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Three popular Mayo pubs, Crockets on the Quay in Ballina, The Tavern in Murrisk and The Sheebeen in Westport, have retained their coveted listing in the Michelin Eating Out In Pubs Guide for 2015.
Many crimes against food are committed by pubs claiming the dubiously desirable title of 'gastro'. Carefully sourced artisan produce are carelessly piled into sub-standard baps. Bags of breaded mushrooms and nuggets are pulled from the freezer, deep fried, and shovelled onto local organic leaves, melting them to pondweed. A sandwich of home baked ham with a fine Irish cheese will sit on the same plate as the mass produced claggy coleslaw from the catering tubs. The intention is there, but the Devil, as they say, is in the detail.
The Drinks Industry Group of Ireland has called for more government supports for Mayo’s 376 pubs, following the publication of a report which found 80 per cent of tourists ranked the Irish pub experience as a top reason to visit here.
The Irish Pub is a celebration of the greatest institution in Irish society, the pub, or more specifically the pub owners. Athlone Film Club will be starting its new season this September with a documentary on something very dear to us all - the pub.
Two well-known Mayo pubs, The Sheebeen in Westport and Crockets on the Quay in Ballina, are two of 30 Irish pubs to have achieved listings in the latest Michelin Eating Out In Pubs Guide 2013 just published.
Good Food Ireland calls on the Irish public if eating out or holidaying this Christmas to eat in restaurants and stay in hotels that are committed to using Irish food.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland has launched a blueprint in an effort to curb the loss of jobs from the industry. It is estimated that 7,000 jobs were lost in the pub sector last year.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has joined forces with Fáilte Ireland, to launch Fáilte Ireland’s National pub accreditation scheme that will allow Ireland’s pubs and licensed premises to benefit from a new quality-based approval system.
Ever dreamed of becoming the next Susan Boyle, Kings of Leon, or even David Copperfield? If so, the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) in association with Smithwick’s, might have the answer for you with the VFI Stars of our Bars pub talent competition.
Celebrating its second birthday, and two years of successful trading is bar E Brun on Dominick Street.