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To my mind, there are three levels of food in Irish pubs. At one end is the traditional pub, where your only dining decision is whether to have the cheese and onion or salt and vinegar. And then there is proper pub grub, comforting soups, tasty sandwiches, and old favourites like bangers and mash or lasagne, usually in overly generous portions. At the other extreme of the scale are the ones who take themselves very seriously, where you can expect such delights as 'roasted marrow bones with curried clams in a grilled octopus reduction'.
The June Bank Holiday Weekend sees the return of The Grainne Ale Festival at Gracy's Bar and Café on the grounds of Westport House tomorrow June 4 and Sunday June 5. Now in it's third year the event goes from strength to strength bringing the very best of craft beers, gourmet pizza, and an amazing variety music.
Located right in the heart of the city, The Gaslight Bar & Brasserie has fast become a favourite for those looking for a vibrant city centre venue for drinks or dinner. The Parlour at the Meyrick has long been popular for meeting up for lunch or afternoon tea. The elegant, modern, space on the ground floor, previously the Oyster Grill, is cool and contemporary with gleaming tiles and bare bulbs. It keeps all the advantages of the grand old building's period features, the lofty ceilings and elegant windows of this elegant Victorian hotel overlooking Eyre Square.
The Gaslight Bar & Brasserie offers the perfect city centre venue for delicious dining and drinks, with its vibrant atmosphere; cool, comfortable vibe; abundance of natural light and views out over Eyre Square to watch the world go by. The Gaslight menus have been rejuvenated for the summer season, offering honest, delicious, food options, paired with an expertly chosen wine list and an innovative cocktail menu.
The Sheraton Athlone Hotel has come up with a new take on food combining - without any of the restrictive principles and days of planning that came with Dr Hay’s original theory from the 1930s!