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The Mayor of Galway, Labour city councillor Niall McNelis, is demanding a ban on non-compostable coffee cups, following publication of a report by Recycling List Ireland, which found that 200 million coffee cups are thrown away in Ireland every year.
The newly refurbished and newly branded Grain & Grill Bar and Restaurant at Maldron Hotel, Sandy Road, Galway, opened on May 11 after an extensive makeover. The branding of the bar and restaurant is known in many Maldron hotels across the country and has now been introduced as part of the multimillion works that have taken place in the hotel.
A coffee morning will take place tomorrow (Friday) from 10.30am to 1pm at the Connemara Lake Hotel, Oughterard.
A parents’ coffee morning, to be held in a children’s play centre in Galway, was cancelled last Sunday morning after the owner received contacts of a threatening nature.
There is a great story behind every McCafe Coffee at McDonald's.
Two decades on for Mocha Beans as the café, roastery and Galway favourite turns twenty
Café Temple on Augustine St is not your average café. In some places where you sit down to relax and have a cup of coffee, you will feel like you are being rushed, just another customer on the conveyor belt, ready to be replaced by the next one. This is not the case at Café Temple.
The simplistic and rustic decor of The 53 Coffee House is the perfect setting to enjoy the best coffee around, the aromatic smell of coffee warmly invites you into the light and cosy cafe with a coffee menu that has you spoilt for choice.
Barista training is now available in Galway, So what is a Barista? the dictionary says it is a person who makes and serves coffee ( as espresso) to the public. That is it in a nutshell, however it is easier said than done.
Murrays is a friendly neighbourhood coffee shop with a long history. The building was originally built by the Murray family in the 1930s and over the next 60 years it served the community as a grocery shop and post office. There are many Galway people who fondly remember spending their pocket money on sweets and ice cream in Murrays! The shop closed in the 1990s but the family continued to live above it. In 2016 Doireann, great-grand-daughter of the original Mr. Murray, re-opened the business as a coffee shop and bakery.