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A number of Galway restaurateurs have declared that decisions on who will be admitted to their premises will be based on a customer's whereabouts the previous fortnight.
Creative ingenuity and a willingness to positively adapt is certain to prove pivotal as local businesses come to terms with the impact of COVID-19 on their daily trade.
Athlone’s reputation as a gastronomy destination of vast repute was significantly enhanced at the Leinster Regional Final of Irish Restaurant awards which took place in The Knightsbrook Hotel, Trim, recently.
Oscars Seafood Bistro’s international award winning book, Sea Gastronomy Fish & Shellfish of the North Atlantic by Michael O'Meara, has been awarded in the Gourmand 25th anniversary best food publications of the past 25 years at the Paris Cookbook Fair, held at the Louvre recently.
Paul and Mary Grealish of The King’s Head Bistro in Galway’s Latin Quarter, together with Ronan Scully of Self Help Africa, are hosting a special International Women’s Day lunch in aid of Self Help Africa on Sunday March 8.
Anne Marie Kelly is to become the new general manager of Renvyle House Hotel following the decision by current CEO Ronnie Counihan to retire next year after 20 years at the helm of the historic property, and after a stellar 45 years in hospitality.
The Grealish family, owners of landmark 800-year-old pub The King's Head in Galway's Latin Quarter, are celebrating 30 years in business this year. To mark the occasion, and to say a big ‘thank you’ to the local community that have supported them over the past three decades, Paul and Mary Grealish are hosting a coffee and cake morning from 10am tomorrow (Friday), with all proceeds going to the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.
If part of your job description this year includes booking the big night out, the annual Christmas party, then look no further than the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone, where the only thing overlooked in creating a brilliant night of entertainment is the Shannon!
They say an army marches on its stomach and that is very much the case at The Clayton Galway. It has something of a reputation for being a business hotel, but there is much more to it than that. Located just off the M6 motorway, on the edge of Galway city, it is well supplied with conference and meeting rooms and the leisure centre is the ideal place to relax and unwind after a busy day.
There has been much speculation around Ballina and its environs following the recent announcement that Ballina Lions Club had secured funding under the National Rural Development Programme for a major feasibility study for the Moy Estuary and its potential.