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The Just Eat Awards are back for another year - here's how to cast your vote for your favourite food spot
The choice is yours! We’re getting hungry just thinking about it…

DID SOMEBODY SAY… The Just Eat Awards? The Just Eat Awards are back for the ninth year to celebrate the best of the best in food delivery. The awards are an opportunity to celebrate the hundreds of locally-loved restaurants across the country and give the hardworking individuals behind Ireland’s favourite food spots their moment to shine.

We’re getting hungry just thinking about it!

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The Just Eat Awards is all about championing restaurants and the people who make them a success, it’s about passion, dedication and – excuse the pun – but the hunger to deliver unforgettable food to the people of Ireland. The great thing, as always, about this awards ceremony is that it’s voted for by the people, nobody knows the best delivery food around the country but the people who eat it, right? It’s in your hands who gets the awards – whether it’s your local number one takeaway or a well-loved chain that always hits the spot – the choice is yours and your favourite food spot needs your vote to win! 

With a huge variety of cuisines on offer (there are 16 categories in this year’s Just Eat Awards!) from Best Chains to your local favourite chipper, the time is now to cast your vote to see your favourite spot get the glory it deserves.

There’s also a new award in town this year that’s certainly worth shouting about, The Sustainability Award looks at the restaurants around the country using eco-friendly packaging, reducing food waste and finding innovative ways to promote sustainability and support the environment. Camille Thai in Swords, Honestly Farm Kitchens in Leitrim, and Muse Coffee and Food in Kilkenny, are just some of the names up for the coveted award, you can check out further information on the nominees here

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The gala ceremony will be hosted by TV presenter and podcast host, Muireann O’Connell, in February 2023, last years’ awards saw over 68,000 public votes and the good news is, there’s still plenty of time to get your votes in before they close on December 31.

Happy voting! 

 Voting ends 31st December 2022, so be sure to cast your vote now and winners will be announced at our awards night in February, 2023. 

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