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In July 2011, a dream came through – Péarla na Mara, a cosy café-restaurant in the heart of Oranmore village, opened its door for its first customers. Today, nearly four years later, it has become one of the favourite spots on Oranmore's dining scene and has been recognised by several industry awards, including a recommendation in Georgina Campbell's guide for the last three years and several TripAdvisor® Certificates of Excellence.
Galway Advertiser food columnist Anne Marie Carroll has become the newest member of the Irish Food Writers’ Guild, news which will come as no surprise to her regular readers. She joins some of the most prominent names in the country including Darina Allen, Georgina Campbell, and Biddy White Lennon (currently a judge on TV3’s Great Irish Bake Off) in this prestigious group.
Westport's Frankie Mallon, of An Port Mor, has been named the Seafood Chef of the Year 2014 at the prestigious Georgina Campbell Awards.
Kai Café and Restaurant has been named Restaurant of the Year 2015 in the Georgina Campbell Restaurant Awards.
The multi-award winning bar and restaurant in Glasson, The Fatted Calf, was recently voted best gastropub in Leinster 2014 as part of the Restaurant Association of Ireland awards. This is the second time The Fatted Calf has scooped this prestigious award, having won in 2012. Voted best casual dining restaurant in Ireland 2014 by Georgina Campbell and also being named as one of the top 100 restaurants in Ireland by McKenna Guides (formerly The Bridgestone Guide) it’s clear the gastropub is going from strength to strength. And with dedicated staff and loyal customers, they are sure to continue with this success.
McCambridges of Galway has been awarded Just Ask Restaurant of the Month for April.
While the senior footballers of Mayo secured their three in a row of Connacht titles earlier this summer, and anticipate further cause for celebration this month, the four star Hotel Westport is also celebrating with a trio of Primary Times awards, for the top 10 family friendly hotels in Ireland, secured in 2011, 2012 and for 2013 also.
Despite the balance of fine dining in Westmeath leaning towards the south of the county in recent years, An Tintáin in Multyfarnham managed to claim at least one prize for the north of the county at the Irish Restaurant Awards in Dublin recently.
Cases Wine Warehouse’s sixth annual winter wine fair has been confirmed for Thursday November 15. At the fair will be wines the company imports directly from the likes of Cava, Castilla (organic and biodynamic) Rioja, Sicily, and Burgundy. Also included are Pinot Noir from the Central and Leyda valleys; Malbec, Syrah, and Carmenere from Colchagua, plus a wide selection of wines from other great Irish importers such as Celtic Whiskey, Taserra, Mitchells, Karwigs, and Liberty Wines.
Athenry’s new restaurant of Choice “The Old Barracks” on Cross St. has recently received a glowing recommendation from Georginal Campbell’s Ireland.