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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.
The term ‘brunch’ is of course a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch and is thought to have originated in England in the late 19th century as a student slang term. It became popular in the late 1930s because movie stars and celebrities and the wealthy taking transcontinental train rides in America stopped off in Chicago for a late morning meal.
The Prince Bar are firm believers that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As such they are delighted to welcome on board Lawlors Butchers, based here in Athlone, who supply all their sausages, pudding, and bacon. They also use free range eggs in all their breakfast dishes, supplied by Corrib free range eggs.
Heart eggs toast
Apple and yoghurt pancakes with blackberry and honey sauce
Bacon and black pudding salad
Salad of new potatoes and smoked salmon with a dill and mustard dressing