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A group of young Italian students spent two weeks working in local businesses in Athlone recently, as part of a programme organised by Shannon Academy of English.
Having spent a few years of my teens and early twenties meat free, I am still in the habit of scanning a menu to see what is on offer for vegan and vegetarian folk. As I recall, it was the smell of a smokey bacon burger after one too many fermented apple juices on a student night out that brought me back to being a practising carnivore. Just as well really, as a column featuring vegetarian food in Galway would have been very short lived. The vegetarian option is sadly still all too often the afterthought when planning a menu.
John Gunther once said, “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” As winter approaches, breakfast becomes ever more important to fuel us on these colder days. Eat yourself happy this winter at The Glenoaks Hotel, where you will be off to a good start with a healthy breakfast.
Blazers Bar and Bistro offers good value in a casual dining setting with personalised service by the team at The Ardilaun, with free parking. Lunches and dinners are now in full swing for the busy tourist season ahead with popular hot dishes of the day available for lunch from just €9.75 seven days a week, along with two and three course value menus from €24 in the evenings. The Ardilaun Bistro is also very child friendly with children’s menus attracting many families.
The team at The Ardilaun hotel are busy preparing for an action-packed Christmas and New Year programme this year with a wide range of events to suit everyone’s budget. Choose from an informal night in Blazers Bar & Bistro, or join in the fun at the Ardilaun Christmas party nights. The Ardilaun also provides the option to party in private for groups of any size from 25 to 380 guests, and a night to remember is guaranteed.
Galway restaurant, Oscar’s Seafood Bistro, has been awarded Bord Bia’s Just Ask! restaurant of the month for February. The restaurant, which was set up by husband and wife Michael O’Meara and Sinead Hughes in 2000. The Just Ask award recognises the restaurant for its dedication to sourcing food from local suppliers and ensuring this information is passed on to customers on their menu.
Galway's boutique four-star House Hotel is the perfect stopover for shoppers and visitors over the festive season offering luxury accommodation and dining at great prices right in the heart of the city.
IF YOU are in Clifden later this month, you will discover that almost everywhere you go in the town there will be an art exhibition on display.
Claregalway’s charming bistro Treat Café has reopened in style this week after it was damaged by a fire late last year. The eaterie which has won many plaudits from food lovers is located just behind Hughes Supervalu complex with ample and free parking and is well known as one of the best kept secrets in Claregalway.
Did you know that there are new owners with new ideas and a fresh look at the Rendezvous Bar and Bistro in Balla? For the past six months both Seamus and his wife Angelika Judge have taken the reins at the Rendezvous Bar and Bistro and steered it in a winning direction.