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Islandeady Properties and Lansdowne Francs are to acquire The Royal Theatre, hotels, and The Royal Quarter retail area from Andrew O’Leary and Kieran Wallace, KPMG in a move announced today.
Cafe Express is situated in a prime bit of Galway retail space, in Abrakebabra's old location on Eyre Square. The previous menu of doner kebab, chip butty, 'special' pink sauce, and the ever popular taco fries (imagine an Irish version of the French Canadian 'poutine') has been pushed aside for something completely different. While Abrakebabra surely has its fans, Cafe Express, it has to be said, is a vast improvement and a welcome addition to Eyre Square. On the corner, this is fast becoming the coffee destination for city centre workers commuting from the outskirts and tourists on sightseeing excursions. With the trains, buses and taxis all feeding into the square, the Lavazza sign over this door acts like a beacon that draws coffee lovers like moths to a flame, and it's certainly hard to fault their real Italian-style coffee.
Little Dreamers has created a beautiful environment where you can buy quality nursery furniture and accessories to help you create a delightful nursery for your baby.
In the early 1950s the chain of shops owned by Woolworths was expanding, but it did experience some difficulty establishing a branch in Galway. It appears some councillors and retailers resisted the move, but after several failed attempts, ‘Woolies’ (as it became known), acquired the former site of the old Royal Hotel on the Square. Woolies knocked the hotel and put up a purpose built retail store. As the day of the opening approached, local interest became intense.
Joyce’s is to open its newest and most extraordinary retail store yet in Tuam, Co Galway, today Thursday at 12 noon, creating up to 50 jobs locally.
Your baby is the most important treasure in your life, so naturally you want only the best for him or her. Little Dreamers cherishes the safety and wellbeing of your little one just as much as you do and has created a beautiful calm atmosphere for you to browse while creating your dream nursery.
If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for all your computer and stationery needs for your home and office, A to Z Computers has the solution.
The summer sale at the Born shop at Newtownsmith kicks off tomorrow (Friday) with up to 80 per cent off brands in store.