Starbucks opens its first Galway café in NUIG

Pictured at the opening of Starbucks were (l-r): Keith Warnock, vice-president for capital projects, NUIG; Ann Duggan, conference/catering manager, NUIG; John Gaffney, director of management accounting, NUIG; and Donal O’Sullivan, Campbell Catering.

Pictured at the opening of Starbucks were (l-r): Keith Warnock, vice-president for capital projects, NUIG; Ann Duggan, conference/catering manager, NUIG; John Gaffney, director of management accounting, NUIG; and Donal O’Sullivan, Campbell Catering.

Global coffee house Starbucks has opened its first Galway café on campus in NUI Galway, as part of the university’s redesign of its 800-seat restaurant, An Bhialann.

The introduction of Starbucks is part of an investment of c€3.5 million by Ireland’s food services division ARAMARK, Campbell Catering, and NUIG.

Ann Duggan, NUIG’s conference/catering manager said: “NUI Galway prides itself on providing a quality service to all its staff and students, the campus now boasts 14 restaurants which provide healthy eating options for a community of over 17,500 staff and students.”

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