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Boojum, Ireland’s first burrito bar, is preparing its opening party in Galway on Saturday June 8, to bring locals a true taste of Mexico.
Just mention the Broken Jug to anyone you happen to meet and an instant image springs to mind...the heart and soul, the excellent food, it really puts a smile on your face.
It is the “f” word with the bad reputation. Mention “fat” or “fats” and warning bells immediately ring in people’s heads.
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.
Have you forgotten to go West this December? Galway’s West End has a variety to offer you for shopping, eating and entertainment. If you’re doing your Christmas shopping or planning a Christmas do for work, family or friends, Galway’s West End has what you need.
Here are some top tips from safefood for a lovely summer barbecue:
The recent glorious weather has been encouraging people to play a lot of tennis and this has contributed to large entry for this year’s senior open week tournament which is again kindly sponsored by TigerTurf UK and Tennis Court Construction Ireland.
Five train services departing from Westport, with one of these arriving in Dublin before 9am, will come into effect according to Mr Myles McHugh, Service Planning Manager Southern and Western with Iarnród Éireann, who addressed members of Westport Town Council on Monday evening.
A Mullingar-based company has been fined €14,000 for failing to comply with hygiene regulations.