craft beers in city centre bars, you’ll appreciate this guide, also from All the Food, on Where To Get Drinks Delivered From.
- EatforIreland.ie is a new directory app supporting Irish restaurants, cafés, producers, growers and other food businesses during COVID–19.
Fresh produce deliveries
- The Irish Times lists 12 of the best Irish food boxes, delivered to your door.
- All the Food has a great guide for Where To Get Groceries Delivered From In A Lockdown.
- The Irish Times asked readers for small companies that now do home delivery. Here’s their selection.
- DublinTown businesses online: DublinTown, Dublin City’s business improvement district, has listed all of the businesses within their area that are operating at present.
- Shop Local Online: Listing almost 250 businesses around the country, this directory is free to join.
- SupportDublin.com: Developed by local creative agency, Netll, SupportDublin.com lists businesses across a range of sectors.
- Shoplocal.irish: From art supplies to seafood, there’s someone in Shoplocal.irish’s directory that can meet your needs.