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McCambridge's has teamed up with Teeling Whiskey Company to celebrate the roaring twenties and the days of prohibition this Good Friday with a night of drinks and delicacies.
September is a tough time of year with children going back to school. Parents have spent a small fortune on uniforms and books etc there is very little left for those little treats or breaks from cooking, so for the month of September, children eat free in Capones between 12 noon – 6pm every day.
A commanding portrait of Al Capone smiled proudly upon the wall of Capones last Wednesday as the restaurant celebrated its second birthday serving hearty Italian cuisine to the hungry palates of Galway. In a charismatic atmosphere where conversation flowed as smoothly as the wine poured and jazz band played, many faces from around the community joined the festivities.
Al Capone had two passions in life – a fine Italian feed and charity. Known as a modern day Robin Hood during his time, supporting local humanitarian causes was as important to the mobster as evading the coppers.
Gangster, bootlegger, and enemy number one, Al Capone once terrorised Chicago, but in Knocknacarra where his mugshots have moved from the police files to gracing the walls of the ever popular restaurant, Capones, his name has become synonymous with great food and service.
Capone's diner and takeaway is a family run business situated across the road from the Knocknacarra Shopping Centre at Kingston Hall.