Book Recommendations


#142

I’ve discovered a great little place up in Killester! it’s across the road from Supervalue, just as you turn to go up to Parnell Park. It’s about 10 feet up that road, hidden into the side. It looks like a simple cafe. But the wings and the burgers are GREAT. Big menu. Lovely staff. And a nice outdoor eating area out the back. Well worth checking out.


#143

The old cinema block?


#144

No. Before that. Inbetween the old cinema block and Supervalue. You literally cross the road from Supervalue and then round the bend to go up to Parnell Park - and it’s immediately in on your left.


#145

Cheers @Roman - often find myself hungry and with time to kill around PP - will keep an eye out for that.


#146

I’d lunch in it about 2 years ago and was impressed and keep meaning to go back but keep forgetting


#147

I could never forget that I am hungry.


#148

The restaurant beside the washing machine parts shop? Good grub there alright.


#149

That’s the one!


#150

53 Avenue


#151

Brought Philly’s book with me on holidays this week and finished it in 3 days. I’m not a reader I get bored of books very easy but everything in this was interesting,


#152

Am poolside in Espana reading mad Jackie Tyrrell’s - crazy dude. Also picked up BODs bio for a fiver and Rala’s for 88c!!!


#153

I only brought the 1 book as I thought it would take me all holiday to read, got a loan of a John Grisham Book The Whistler which I started this morning, As I said not much of a reader but heard others talk of Grisham’s books before so will give it a go.


#154

Grisham’s are alright and once you’ve read one you’ve read them all! I just bring the kindle now. I have still only read 55% of Alistair Campbell’s book and this is my third year with it. :grin:


#155

It’s a great read, good old Malcolm Tucker


#156

Yeah I thumb in and out of it - if that’s possible with a kindle! The real thing must be the size of an old phone book.


#157

Just started to read Sam Maguire, the man and the cup, great read so far.
He played for London in the 1902 AI Final v Dublin, game was played in Athletics Ground in Cork (opening of stadium).
Dublin were represented by Bray Emmets, so technically Bray have an AI title…