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Dine and Dream in Kilkenny with Rinuccini

A new Kilkenny escape, ‘Dine and Dream’, has been launched by Michelin-listed Ristorante Rinuccini and the four star Kilkenny River Court Hotel.

Enjoy the unique Autumnal atmosphere and festive décor of Kilkenny staying at the luxurious Kilkenny River Court Hotel with its spectacular views over the River Nore, tree-lined Canal Walk and iconic Kilkenny Castle. Located in the heart of the city’s top shopping and cultural attractions, the hotel is just a short, picturesque walk over the river to Ristorante Rinuccini to enjoy a three-course Italian dining experience specially created by chef, Antonio Cavaliere.

Award winning Ristorante Rinuccini is a fine-dining Italian restaurant owned and run by the Cavaliere family. Kilkenny’s longest established restaurant, Rinuccini is renowned for its cuisine, service, décor and wine. Celebrating more than 25 years in business, Rinuccini are long-time supporters of the South-East’s artisan producers whilst their Italian ingredients are imported directly from their home surroundings of Lazio, Italy.


With menus specially created by ‘Chef of the Year’ Antonio Cavaliere, the restaurant has achieved multiple awards including Irish Restaurant Association of Ireland’s ‘Best Customer Service’ in Ireland 2015 and ‘Best Wine Experience’ in Leinster 2016.

‘Dine and Dream’ in Kilkenny includes:

– Three course dinner at the Michelin-listed Ristorante Rinuccini
– Luxury overnight accommodation at Kilkenny River Court Hotel with free city centre parking and Wi-Fi
– Full Irish or healthy breakfast in the morning
– Relax by the river with Kilkenny River Court Hotel’s elegant Afternoon Tea served on the terrace with views over Kilkenny Castle

All from just €84 per person / two nights from €147 pps

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(T’s & C’s apply, valid from October 1st – December 15th 2016; offer excludes Friday and Saturdays and Bank Holiday Sunday)