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The two-day international food symposium Food On The Edge took place in Galway this week, with chefs and other food leaders from around the world descending on the city for the event.
Thousands of people packed Castlebar's Main Street to get a second helping of the Mayo Street Food Festival last Sunday.
As Galway is the European Region of Gastronomy 2018, this year’s SeaFest will also celebrate the city’s food heritage and culture. From farmer and fisherman to chef, restaurateur or consumer, food plays a critical role in all our lives in Galway. The European Region of Gastronomy 2018 designation will focus on the vital role of the food industry in the west of Ireland, and showcase the high quality and rich produce available in the region.
Ballina will provide the stunning backdrop for Other Voices, the internationally acclaimed music television series and arts festival, this September 28 and 29.
AJLA is now open at The Bridge Centre, Clarinbridge. This classic dining restaurant offers exciting brunch and lunch menus showcasing the very best of locally sourced produce.
Classic dining restaurant AJLA in Clarinbridge is a new venture by the team behind PoppySeed Gourmet Cafés. AJLA combines casual and elegant dining. Enjoy evening dinner, all-day brunch, or breakfast in the restaurant, or simply sit and relax at the wine bar and enjoy a pouring glass and mezze board.
Christmas is a distant memory, the last major date on food producers’ calendars, and now its time to get ready for the next big thing.
It is shaping up to be a great year for Irish hospitality, and with accommodation bookings well up everywhere and eating out for breakfast and brunch now hugely popular — especially in cities — the quality of the Irish breakfast is playing a new part in showcasing the stellar standards of our food and hospitality industries.
Gourmets of Galway have an exciting year in store as the city and county have been chosen as the 2018 European Region of Gastronomy - the first time the award has gone to Ireland.
Labour spokesperson on Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Deputy Willie Penrose, says the Government’s number one priority for agriculture must be tackling the risks and challenges posed by Brexit.