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    Get a taste of autumn

    Soft golden light, burnished red leaves and mild weather, autumn in Ireland is a sight to behold, and it’s a great time to enjoy some of the best of the island’s food festivals

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    Armagh Food & Cider Weekend - Sept

    Armagh is known as the island of Ireland’s “Orchard County” owing to its bounty of apple-laden orchards. So it’s fitting that each September, the city celebrates with a Food & Cider weekend right in the middle of harvest season. Against a backdrop of beautiful orchards, you can enjoy great local dishes, foraged lunches and cider tasting, as well as tours, talks and lots of fun.

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    Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival, County Galway

    Galway International Oyster Festival – Sept

    It’s the oldest oyster festival in the world and one of Europe’s longest-running food festivals, so you can be assured of a good time at the Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival. The big event here is the Irish and World Oyster Opening (or “shucking”) Championships, but you’ll be kept well entertained along the way with street parades, seafood trails, music and lots and lots of oysters.

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    Dingle Harbour, County Kerry

    Dingle Food Festival – Sept/Oct

    With County Kerry’s wild and wonderful Dingle Peninsula as the backdrop, the Dingle Food Festival is a treat for the eyes and the tastebuds. The epitome of wild Atlantic charm, Dingle is a seaside haven with ocean-fresh seafood and welcoming locals. One of the highlights of this foodie festival is The Taste Trail, a smorgasbord of tasty dishes offered up in pubs, cafés, restaurants, art galleries and shops throughout the town. Pair that with wine tasting, gastronomy workshops and live music and you’re onto a winner.

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    Savour Kilkenny - Oct

    In Kilkenny city, medieval and modern meet to create an urban area bursting with culture, creativity and charisma. At Savour Kilkenny, devour mouthwatering food at an outdoor market in the shadow of handsome Kilkenny Castle. Or immerse yourself in the spirit of the festival with masterclasses, talks, demos and more.

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    Kinsale Gourmet Festival, County Cork

    Armagh Georgian Festival

    Calling all Jane Austen-era fans! The Armagh Georgian Festival is the place to be. Beginning in late November, Armagh city’s ancient streets come to life with costumed performers, street entertainment and market stalls laden with local artisanal food and drink. For a slice of opulence, book your tickets for the Great Georgian Banquet in The Palace – home of the late Archbishop Robinson, and the man who pioneered the city’s gorgeous Georgian architecture centuries ago.