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Brilliant Galway brunches

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With the summer season fast approaching again, one of the bonuses for the frequent diner in Galway is better breakfast and brunch options. This was a bleak enough prospect for a long time, but now we are spoiled with great weekday breakfasts. PoppySeed, Ard Bia, and McCambridge’s cafes notably serve up perfect starts to the morning before the more reliable pubs join in after 10.30am or 11am with big fry-ups and comforting mugs of tea. At the weekends there is even more to choose from.

More award success for Kelly’s

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Multi-award winning Newport company, Kelly’s Butchers, collected another prestigious prize last week - this time at the Connacht final of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.

Happiness is a hearty breakfast

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.

Michael McGinty’s homemade icecream is going down a treat in Castlebar

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On the Cookery Book Shelf...

Ice Cream and Other Frozen Delights

Sunday lunch only €22.50 and children eat free at the Harbour Hotel

Bring the whole family together for a relaxing Sunday lunch in the heart of Galway. Enjoy a fabulous four course lunch for only €22.50 per person, including a glass of Prosecco. Children under 10 years can eat for free (offer is valid for one child per adult).

Brendan Loughnane Butchers for quality and value

Enjoy the best lamb, beef, pork, bacon, and poultry from award winning butcher Brendan Loughnane.

Bay roasted baby hasselbacks

Last year was my first time growing my own potatoes. I ordered a few heritage varieties from Seed Savers, varieties that would be difficult to find in the shops, some early and some main crop. I planted them late enough in the season so as to avoid any lingering frosts as we are prone to here in the west. They grew readily with the plentiful rain and flowered in white, yellow, and some in a glorious purple. When the leaves faded and died back it was time to harvest. It was lovely to see the children’s delight at sifting through the soil and discovering hidden potatoes, like a messy Easter egg hunt… potatoes with skins so thin that you could brush them off with your thumb. The taste of those freshly dug little earlies, with butter, ground pepper, and fat flakes of sea salt was amazing.

the Galway Appetiser

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New research from Bord Bia has revealed that supporting local businesses is a key consideration for members of the public when eating out, which may go part of the way to explaining why there is nearly always something of a queue up the stairs for a coveted seat in this small, but perfectly formed, cafe on Spencer Street in Castlebar. With the same research showing that over two thirds of the population rated the use of Irish and local produce as important when eating out for a meal, if you venture over the border to Mayo, Rua's impeccable pedigree of the origin of all elements on the plates delivers. And then some.

New Sunday service at The Skeff

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Sundays at The Skeff Bar and Kitchen are changing. The Skeff has recently introduced a whole new Sunday food menu that will run all day on Sunday. The menu is made up of all the top selling dishes from all its menus broken down into Small Bites, Big Bites, Sandwich Bites, and Sweet Bites, so no matter what you are looking for The Skeff Bar and Kitchen has you covered.

 

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