There’s always a great reason to go to Dublin. World class shopping. Café culture. Theatre. Markets. Landmark tourist destinations like Stephen’s Green and Trinity College. These and more attractions bring thousands of people to Ireland’s capital each year. This week though, the city promises an exclusive revelation. As part of the Dublin Festival season, Open House Dublin takes place from 4th-6th October, in association with the Irish Architecture Foundation. No less than 100 private and public buildings will open their doors for behind-the-scenes tours. Destinations include the historical General Post Office on O’Connell Street, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Adelaide Street, Donnybrook Bus Garage, Dublin Port Centre, a private artisan cottage at Harty Place, architecturally renovated 1920’s home in Eaton Square Terenure, Casino at Marino and Dublin’s Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market at Mary’s Lane. Open House volunteers are waiting this weekend, to guide you through these and more doors to secret Dublin.Great food and accommodation is never far away in Dublin. All that snooping round the houses is bound to make you ravenous! At Good Food Ireland, we pride ourselves on the best Irish culinary experience,wherever you are in this country. All our Approved Providers focus on Irish ingredient led cuisine to offer a true taste of Ireland on their menus. The Good Food Ireland logo is your guarantee of trust when it comes to sourcing and serving fresh Irish produce in a creative way. Consult the Open House webpage and check this link to all Good Food Ireland Approved Providers in central Dublin and surrounding areas. Consider this coming weekend as a chance for architectural orienteering – with eats!