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Over four generations and 90 years of high quality retail of artisan food and wine, the renowned Galway business family, Mc ambridge’s has grown from a 1925 high class grocery, provision, wine and spirit establishment to an awardwinning family owned deli, fine foods shop and restaurant in 2015.
The manager at the National Museum of Country Life in Turlough, Tony Candon, says the museum is preparing for the biggest ever influx of people to the site this weekend with some 25,000 expected to attend Féile na Tuaithe over the next two days.
The 2015 RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival will see the most extensive fringe festival in Athlone in the 63 years since the national event began.
Castlebar is getting a new, one-day, artisan family festival.
The 2015 RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival is building up to top all previous festivals with a fringe festival to match. The drama will once again take place in the auditorium of the Dean Crowe Theatre from April 30 - May 9 and will be matched with lots of varied and unusual fringe performances and events.
‘dela Restaurant’ - Galway’s newest dining experience is a firm favourite for racer-goers for the Galway Races Summer Festival! Located in the west end of the city at 51 Lower Dominic Street, race week at dela includes; live entertainment, delectable specials and convenient opening hours, serving brunch and evening dining ‘til late.
Bord Bia has this week announced the return of Bloom, its hugely successful gardening, food, and family festival, which will take place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, this June bank holiday weekend. Now in its seventh year, the event attracted more than 80,000 visitors last year.
Ireland’s first food economusee has just been launched at The Connemara Smokehouse in Aillebrack, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway by the Mayor of Galway, Councillor Tom Welby. An economuseeis an artisan business that opens its doors to the public to provide a learning and interpretive experience for visitors.
Aniar has been named Best Restaurant in Connacht at the Food & Wine Louis Latour 2012 Awards. The restaurant, located in Dominick Street, Galway, scooped the award at a ceremony held in Dublin’s Convention Centre which was attended by the stars of Ireland’s culinary world.
An impressive line up of award-winning chefs is set to present a series of culinary masterclasses at the first national Foodie Forum, to be hosted by the Hotel School in GMIT, on February 2. Visitors to the event can expect food demonstrations from Bridgestone Chef of the Year 2011 Enda McEvoy of Aniar restaurant, RAI Chef of the Year Mickael Vilijanen of Gregans Castle, Stefan Matz of Ashford Castle, and many more high profile chefs.