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Located in one of Galway's old and beautifully renovated buildings, the Bridge Mills Restaurant is on the banks of the Corrib just across O’Brien’s Bridge. After a 15 year absence it is back in the hands of previous owners Frank and Ellen Heneghan, also of Heneghan Florist, for almost a year now.
Calling all artists, crafts people, and artisan food specialists, the Co Op Moycullen will be starting will be hosting a festive indoor market from Saturday November 26.
This Saturday (November 27) The Bridge Mills sees the opening of an exciting new art space shared by a group of dedicated artists.
Opening this autumn, The Everyman Gallery in the heart of Galway will be an art gallery with a difference. Situated in The Bridge Mills, one of Galway's finest restoration projects, the Everyman Gallery will have a unique location on banks of the River Corrib. The purpose of the project is to put art back into everyday lives.
The Co-op bar/ restaurant in Moycullen is a sensational venue. Bright, open, airy architecture and modern sophisticated design offer music acts and patrons an electrifying experience.
Twenty years ago, in April 1989, Frank and Ellen Heneghan opened their first cafe in The Bridge Mills. They painstakingly restored the derelict corn mill that had functioned until the 1970s.
Local businessman Frank Heneghan is set to create 20 new jobs with the opening of The Co-op, a new bar/restaurant/venue in Moycullen on September 18.