Restaurant and pub owners are hopeful of a further easing of restrictions on indoor dining.
Lobby groups are meeting Government officials tomorrow to discuss how the restrictions may be managed.
The hospitality sector didn't get everything it wanted when being allowed to open doors for the first time this year last month.
Tomorrow another meeting takes place between Government officials and the sector.
Among the demands are later opening hours beyond 11.30pm.
Some, like Tom Mulligan of the Cobblestone pub in Smithfield also want some of the live music restrictions lifted.
At the meeting tomorrow the Restaurants Association of Ireland is also expected to call on the Government to outline when restrictions on indoor dining can lift, and if it should be tied to the rate of vaccination.