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When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, it's Fat Freddy's. Yes Valentine's Day is on the horizon and couples are looking for something special to do for their loved one this February 14 - answer - a candlelit dinner at Fat Freddy's Restaurant.
THE DIRTY Circus will hold its first show of 2020 on St Valentine's Day - Friday February 14 - with a cast of leading Irish burlesque and cabaret performers taking to the stage of the Roisin Dubh.
From the moment you enter the inviting surroundings of the bar and restaurant, the Dillisk on the Docks experience begins. Earth-toned covered walls, dramatic lighting, warm surrounding and award-winning food awaits you for a memorable evening with your special someone this Valentine’s day.
It is fair to say that this winter has not been that bad. Yes, it has been cold and wet but we do live in Galway, so rain and wind is par for the course.
Members of the Galway Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment will be on Shop Street this afternoon selling 'alternative' Valentine's Day cards, with the cards containing various arguments in favour of repeal.
Mayo-born pianist Darragh Brogan performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday February 14 at 8pm.
For many the middle of February represents a special time of the year with the celebration of Valentine's Day. However, the month marks a significant landmark for the team at Basilico; 10 years ago the Italian restaurant opened its doors to the world in Oranmore.
The annual homage to love, Valentine's Day, is just around the corner, as is the inevitable question, “What are your plans?" If you are single, the options are between hiding away and going out on the town; if you are in a long-term relationship, well then the question is, how do we reinvent the wheel this year? In a new relationship? Then it’s time to impress, and if you happen to be any or all of the above on February 14, there is the answer for you in Galway. Galway Food Tours, the culinary walking tour of Galway by Sheena Dignam and Gosia Letowska, is answering all the above love dilemmas with a special Valentine's inspired food tour.
Two emerging enterprises founded by local students in the Mayo Gaeltacht areas have been crowned joint winners of the Údarás na Gaeltachta - Clár Comhlachta Mayo Regional Final.
Valentine’s Day, romance is in the air. The cards and the presents will be exchanged, but will everyone get out for a romantic meal? As Valentine’s has fallen on a Tuesday this year many restaurants are spreading the love over the whole weekend, and Monday and Tuesday, and why not?