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The Front Door to give trip to weekend workers

The Front Door pub is giving away a holiday a month at its 999 Night WWW (Workers Wednesday Weekend). The competition kicked off two weeks ago as people battle it out to win a place in the final at The Front Door on April 14.

Travelodge makes a second attempt at Athlone foothold

A plan has been submitted this week (March 1) to build a Travelodge motel closeto the Blyry industrial estate between the bypass and Ericssons, less than a year after a similar plan was refused.

New recruitment company focuses on hospitality recruitment in the west

FnB Solutions is a recruitment agency catering exclusively for the hospitality industry in the west of Ireland. Nigel Murray, FnB’s founder, believes that the west of Ireland has needed this service for a long time.

Debutantes’ early morning drink lands pub licensee in court

The licensee of an Oranmore pub was told to pay €500 to charity to avoid a conviction after a group of debutantes were caught drinking on the premises at 9.30am.

Order, order, the Dáil bar has opened

Most mere mortals will have never had a chance to sample the Dáil bar, but that changed in Galway this week when a new pub of the same name opened in the city centre.

The pumphouse gets a face lift

Last week The Pumphouse on High street underwent major surgery.

Experienced hotelier appointed new general manager of the g

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The luxurious and award winning g Hotel has recently appointed Damien O’ Riordan as general manager to one of Ireland’s most fashionable five star properties. Damien has built a career for himself working in a selection of the most renowned establishments across Ireland and the United States of America and now plans to draw on these experiences to create the ultimate hospitality experience for guests, both locally and internationally at the g hotel.

Trad music at PJ Flaherty's

PJ FLAHERTY’S in Lower Salthill was established in 1872 and as is fitting for a venue which sees itself as a traditional pub, there are trad sessions every Saturday night.

New Midlands company to aid hospitality sector

A new innovative and exciting company has been launched in the Midlands which aims to help cut costs for the hospitality sector.

There for the beer — The Oslo, Galway’s first microbrewery pub

Once upon a time the Oslo was Galway’s most popular dance spot, and now thanks to a couple of insightful entrepreneurs the 60s dance hall is being given a new lease of life.

 

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