It may be freezing outside, but it is pretty much May and that means summer is only around the corner, even if we don't get the temperatures we might hope for.
Dublin is buzzing during the summer months, with loads of fun things to do. One of the funnest things is heading to the Iveagh Gardens in June to try loads of food and drink at Taste of Dublin.
This year's event was officially launched today, and the theme is... 'Flavours of the World'.
Taste of Dublin Managing Director, Avril Bannerton, explained the thinking behind it. She said "Irish tastes have been changing so much over recent years".
Avril explained how menus in restaurants across Dublin now have a "much wider variety and greater international influence" and that "we now have a far more cosmopolitan food culture than ever before."
Over 32,000 people are expected to attend over four days, where restaurants like Suesey Street, KLAW, and Saba, will be serving up dishes
Over 30 chefs will be working away in the kitchens including big names like Clodagh McKenna, Darina Allen, Jean Christophe Novelli, Kevin Dundon and Neven Maguire.
This year's Taste of Dublin will be held from Thursday 15th - Sunday 18th June. You can find out more here.