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Musgrave MarketPlace, Ireland’s leading wholesale supplier to foodservice, retail, and SME businesses, today announced it is investing €650,000 to support the reopening of Irish hospitality at the beginning of June. As part of this investment, Musgrave MarketPlace has launched a range of new initiatives to support the industry and assist the reboot and recovery of the sector.
Athlone’s reputation as a gastronomy destination of vast repute was significantly enhanced at the Leinster Regional Final of Irish Restaurant awards which took place in The Knightsbrook Hotel, Trim, recently.
With the summer holidays well and truly over and autumn drawing in, now is the perfect time to slip away for that relaxing hotel break you have been promising yourself.
John Keoghs – The Lock Keeper, on Dominick Street, has been named as Gastro Pub of the Year in Galway by the Restaurants Association of Ireland for 2019. It has been quite the year for this West End pub as it was also named as Pub of the Year by McKenna's Guide for 2019 in January.
The Restaurants' Association of Ireland (RAI) has called for changes in government policy to ensure that restaurants can stay viable.
The Connacht Regional Awards for the 2019 Irish Restaurant Awards took place in the Radisson Blu, Sligo, on Tuesday night, where awards were presented to the country’s leading chefs, restaurants and pubs. Over 500 people attended the event on Tuesday evening during which the top establishments in each county were named.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) is calling on the Government to provide stability and reassurance to the tourism and hospitality sectors by reducing the 13.5% VAT rate back to 9%.
Hundreds of restaurants, cafés and bars across Galway city and county are partnering with local food producers for Dine in Galway week, running from November 5 to 11 as part of the European Region of Gastronomy.
Brexit has been labelled as 'The hospitality industry's Most Immediate Threat' by The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI), which has launched its Pre- Budget Submission 2019 as part of a progressive plan to sustain jobs, maintain competitiveness and deliver certainty for the restaurant and tourism sector.
A recent report published by the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) has revealed that 1,441 new jobs in the accommodation and food services sector have been created in county Westmeath since the introduction of the reduced VAT rate of nine percent in July 2011.