DUBLIN restaurants are offering three-course meals at bargain prices for one week in a bid to tempt cash-strapped customers back into the city centre.
More than 50 upmarket eateries across the capital are taking part in the sixth Dine In Dublin programme, which starts today and runs for the next seven days.
Promotional rates at some of the city's top restaurants will vary from €15, €20, €25 to €30 for a traditional three-course meal.
Bargain hunters should save at least 20pc from their restaurant bills.
While there won't be the choice of an a la carte menu, participating restaurants have been asked to offer a selection of five starters, five mains and three desserts.
All details for the scheme, which is organised by the Dublin City Business Improvement District in association with the Restaurant Association of Ireland, can be found online at dineindublin.ie.