Weekend loves: This week’s must do, see & buy

It’s one of Cork’s finest restaurants and Greenes is still striving for bigger and better. 

It’s hosting a unique pop up dinner on February 24 when executive head chef Bryan McCarthy will co-chef with JP McMahon of Michelin-starred Aniar, left. 

Expect a modern Irish menu with local seasonal, foraged and organic ingredients. This tasting menu costs €120.



The five-star Fitzwilliam Hotels in Dublin and Belfast show there’s no such thing as sibling rivalry with the launch of a new double package to sample the best of both capital cities. 

Both central, and both uber cool, this great escape package includes an overnight at each hotel and first class return train tickets - all for €480 for both nights. www.fitzwilliamhoteldublin.com 


Retinol is the latest beauty buzzword - and its benefits truly are backed by science. Murad has really pushed the boat out with its latest serum, with triactive retinol. 

There’s fast acting to boost cellular renewal, time released to deliver sustained levels and a booster to act like a magnet to enhance benefits. Launching next month at €85, use only at night.


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