Eating well and taking photos of food is basically a national past time. How about adding some Irish luck to your meal? JOEY restaurants is doing just that with its gift cards. A JOEY gift card could literally whisk you away on a trip for two to Dublin, Ireland.

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The "Give JOEY, Get JOEY" gift card selection is a simple, easy, and super cool gift-giving opportunity. And who doesn't like their meal paid for?Surprise someone this Holiday season by telling them to pack their bags and travel with you through some of the coolest and most picturesque spots in the city of Dublin.

The best part of a JOEY gift card? You can send them instantly to family and friends electronically without having to worry about the manual labour of it all. There's always someone that's just a little too hard to shop for, and now you don't have to think about it anymore and resume your binge-watching status. No judgment here.

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Here's how it works. All you have to do is buy one of JOEY’s gift cards. For every $100 gift card that you buy, you receive a $10 bonus card. Keep it for yourself or treat your bestie at the next #GirlsNightOut. Then subscribe to the JOEY newsletter when you’re checking out your gift card online and you’re entered to WIN a 5 day trip for two to Dublin. Cool, right?

If you’ve ever had the JOEY experience, you know from the food to the drinks to the charming service, it's designed to make the visit special, fun, and full of Insta-worthy moments. It's the ultimate in casual fine dining. Basically, a guaranteed good time when you’re on a first date or a much needed catch up with your friends.

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The experience in Dublin is going to be amazing. This prize - are you excited yet? - will be curated for you and your unique tastes. You'll get to enjoy the very best of Dublin during your stay.

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It includes all your meals, a VIP tour of the Guinness Brewery with seven floors of history and a guided tour of the Gastro Pubs in Dublin City. You’ve hit the jackpot with a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

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Here are some things worth exploring while you’re in Dublin:
Temple Bar: This neighbourhood in Dublin is the culture, art and entertainment hub of Dublin. A narrow maze of streets beside the River Liffey, landmarks with offbeat specialty stores and street entertainers. It also becomes abuzz with cool nightclubs off the corner.

O’Connell Street: The main street and gem of the city. Check out art galleries, shop around Henry Street and the vibrant market on Moore Street.

George’s Street Arcade: In a beautiful redbrick covered market, you’ll find an eclectic mix of market stalls, shops, specialty items, spice merchants and old vinyl record sellers. Hang out for the ambiance and sip on a pint of Guinness, or two.

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Whether you’re enjoying your night out at JOEY or taking in the beauty of Ireland, this will be a memorable experience for you. As food connoisseurs, here are some guaranteed palate pleasers during your dining experience.

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Japanese Gyoza, pork dumplings with mustard hot sauce. Pair that with lettuce wraps and a Pesto Shrimp flatbread, and you're good to go for the night.

You can never go wrong with Hawaiian Tuna Tacos (are you drooling yet?) with citrus soy marinade, avocado and miso sauce (omg!). End with a Raspberry Butterscotch Mousse and literally thank us later.

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Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the most important part - the drink. Obviously, an assortment of wine is on offer at all restaurants, but the go-tos are the cool selection of Sangrias, the Frozen Rose, and a vodka Leading Lady.

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Each JOEY restaurant across Canada is super cute, cool, and unique, but what they all have in common is a guaranteed good time.

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Don't forget to purchase your JOEY gift card and subscribe to JOEY's newsletter to win. Check out JOEY restaurant on Instagram.

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