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Above Tigh Neachtain's landmark pub is home to Artisan, one of Galway's more interesting and constantly evolving restaurants. Artisan enjoy a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship with their downstairs neighbor, Neactains, and have teamed up to offer a lunch menu. The gastropub-style lunch menu pairs each dish with a drink option such as craft beer, artisan cider or select wines from the pubs extensive beverage list.
The best thing about travel is the opportunity to eat new, exciting things, and sometimes you don’t need to travel very far to see food in a whole new light. The Campo Viejo Tapas Trail has just finished its second run in Galway, it gave just the opportunity to be a tourist in your own home. The passion, generosity, and vibrancy of Spain came to the streets of Galway from August 24 to September 7, taking place twice a week, on Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9pm and Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm.
Duty-free shopping, tapas restaurants, and a relaxed vibe on the slopes; is it any wonder Andorra has become such a favourite among Irish skiers and snowboarders. Set high in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, the tiny principality of Andorra has invested hugely in upgrading its lift systems, terrain, snow-making, and activities in recent years. It also has a strong snow record.
Discover the passion, generosity, and vibrancy of Spain as the Campo Viejo Tapas Trail returns to the streets of Galway city from August 24 to September 7.
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.
On Friday last week, The Spanish Institute celebrated the launch of its new course schedule with an evening of wine and tortilla.
Customers at Cava Bodega have the chance to win a trip to Spain by creating a tapa for the restaurant’s menu.
JP McMahon and Drigin Gaffey will bring the taste of Spain to Galway once again with the opening of their new restaurant, Cava Bodega, next week.
As Cava rises phoenix-like from the flames on Middle Street in the city centre, its old lodgings have been given a makeover into a Scandi-style eatery known as dela. On walking in the door, it is impossible for any regular of the previous occupant not to compare one to the other. The layout is pretty much the same, there is a lunch-time deal of soup and a sandwich with coffee for €10 just like the old days, and they have patatas bravas on the menu, but then again, who doesn't these days? And there ends the similarities, as they are as different as the proverbial chalk and a sharing plate of Sheridan's cheese.