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As we noted before on these pages, when on holidays it is often the case that the best and best-value restaurants are often off the beaten track. That does not mean you have to walk miles to find them — a terrible meal on La Rambla in Barcelona or in the shadow of the Vatican’s walls will cost you plenty. A lovely meal a few meters down almost any side street could cost half that. Just a couple of minutes away from the main streets of Galway and just paces from Eyre Square, Osteria Italiana is such a place and one of the city's most authentic Italian eateries.
There is nothing to beat the taste of fresh and freshly prepared food, and before you even enter The Connaught Bistro, there is a feeling of freshness to the building itself. Its red-brick and steel-blue exterior are bright and very striking, and your expectations are high as you step in.
Serving from Clifden to Tuam and the Aran Islands, Connemara Catering provides a top class, exclusive catering service that guarantees the highest quality and taste for all your guests whatever the occasion.
TaytoPark has announced that it now has 20 rare birds of prey as part of their ‘World of Raptors’ exhibit at the park’s brand new open air seating arena.
This summer, Tayto Park has teamed up with Fossett’s Circus for the second year running to present an impressive new show in the theme park and zoo this summer.
Tayto Park, Ireland’s only theme park and zoo, officially opened The Viking Voyage at The Park in Ashbourne, County Meath.
Food Works, Ireland’s leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups, is seeking to identify a number of high potential start-up food teams from County Westmeath with a strong business idea to take part in Food Works 2017.
Local councillors joined members of Moate Tidy Towns and the general public last week to launch The Green Dog Walkers initiative aimed at tackling the scourge of dog fouling in the town.
The position of farmers in the food chain must be strengthened to ensure they get a fair return for their produce, according to Sen Michelle Mulherin.
SPAR Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis and SPAR Corrib Oil Ballinrobe were among a small group of retailers from around the country which have been honoured at the fifth annual Top of the Tree Retail Awards. The awards programme recognises best practice and outstanding retail practice in several store departments, including customer care, off-licence, butchery, fruit and veg, and the delicatessen section. SPAR Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis and SPAR Corrib Oil Ballinrobe were awarded Top of the Tree accolades for their forecourts.