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Ireland’s strawberry growers are welcoming the season of one of the nation’s favourite summer fruits. Packed full of nutritional goodness, strawberries are the taste of summer.
‘If that goes well, then we can consider hospitality in June’, was the message on Tuesday from Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar, referring to the numbers for virus cases, in hospitals, new variants and vaccine rollout all going in the right direction in the coming weeks.
Peggy's Bar & Restaurant, situated in Aucloggeen, Claregalway, directly across from Annaghdown GAA grounds, is renowned for its good food and great service, and has built up a very loyal clientele over the past seven years under the management of Aiden Leonard.
Peggy's Bar & Restaurant, situated in Aucloggeen, Claregalway, directly across from Annaghdown GAA grounds, is renowned for its good food and great service, and has built up a very loyal clientele over the past seven years under the management of Aiden Leonard. Using as many local ingredients as possible and employing local people, all the food is cooked using the restaurant's own recipes.
There have been many changes in the Galway food scene over the last 30 years but one constant that has remained is the first-class quality food and outstanding customer service provided by Scotty’s located on the Headford Road in Terryland. Since opening their doors in early 1991, husband and wife team, Scotty and Jennifer Ishmael, have been pleasing the palates of locals, students, and tourists alike with their mouth-watering burgers and sumptuous wings.
Two days of celebrations kick off this Saturday at Wholly Cow Burgers in Newcastle to mark the restaurant’s 2nd birthday. All weekend, customers of the Newcastle establishment located across from UHG, will be treated to a glass of bubbles, the chance to win a €100 voucher and some extra special treats.
We are told by TripAdviser that there are about 450 restaurants in Galway city and no sign of new openings stopping just yet. Here is one more 'must visit' for your list. Sangria has just moved from a small space on the corner of Buttermilk Walk to a new culinary oasis around the corner on Middle Street, not a stone’s throw from the bustle of Quay Street. Brilliant splashes of turquoise enliven the walls of this restaurant which has a dining room full of character, casual wooden tables, and interesting upholstered chairs. It is a dark, restful, space punctuated with dramatic pops of colour.
Like most counties, Galway is coastal, and beyond it stretches a large swathe of sea that forms part of Ireland’s maritime area. The coast and seas possess environmental and social treasures: a diverse ecosystem, a range of recreational opportunities such as swimming, fishing and sailing, important parts of the tourist mix offered by the county.
For 15 years, the brand of the g Hotel and Spa has been synonymous with style, glamour, fun. It was conceived at a time when its bold design wowed all who visited it, catapulting itself into the front row of Ireland's chic-est hotels. A hotel that age cannot wither with a wow factor that never fades.
With the recent purchase of the Shearwater Hotel & Spa property by Comer Group Ireland Hotels, it is a great time to get married in County Galway as the hotel is undergoing a very stylish makeover!