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Clayton Hotel Galway is the ideal choice to take a break and pop in for a morning coffee, a spot of lunch or an evening meal. The Red Bean Roastery Coffee Dock at Clayton Hotel Galway is open Monday to Friday from 7am, serving freshly baked scones, pastries, and light snacks. With comfy couches, complimentary WiFi, and free parking, it is the ideal meeting spot.
Ireland’s consumers have a growing taste for wine and spirits, according to a new report published today by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI).
Oregon Grape Root - aka Mountain Grape - is not actually a grape. It is one of several plants high in ‘berberine’, which is responsible for it’s anti-microbial action.
Skoda is set to further add to its model range with the premiere of the hybrid Skoda Vision X at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Vision X transfers the characteristic features of Skoda’s new SUV models to another vehicle segment - the urban crossover.
The Czech car manufacturer is presenting an outlook on the continued development of its model range, with the hybrid study Skoda Vision X.
Skinny Prosecco is now available at Caprice Cafe, Galway. Hailing from Soligo in Italy's Treviso province, Skinny Prosecco also has less than half the sugar content of a standard glass of normal Prosecco, with the added benefits of being organic and vegan-friendly.
Beautiful old world stone and wood interior by the mill wheel on the river Corrib, Il Vicolo will make you forget that you are in Galway's city centre as you sample divine Italian food and wine while enjoying the live music.
The team at 56 Central have joined forces with the talented team at Thomas Woodberry Wines to bring you a night of French wine, French food, and of course French music.
Are you watching the football? France, the hosts are through to the last 16, and are looking good. When I think of France, I think of their favourite ingredient, onions. Onions are a much underrated ingredient in the kitchen, but are so important to our health and overall well-being, as well as being a cheap and tasty vegetable.
While enjoying a quieter location than most city centre properties, this upscale waterfront hotel is just a stroll from Eyre Square and all Galway has to offer. There is a modern restaurant serving afternoon tea and a sleek bar with a cocktail menu. Breakfast, lunch, coffee, cake, dinner and wine, it has the lot. There is always a mix of families, groups of friends, and couples young and old in the dining room.