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Have you an event or big occasion coming up why? Then not avail of the Prince Bar’s fantastic party offers.
The motto at the Prince Bar and Kitchen is ‘Fresh ingredients, freshly prepared’, and their delicious lunch options certainly live up to their reputation for fresh, wholesome food.
Nevins is one of the oldest premises in the area and was established in the early 1800s. Situated on the main N59 road between Newport and Mulranny, it enjoys scenic Clew Bay and Nephin mountain views. Nevins’ cosy front bar is an ideal location to kickback and enjoy a drink by the fire. Drop in and enjoy their fresh home-made food in their spacious lounge. At Nevins they endeavour to cater for all our customers’ dietary needs with a wide selection of specials on a daily basis. They have an extensive bar food menu which is available daily from 9.30am to 9.00pm.
Ring in the new year in fine style with your family and friends at the four star Abbey Hotel, Roscommon.
The Asian Tea House on Mary Street is a popular spot and for good reason. Connacht’s Best Restaurant at the RAI Irish Restaurant Awards 2011 still maintains the same high standard, certainly a cut above your average Chinese restaurant.
There was a time when it would be normal to eat dinner at the local hotel or if staying there, to eat-in each night. In fact for many towns in Ireland the only place to eat was the local hotel. All that changed in the seventies and eighties with the growth of cafes, restaurants and the new kid on the block - bar food. The change in attitude to hotel food is something that hotel owners must struggle with daily as they try to get the seats filled in the dining room. There are of course many exceptions to this and one I really recommend that you try at the earliest opportunity is The Lobster Pot restaurant in the Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill.
There is some good news for Parliament Street with the opening of Kilkenny’s newest venue — Nixon on the Watergate. It’s not often you hear of new businesses opening these days, and it provides a great boost for the local economy.
This Christmas the Annebrook House Hotel invites you to start your party night with a mulled wine reception in the old house while absorbing the Christmas ambience. Then be treated to a four-course delight served in the Edgeworth Suite, followed by great entertainment from a variety of top class live bands. Dance the night away then to the sounds of their DJ, while enjoying a late bar licence.
The Prince of Wales Hotel is delighted to announce Paul Devoy as its new head chef for the venue and he is set to bring culinary creativity to its menus throughout the hotel and the Prince Bar.