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Galway’s g Hotel & Spa is hosting a Seafood Sensations Dinner on Thursday June 28 in the award-winning Restaurant gigi’s. Guests will savour an enticing five courses (including non-seafood items for land lovers), expertly paired with wines bursting with summer for €60 per person.
From the bright lights of Milan to the small, charming, streets of Galway, Simone has delighted the palates of food lovers wherever he has crafted his dishes.
The CNM natural chef course is a three-part diploma course covering everything you need to know to become a successful natural chef; from how the digestive process works, to building a culinary career. CNM’s natural chef training consists of 420 hours of life-changing education, followed by an internship of 100 additional hours.
Ireland has gone street food crazy with plenty of quality operations in food trucks and stalls in the most unlikely places such as industrial estates and business parks as well as markets and events. From farmers looking for a new market for their produce to budding chefs and restaurateurs squeezed out by high rents, there are talented people involved and the food they offer is going down a treat. Standards are more than a match for the best permanent restaurants and the best of them soon graduate to bricks and mortar premises of their own with the advantage of a ready built following, so it looks as if this trend is here to stay.
Everyone has a few favourite independent stores in Galway that just make shopping so much more enjoyable. They might include some independent clothes shops, cafes, restaurants, butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers, or bookshops, the city is full of them. There is a knowledge, expertise, and friendly banter in these stores that you do not get in the big chains. One of these shops that makes shopping in Galway such a pleasure is undoubtedly Evergreen.
Three new book launches, panel discussions, creative workshops, poetry and fiction will be central to a jam packed Wild Atlantic Words Literary festival which runs from this Wednesday, October 4 to Sunday, October 8 in Castlebar. And the programme has something for every taste — children's events, young people's writing, history debates, sporting memoirs, culinary arts, hometown reminiscences.
This year’s Ballinasloe Fair and Festival will be the largest ever held with 85,000 visitors expected and an estimated €8.5 million revenue for the local economy.