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The Universal’s success

The Universal is a small bar with its sights set on craft beers and cocktails. Located in the West End district of Galway city, it complements the alternative nature of the area with its idiosyncratic menus and drink selection. It opened in 2016 in the premises that was previously The Old Forge and never have two pubs been more different from each other. Conor Lynam opened The Universal Bar just down from his other great success, the Bierhaus. A year later, and this Irish contemporary restaurant and bar has a solid reputation for good food and imaginative drinks.

Out with the old...

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It is fair to say, I think, that we have all learned to lower our expectations a little when dining in a hotel. Often we hear the phrase "the food was great", qualified by the appendage "for a wedding". After all, serving 120-plus plates of beef or salmon all at the same time is an entirely different prospect than cooking two or four plates to order.

Galway loves gin

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The craft beer revolution is in full swing and has well and truly whet consumers' appetites for higher quality beverages. The new thirst for premium alcoholic products has set the stage for the micro-distillers to start a revolution of their very own. Whiskey distilleries had begun to pop up across the country over the last few years. Since whiskey is required to be in a cask for three years to earn the Irish stamp of approval, many operators struggle to survive long enough to break even. Gin, however, does not suffer from the same limitations. The process of making gin is quicker than whiskey, no long ageing in barrels or intricate blending of different casks is required.

Thyme named best restaurant in Westmeath

The Irish Restaurant Awards is proud to announce Thyme Restaurant as Dalcassian Wines & Spirits and Astoria Wines Best Restaurant in County Westmeath for 2016. The prestigious title was revealed at the Irish Restaurant Awards Leinster regional event which took place in Croke Park recently.

Food and entertainment aplenty available at Studio Eglinton Street

Studio, located at 20 Eglinton Street, is Galway's funkiest new eatery and late night entertainment venue. Located close to Brown Thomas, Studio serves food all day and offers an extensive cocktail menu, selection of mainstream and craft beer, and a bespoke wine selection.

Eat, drink, and embrace Studio, Galway’s newest venue

Studio, Galway’s newest restaurant and bar, has just opened its doors, boasting a new concept venue born of the culture of welcoming and enjoyment for which the west of Ireland is famous.


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