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This year Caprice will be hosting Christmas nights on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays with enticing menus curated by the executive chef and owners John and Vicky.
Caprice has been a favourite with Galwegians and accidental passers-by with its great menus since its opening a couple of years back. The first thing you notice about Caprice is that the interior looks like a Pinterest board dream, all calm colours and twinkling lights. It is clear that a great deal of thought has gone into this design. Located at the corner of Church Lane and Market Street, Caprice has added to this area of town. It is a bit off the beaten path, but that doesn't seem to put many people off visiting. A good menu often trumps an out of the way address.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12 Caprice Cafe will host a very special ‘Dine in Pink’ dinner in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of this Galway-based charity which funds a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed by Prof Michael Kerin.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12th Caprice Cafe will host a very special Dinner ‘Dine in Pink’; in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of the Galway based charity who fund a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed-up by Prof. Micael Kerin.
With its first anniversary on the horizon for Caprice Café, owner Vicky Casey sat down with the advertiser.ie to talk about the cafe's successful first 12 months .
If you are a lover of Italian food and wine then you better clear your calendar on Thursday May 11th at 7:30pm and get reservations for a celebration of Italian food at Caprice Cafe with Italian Food Consultant Max Merli of Italicatessen, Ireland’s leading import and distributor of quality Italian produce.
Skinny Prosecco is now available at Caprice Cafe, Galway. Hailing from Soligo in Italy's Treviso province, Skinny Prosecco also has less than half the sugar content of a standard glass of normal Prosecco, with the added benefits of being organic and vegan-friendly.