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Don Carlito's is Castlebar's newest Italian restaurant located on Chapel Street, Castlebar, just before the church. The restaurant has a lovely rustic feeling to it with friendly and knowledgeable staff. It also has a well thought out menu from starters all the way to desserts. All the dishes are cooked fresh to order, using locally sourced fresh ingredients. It offers traditional Italian dishes from carbonara to oss buco and also some of the Italian chef’s own creations.
When the programme for the 2014 Galway Food Festival was announced earlier this year, the very first item to go on my list was the Venetian Tapas at Il Vicolo on the Taste Trail. Given the subsequent events, it may have taken a little longer than I expected, but all things considered it was worth waiting for.
Il Folletto, the much loved Italian restaurant on Quay Street, has undergone a revamp of both interiors and menus. A contemporary rebrand and relaxed but modern approach to the interiors has given a renewed energy to the popular restaurant.
There was an amazing sense of nostalgia as I had dinner in this relatively new restaurant on the main street in Loughrea. The building was originally a private house owned by the O’Loughlin family and on many, many, nights in the early seventies I practised all my best moves and chords as we played hits by people like Rory Gallagher, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, and many more in what we thought was the best rock band on the planet. The band had the rather unusual name of Skab Law. How the neighbours put up with the deafening levels of guitars and drums is a credit to their tolerance.
For an authentic Italian dining experience look no further than Al Muretto, Tucker Street, Castlebar, where you can enjoy all the charm and ambience expected in an Italian restaurant.