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Overlooking Eyre Square, Hotel Meyrick is the home of Christmas in Galway city centre, and the ideal location for a Christmas party or get-together. With three unique event spaces including the beautiful Connemara Suite, the magical Hotel Meyrick serves up a feast of festive experiences with delicious food, exceptional service, and lively entertainment. It is a truly beautiful venue, none more so than over the Christmas period. It is full of atmosphere and right in the heart of the city.
Overlooking Eyre Square, Hotel Meyrick is the home of Christmas in Galway city centre, and the ideal location for a Christmas party or get-together. With three unique event spaces including the beautiful Connemara suite, the magical Hotel Meyrick serves up a feast of festive experiences with delicious food, exceptional service, and lively entertainment. This is a truly beautiful venue, never more so than over the Christmas period. It is full of atmosphere and right in the heart of the city.
One of our favourite family spots has to be Mulberry’s restaurant in the village of Barna, on the coast road to Spiddal, close enough to Galway city to be almost considered a suburb. Set back from the main road, in a line of pretty shops, this is usually a busy spot with well thought out menus and family friendly dining. The two very hands-on owners, James and Deirdre Cunningham, are blessed with a good chef, Ziggy Kolanczyk. There is real focus on local seasonal produce and James himself can often be found foraging among the rocks on the local shores. The quality of ingredients, reasonable prices, and the casual elegance of the decor all adds up to a very good dining experience, with an emphasis on seafood and European style cuisine. Parking is both ample and free and the sky blue frontage is conveniently located next door to Ali’s Fish Shop, so you are guaranteed the seafood will be as fresh as can be.
MURDER ON The Menu, the successful murder mystery dinner theatre show which featured in the Galway Fringe Festival, returns this month.
JP’s Steak House Mullingar has announced the appointment of new head chef Aaron O’Neill. A seasoned graduate of Athlone Institute of Technology, chef O’Neill brings a wide variety of new culinary delights to menus at JP’s Steak House.
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There are many ways to reduce the stress associated with organising a dinner party for friends. You could ask your guests to bring dessert or starters instead of wine; you can cook the main course the day before if it is the type of dish that benefits from 24 hours in the fridge, eg, chilli dishes, curry dishes, or many types of casseroles. There is, however, an even easier way to remove the hassle, and that is to rent a cook for the night. Rentacook.ie was recently launched in Galway; it is the website for a business owned and run by Patricia Begley who has been providing a personal catering service for small to medium sized parties over the last few years.
The Belfry Restaurant & Cookery School is pleased to introduce its new season range of inter-active cookery demonstrations, running from 7pm to 9pm on selected evenings. Each evening concludes with participants enjoying the fruits of that evening and an accompanying glass of a specially selected wine.
Enjoy a new dining experience on the banks of the Shannon at Elements Restaurant and Quayside Bar and Lounge, in the Radisson Blu, Athlone.
The Western Hotel is pleased to announce carefree Sundays, a day for parents to sit back and relax with the children and experience the best in Irish hospitality.