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Poppy Seed. Brand new premises - same great welcome!

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In the pretty village of Clarinbridge, cafes come and go with alarming regularity. With its retro-modern cottage style, decorative shelves of chutneys and wooden furniture, Poppy Seed Cafe is one constant and reliable part of village life, tucked back from the main street behind the shopping complex.

PoppySeed — new premises, same great welcome

With its retro-modern cottage style, decorative shelves of chutneys, and wooden furniture, PoppySeed cafe in Clarinbridge is one constant and reliable part of village life, tucked back from the main street behind the shopping complex.

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.

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.

Eat in or out with the Gourmet Tart Company

The Gourmet Tart Company is one of Galway's biggest success stories, as far as food is concerned. The business started out selling cakes from an ironing board in Limerick's Milk Market and now boasts four bakery/delicatessens and a restaurant. What began in 2001 as a small French-style bakery has become a thriving business with very loyal customers. It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week and has both sweet and savoury ranges and quality take-home meals. The shops are bright and white, sleek and efficient. Look for the pink and white sign above the door and the trademark grapefruit-sized meringues streaked with raspberry in the windows.

Room outside at The Boutique Kitchen

Whoever said that money can’t buy happiness simply did not know where to go shopping. The women of Galway know that happiness is available to purchase in sizes small, medium, or large at Born in Newtownsmith, not least of all because of The Boutique Kitchen, the in-store cafe where you can fortify yourself for a day's shopping with breakfast, beverages, and brownies without needing to leave this shopping haven.

Value all day at Cafe Zealous

Cafe Zealous offers homecooked meals at affordable prices, with breakfast starting at €3.95 and ranging to €7.50 for an all day full Irish breakfast including free tea or coffee. Other breakfast choices include scrambled, poached, or boiled eggs, French toast, and omelettes with your choice of fillings.

Breakfast time at The Prince Bar

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.

Eating outside this summer

We were having a really good of spell of fine weather this summer up to recently, and hopefully it will return again. So here are a few ideas for simple ways to enjoy outdoor eating.

Eating well for exam time

As exam time approaches, we all know that hard work is one of the most important things to help towards exam success. In addition, adequate sleep, regular study breaks, fresh air, regular physical activity, and eating well can all help improve performance.

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