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Marina’s Grill at Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway, has been awarded an AA rosette for 2017. The AA has been awarding rosettes annually since 1955 to hotels producing fine cuisine. The aim of the rosette scheme is to provide AA members, its guidebook readers, and the general public reliable information about where to eat, with rosettes awarded on a rising scale of 1 to 5.
In the last major chef shuffle in the west, The Ardilaun got a winning hand in securing Ultan Cooke as executive head chef. He has an impressive pedigree, after graduating from GMIT, Cooke moved to London to work in the renowned Savoy Grill, The Conservatory at the Lanesborough Hotel, as well as working with John Torode in his restaurants Smiths of Smithfield and The Luxe.
Opened in March by proprietors Spencer and Sandra Lacey, The Salthill Social is more than just another restaurant, it is part of the fabric of Salthill and wider Galway community.
Opened in March by proprietors Spencer and Sandra Lacey The Salthill Social is more than just another restaurant, it is part of the fabric of Salthill and wider Galway community.
John Keogh's The Lockkeeper has been named as one of Ireland's best gastro pubs by Hospitality Ireland. At an awards ceremony held in Dublin on Monday October 16. It has been a season of wins for John Keogh's after being awarded the title of Best Pub Food and Best Customer Service in Connacht by the Irish Pub Awards 2017.
Since 1852 Galway's iconic Hotel Meyrick on Eyre Square has been the city’s favourite establishment due to its culinary delights, welcoming ambiance, and unrivalled location on Eyre Square.
Ladies, gather up all your friends, add a splash of pink to your outfit and make your way to Kilronan Castle Estate & Spa on Sunday, October 22, as the date has just been confirmed for their annual Ladies’ Luncheon and Toe2Toe Makeover.
Ladies, gather up all your friends, add a splash of pink to your outfit, and make your way to Kilronan Castle Estate & Spa on Sunday, October 22, for the hotel’s annual ‘Toe2Toe Makeover’ event.
Athlone Springs Hotel is the place to party this festive season; centrally located, contemporary décor, good food and drink and lots of Christmas cheer will make your party stand out from the rest.
Despite another sodden summer weather-wise, it has been another great year for Irish hospitality. While closures are still occurring, the number of new businesses opening continues apace. New openings are mainly of the bistro and café variety, with tea rooms continuing to grow in popularity and the afternoon tea craze reaching its peak.