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Kilkenny Parade to become a tented village for Savour Festival

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The wonderful space of Kilkenny’s Parade will be used to build a tented village as part of this year’s Savour Kilkenny food festival which takes place on the October bank holiday weekend.

Something to Savour at October food festival

Food lovers everywhere are looking forward to the second year of Kilkenny’s unique food festival which was launched on Friday last at Mc Donagh Junction.

Kilkenny Farmers Market has something festive for all

As the final count down begins, there is one visit which will make any Christmas complete - a visit to The Kilkenny Farmer’s Market!

Fine dining at great prices

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I heard through the grapevine that Stefan Matz, the executive head chef from Ashford Castle, had taken charge of the kitchen at the g Hotel. Stefan was the person who created the excellent value/quality menu at Cullen’s restaurant in the grounds of Ashford Castle and I wondered if he would bring a similar offering to the g Hotel. He is also responsible for all the kitchens at Ashford Castle and has many serious awards to his credit including the Georgina Campbell chef of the year in 2007. Suffice it to say that the g is now a must visit for all food lovers and indeed for anyone who perhaps looked in those glittering windows and thought “I can’t afford to go in there”. The main covers are priced at €19 to €32 and that includes your vegetables. That, my friends, is very, very, competitive, and an example of what is on offer is black sole with crab meat in a velvet crab sauce for €25, and venison with redcurrant cream and crisp venison mousse for €22. Starters range from €6.50 to €15.50 and include inventive dishes to suit every palate.

Indulge your gourmet delight at Kilkenny Farmer’s Market

As the final countdown begins, there is one visit which will make your Christmas complete. A visit to The Kilkenny Farmer’s Market, now located at The Market Yard is a must.

Treat yourself at Claregalway’s best kept secret

Claregalway’s charming bistro Treat Café has reopened in style this week after it was damaged by a fire late last year. The eaterie which has won many plaudits from food lovers is located just behind Hughes Supervalu complex with ample and free parking and is well known as one of the best kept secrets in Claregalway.

Fun on the streets as well as the sea for the Volvo

Street theatre, music concerts, art exhibitions, and food tasting will be taking place in Galway when the Volvo Ocean Race hits the city from May 23 to June 6.


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