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I love being the food writer for the Mayo Advertiser as the perks are fantastic. Last week my wife Julie and I were invited to sample the new tasting menu at Season’s Restaurant on Main Street, Castlebar. We were greeted by owner John Mulroy and brought to a lovely window table which overlooks the Main Street. I have eaten here before and the restaurant is very clean and modern, but so comfortable that you immediately feel like you are at home. New head chef Tobias Streinetberger has brought many years’ experience of working on luxury cruise ships to Season’s Restaurant and likes to let the food and the flavours talk for themselves.
Lucky me, I am blessed with my job here as food writer for the Mayo Advertiser.
Are you looking for a fine dining experience, without the pomp, in an old style building with high ceilings, fabulous local artwork, and modern but traditional decor?
The Bealtaine Festival is the national festival celebrating creativity in older age and Ireland’s largest collaborative arts festival. Running from May 1-31 and co-ordinated by Age & Opportunity, the festival collaborates with local, regional, and national organisations to produce inspiring and innovative opportunities for older people to engage and participate in a whole range of arts events and experiences.
Easter Bingo at Drum
Newport native Brendan Chambers is in the communication business for more than 30 years. Now, along with his wife Julie, he runs C&C Cellular Ltd, the largest mobile phone company in the west. “We are proud to be one of the eight exclusive Vodafone agents in Ireland offering the same great deals, same great offers, and great value no matter where you shop,” Mr Chambers said. “We offer the same prices in Belmullet as in Blanchardstown or in Claremorris as in Cork.”
THIS FILM has taken a bashing from the critics but I’m willing to go against the grain. Call me crazy if you will but I really enjoyed this comedy.
Two Mayo locals placed first and third at the inaugural Your Store’s Got Talent competition, a Tesco charity fundraiser in aid of the Irish Cancer Society, for which participants helped to raise over €11,500.
Towards the end of the 19th century Colman Greene came from Carna to Galway to work, mostly as a fisherman. He married Julia McGrath from Newcastle and they opened a pub near the Spanish Arch. They also sold tea and sugar and candles, etc, often as provisions to boatmen going out to fish. They had trawlers and fishing boats of their own at the Claddagh, and were fish merchants also.
A Castlebar syndicate were the lucky winners of €250,000 in the Lotto Plus 2 draw last Saturday.