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On Friday June 27 this year, Galway saw the welcome return of one of its oldest bars in the form of the newly refurbished An Púcán, at 11 Forster Street just off Eyre Square. Keeping with tradition, it offers free music sessions every day, in addition to more than 150 remarkable whiskeys from Ireland and around the globe, craft beers, boutique wines, and now with a full extended food menu, An Púcán promises to be a very exciting addition to the east city dining scene.
Some of Ireland’s top chefs be cooking up a storm at this year’s Westport Festival of Music and Food.
The g, one of Ireland’s leading five star hotels, will host a gala dinner to announce this year’s recipient of the David Gumbleton memorial prize. The award, which is in its seventh year, was created in memory of David Gumbleton, one of Australia’s brightest culinary stars, who passed away in 2004. The g’s relationship with David Gumbleton began at the original launch of the hotel.
The temperature has been high in the kitchen as Ireland’s young professional chefs contest for a place in the Euro-toques Young Chef competition final, with a chef from Knockranny House Hotel, Westport being one of the six finalists.
Ross Lewis, master chef and proprietor of Michelin-starred Chapter One restaurant in Dublin’s Parnell Square will be the Guest of Honour at the 2011 Féile Bia na Mara, Achill Island’s popular seafood festival. It will begin on Thursday July 15 with complimentary oyster tasting in the local pubs and restaurants and finish with the always entertaining Achill’s Got Talent on Sunday July 17. There will be a host of activities and events in between to enjoy.
Local chef Garret Byrne was lauded by the foody glitterati as he claimed a double victory in a prestigious national competition at the plush Four Seasons hotel in Dublin recently.
Food lovers everywhere are looking forward to the second year of Kilkenny’s unique food festival which was launched on Friday last at Mc Donagh Junction.
It’s been a busy few weeks. It was always going to heat up in the world of politics at some stage before the local elections, but I thought it might hold off until after Christmas, but recent events have ensured that this will not be the case.