Nominate Your Favorite Irish-Interest Websites, Apps, and Blogs!

Irish Fireside Best of the WebWe’re gearing up for St. Paddy’s Day, and for the all-things-Irish celebration we’re compiling a list of the Best of the Web for Irish travel and heritage.

Nominate Your Favorites

Today we’re asking you to nominate your go-to places on the web… the places that get you dreaming about Ireland. We’ve added a few categories to help out. From now until March 14, you can follow the nomination form link below. Nominate all your favorite Ireland-related sites by including a title and a full website url.

We’ll sort through the nominations and feature the very best right around St Patrick’s Day. That’s when interest in Ireland seems to explode, and we want to shine the Irish Fireside spotlight on the best content out there.

If you fill out the form and think of more sites later, you are welcome to fill out another nomination form.

<< Nominations Now Closed >>

Author: Corey

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  1. My favourite web site is I frequently watch the news and the people at RTE are real professionals. They do a great job of keeping the people of Ireland informed. And to think of all the people that have emigrated in the past few years can sure keep in touch via the web as to what is happening at home. RTE news is well balanced with times being tough over there they don’t paint a total 100% negative story.
    Ireland will recover and fiscally will be a stronger than ever. The change of Government in 2011 was the best thing that happened in ages.

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  2. While this website is not based out of Ireland, it does contain “All Things Irish in Michigan!” Its been nominated for a “Cultural and Heritage” Irish Fireside Best of the Web Award!

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  3. Love this site – modern Irish food, life and humour with gorgeous photos

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