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Midland Big Band each Monday night at the Prince

The Midland Big Band are enjoying a great summer season at The Prince of Wales Hotel.

Experience great food at The Prince

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Have you space in your week for one of The Prince’s nightly specials?

Carve Your Own at SALT

Sunday is not complete without a roast dinner but for many, this age-old tradition has become somewhat lost in recent years. Now, SALT Restaurant & Bar at 163 Upper Salthill is reviving the traditional Sunday roast… but it’s doing so with a twist.

Irish dining scene a picture of diversity!

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Stew, spuds and stout? For those who believe that Ireland’s food scene still revolves around these three staples, it’s time for you to come out from under that rock.

Look who has a new Sunday Brunch Menu and its divine!

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Since opening its doors earlier this year the Sitting Duck cafe has been full of surprises. From its freshly baked raspberry muffins to ice lattes or beat the freeze with a steaming hot chocolate, made with real chocolate drops, their new lunch and brand new sunday brunch menu. The Sitting Duck Cafe has become a part of the Galway dialect, a real home for some of Galway's local characters. 

Try Supermac’s all-new light sandwich

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Supermac’s has launched a new light sandwich recently.

St Nicholas’ Parochial School and MADRA join paws for fundraising event/open day on Pancake Tuesday

St Nicholas’ Parochial Primary School is a co-educational, multi-denominational, child-centred, school with a long tradition of serving the youth of Galway. It is centrally located in Woodquay (beside The Town Hall Theatre) and due to this central location, the pupils have the opportunity to attend many different educational events held in The Town Hall Theatre, Dubray Book Shop, The Black Box, Galway City Museum, Galway City Library, and many other interesting locations.

Sunday service at The Maldron

Is Sunday lunch a thing of the past? It has certainly changed, but it is still a good excuse for friends and family to get together to enjoy a meal and catch up on everyone’s news. It is far more informal than in the past and it doesn’t even need to be strictly at lunchtime — people have much busier lives so it depends on what works best for your family. These days, a Sunday lunch at home is just as likely to be a one-pot dish prepared in advance, a stir-fry, or pulled pork rather than a proper roast. In the summer it can be a barbecue or an al fresco picnic, perhaps with ice-cream and fruit; in the colder months, slow-roast lamb with seasonal vegetables and a hot pudding are the order of the day.

Traditional Carvery Sunday Lunch is back at The Ardilaun

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Due to popular demand, the traditional carvery Sunday Lunch returns to the Camilaun Restaurant at The Ardilaun Hotel in Taylors Hill, from this Sunday onwards, and is the perfect lunch stop for catching up with old friends, making some new ones, or simply celebrating a family occasion, and is the perfect way to while away a lazy afternoon.

Celebrate SeaFest with Mary’s fish and chips

Mary Kilcommons, owner of Mary’s Fish, Ballybane, formerly Mary Carrick from the Claddagh, prides herself on sourcing produce from local providers. Mary’s Fish, in conjunction with Tribeton, would like to invite you to try some fish and chips during the Galway SeaFest this Saturday and Sunday.

 

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