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Patrick McCabe Architects are hosting a Coffee Morning with a difference on Sat October 15 from 12pm to 3pm in aid of COPE Galway.
Are you sick of relying on coffee to keep you energised throughout these busy summer days? Are you looking for a more natural and healthy way to boost your energy levels? With the long days and even longer nights that summer brings, it can be hard to keep up with it all. But fear not, Evergreen Healthfoods is here to help.
Bartenders from all over Galway gathered recently in the celebrated Garavan’s Bar, Connacht’s Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year 2014 and 2015, to compete in what was described as the Irish Coffee event of the year. Run by Garavan’s, in association with Power’s Irish Whiskey, the bartenders showcased their skills by creating both a traditional and a signature Irish coffee for celebrity judges chef Kevin Dundon and Ireland’s top mixologist Ariel Sanecki.
Great news for coffee lovers! Costa Coffee, Europe’s favourite coffee house, has opened their second store in Galway creating 12 new jobs in Galway. Their first store in the city was opened at 21 Quay Street. The new Costa at Eyre Square offers all the top quality Costa drinks, food and products including Coffee Club – a points based reward scheme offering lots of free products.
McCambridge’s of Galway are teaming up with the Executive Directors of Sauvage Restaurant, Berlin for a Hunter Gatherer Feast this Good Friday as part of the Food Festival.
SuperValu has just launched its range of Signature Tastes coffee capsules for coffee lovers to enjoy in the comfort of their own home.
The cup of tea, beloved by the Irish, is very much in danger of losing its place as the nation's hot beverage of choice, threatened by our growing addiction to coffee. Even for those of us who cannot be bothered with the fuss of grinding and filtering and are happy enough to put up with the dried and jarred, coffee flavoured dust at home, we still expect much more from our coffee when out and about.
A coffee morning which will take place at Tom Sheridan’s bar, Knocknacarra on Friday will support an eight-year-old city girl who is battling cancer for the third time.