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April
29th

Dining Out For Life: Spotlight on Doyle’s Public House

Doyle's Guinness stew is served with a slice of Irish soda bread, with currants and caraway seeds, made by Corina Bakery.

Doyle’s Public House is the place for two things: Guinness and Irish stew. Add to that the ethereal soda bread made for Doyle’s by Corina Bakery. Good, hearty eating and beer swilling is what Doyle’s is known for best.

Doyle’s is one of dozens of restaurants and bars that will participate today, April 29, in Dining Out For Life, the dine-out event where participating restaurants in Pierce County will donate 25 percent of meal sales to the Pierce County AIDS Foundation. To contribute all you have to do is dine at Doyle’s or another participating restaurant listed here.

Click “more” to read about the Irish stew at Doyle’s, which I reviewed in March. Read more »

Feb.
26th

Irish dreams: Soda bread at Corina Bakery

Doyle’s Guinness stew is served with a slice of Irish soda bread, with currants and caraway seeds, made by Corina Bakery.

Irish soda bread: it joins the list of carbs I shouldn’t have eaten this week, but I did anyway. Corina is to blame.

The Tacoma bakery bakes the bread for Doyle’s. Doyle’s serves the bread toasted with dishes like shepherd’s pie and Guinness stew.

I don’t usually like soda bread. I’ve always thought it a waste of a bread. It’s thick, dense, the texture is difficult to get right. Most examples I’ve eaten are better as door stoppers than something I want to use as a vessel to dip into a big bowl of Guinness braised stew. Read more »