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Being located in Galway’s West End means that the award-winning John Keogh's is located in one of Ireland’s Top 10 Foodie Destinations as awarded by the Restaurants Association of Ireland.
Organisers of the Athlone River Festival and Food Village have revealed details of what people can look forward to during the upcoming event, set to take place from Friday, September 9 to Sunday, September 11.
Cong has been named among the top 10 finalists in the national Foodie Destinations competition 2016.
Cully & Sully, the popular food and soup company, has teamed up with Grow It Yourself to create a unique international community that grows food together from the confines of an office.
The search for Ireland’s top Foodie Destinations 2016 is currently underway. Foodie Destinations, formerly known as Foodie Towns, celebrates Ireland’s unique and wonderful food offerings and encourages local food tourism initiatives across the country.
Flamingos Bar, Athlone’s newest bar, carvery, and music venue, is rapidly building its reputation as a relaxing venue with superb food offerings.
Gone are the days when food was something other people ate. Now everyone is atin’ it. We never had food when we were growing up. We just had Da Breakfast, Da Dinner and Da Tay. Da Supper was just cocoa and the odd biscuit. Food was something we saw in magazines on plates the likes of which you'd only take out for the Yanks as part of the ‘let's pretend we're something we're not’ annual campaign, when we'd sip tay, sorry tea out of blue willow cups with dainty fingers. And then we'd cover the table with food the likes of which we'd never ate and the likes of which they'd never ate and we'd depart then each thinking the other had the oddest taste in food ever.
If you are newly engaged or planing your wedding in the coming months or years, or indeed if you’re a fan of good locally sourced food, the Grand Hotel, Moate is the place to be this Saturday March 28.
Start the new year in style, with a gourmet feast in the intimate surroundings of Glasson Village Restaurant.
Following two successful events in 2012 and 2013, the Foodie Forum is to return to Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology on Tuesday February 3. This hugely successful event, the only one of its kind in an educational environment, is already attracting significant interest from chefs, food producers, craft brewers, restaurateurs, and culinary enthusiasts from around the country.