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Top chefs to share their secrets at Newport’s Festive Food Fest

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The Christmas season kicks off in style for food lovers at the Festive Food Fest in Newport on Friday next, November 21.

Fantastic mid-week specials from the award winning Fatted Calf

The multi-award winning bar and restaurant in Glasson, The Fatted Calf, was recently voted best gastropub in Leinster 2014 as part of the Restaurant Association of Ireland awards. This is the second time The Fatted Calf has scooped this prestigious award, having won in 2012. Voted best casual dining restaurant in Ireland 2014 by Georgina Campbell and also being named as one of the top 100 restaurants in Ireland by McKenna Guides (formerly The Bridgestone Guide) it’s clear the gastropub is going from strength to strength. And with dedicated staff and loyal customers, they are sure to continue with this success.

A stunning wedding destination - The Mulranny Park Hotel

The Mulranny Park Hotel wedding fair takes place on Sunday October 7 from 1pm-5pm. Franc, wedding guru and star of the hit TV series Franc’s DIY Brides and Brides of Franc, will headline the event and provide expert advice to brides-to-be on how to plan the perfect wedding.

Aniar Restaurant is named best in Connacht

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Aniar has been named Best Restaurant in Connacht at the Food & Wine Louis Latour 2012 Awards. The restaurant, located in Dominick Street, Galway, scooped the award at a ceremony held in Dublin’s Convention Centre which was attended by the stars of Ireland’s culinary world.

Galway hailed the ‘gourmet capital of Ireland’

The first Galway Food Festival attracted an estimated 25,000 visitors during the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. The festival held over 70 individual events at the Festival Village, Fishmarket Square, Spanish Arch and in restaurants and food outlets throughout the city and its environs.

Healthcare entrepreneur wins €25,000 “Giving a Start” competition

Two Kilkenny enterprises have made it to the final of the 2010/11 JFC Innovation Awards, with a prize fund worth €40,000.

New year, new name for Oscars

Another year to look forward to; I wonder if 2011 will be as eventful as 2010 at Oscars? In fact 2010 was a pretty good year in Galway despite the best efforts of the economic environment. The year got off to a great start for Oscars with our inclusion into the Bridgestone Guide’s Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland. It really is a great privilege to make it into the guide as the top 100 also includes restaurants in the north of the country.

Heneghan's Florist celebrates twenty five years in business

This December Heneghan's Florist will celebrate its 25th Christmas season on Sea Road. It opened its doors in 1985, providing Galway with flowers and plants including many homegrown in their own nurseries that was established in the early 1940s by Mark and Norah Heneghan originally at Knocknacarra Cross, and later expanding their greenhouse business to the Ballybanebeg area on the Monivea Road.

Fit for a prince — Kinvara salmon tickles the royal palate

Galway’s award winning ‘Kinvara Organic Smoked Salmon’ was served to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles at the first ever visit of a member of the royal family to the Irish embassy in London on Tuesday.

Food industry can sweeten recession palate

As Kilkenny prepares to embrace its annual salute to all things food related, the Savour Kilkenny Food Festival’s chairman has underlined the link between the food industry and the economy.

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