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Martine's of Quay Street offers a delicious selection of homemade scones and cakes that are baked in-house every morning. The restaurant serves the tasty treats from 11am until 3.30pm every day in cosy surroundings.
Perched above the busy main streets in the centre of Athlone sits a new addition to the town’s foodie scene.
Bake Fest founder Jennie Browne believes that baking is a crucial life skill that should be taught to children from a young age. Ms Browne, herself a lifelong baker, is passionate about the accrued benefits of baking and cooking.
For lovers of all things sweet, Sheena Dignam, who runs the Galway food tour Around the Market Place, is holding a special Pastry Food Tour visiting a selection of the best bakeries and cake shops in town as part of Galway Bake Fest.
A new bread product from The Breadski Brothers, a Castlebar-based trio of baking brothers, is still very much on the rise.
Three baking brothers who are busy growing a bread empire from their Castlebar bakery welcomed An Taoiseach Enda Kenny to their premises last Friday for the launch of their latest new product range.
The Parlour at the Meyrick has long been popular as a meeting place for coffee, lunch, or afternoon tea. In the space adjacent to the ground floor reception, previously the Oyster Grill, you will find The Meyrick’s new bar and brasserie, the Gaslight. Although open less than a year, The Gaslight has quickly become one of the hottest spots in Galway for those looking for a vibrant city centre venue for dinner or drinks. Located right in the heart of the city, it is well placed for after-work cocktails, evening meals, brunches and lunches with friends or colleagues. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, suitable for any occasion, from a romantic meal for two to a corporate or family occasion.
Calling all pizza lovers - this is the ultimate competition for you! To celebrate Athlone and Mullingar Domino’s Mega Week - any large pizza €9.99 (collection only) - we’ve teamed up with Domino’s Pizza to give one lucky reader the chance to win their height in pizza.
The Villager, bar and restaurant has opened its doors in Glasson.
Recently I have had to reprimand my children for their overuse of the ‘N’ word. It is something that I, like many others, find deeply offensive. I have, I think, brought them up well and feel aggrieved that this is how they repay me. Such outrageous behaviour goes against everything that I believe to be right. It started off innocently enough with the five year old slipping the odd ‘N’ word into a sentence. I may have turned a blind eye, anything for a quiet life. Then all of a sudden it escalated into using it everywhere, at every possible opportunity, to my complete mortification. Out loud and in front of other people.