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Hooked - Chef
Author: Georgina Campbell
Named after the meat hooks used in the traditional butcher’s shop which Anthony Gray’s father, Joe, had in the town for many years, this atmospheric venue features some of the old shop's favourite butchery products - including Joe Gray's award winning sausages, which have been faithfully recreated for the restaurant.
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Muckross Park
Author: Just Ask
Our “Just Ask!” Restaurant of the Month winner for MAY is.
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Lemon Tree Restaurant
Author: Georgina Campbell
After nearly two decades on Lower Main Street, the Molloy family's popular restaurant in the centre of Letterkenny moved around the corner in 2017, to spacious new premises at the Courtyard Shopping Centre. Thankfully it was a case of "Same staff same food, just new location" and their many fans are happy to observe the three brothers - Thomas, Gary and Euro-Toques chef, Christopher Molloy - at work on their modern Irish cooking in the new semi-open kitchen, and to enjoy the buzz.
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Ferrit & Lee
Author: Georgina Campbell
Pat Ferriter and Stephen Lee celebrate a year in business at their smart modern restaurant near the gates of the Old Midleton Distillery this month - and they have every reason to be proud of their achievements.
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BuJo Suppliers
Author: Georgina Campbell
BuJo (‘Burger Joint’) is a cool modern fast casual restaurant with a slow food ethos beating at its sustainable and eco-friendly heart. There's no phone and no email - you just rock up and make yourself comfortable - and the menu is not available online, unfortunately, but Micheal Sheary’s neighbourhood burger joint is an exceptional casual dining destination.
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Osta Cafe & Winebar - Brid Torrades
Author: Georgina Campbell
The Garavogue river sweeps past this bright and airy café in the centre of Sligo town, and the floor to ceiling glass frontage - and outdoor seating - makes it a delightful spot for coffee (organic and fairly traded) or a more substantial meal. A small bar area is a good spot to sip wine from a well chosen list in the early evening - and later sometimes, if there are events eg the culturally-focused Osta Sessions.
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Market Lane Restaurant & Bar
Author: Georgina Campbell
Named after the nearby English Market that supplies so much of the produce used in their kitchens, Market Lane Restaurant & Bar was once a pub. Luckily it caught the eye of business partners and hospitality professionals Conrad and Judy Howard and Tracy Corbett, who transformed the substantial two-storey premises into an attractive restaurant and bar
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Hotel Doolin Restaurant
Author: Georgina Campbell
This privately owned hotel has a vibrant local food philosophy (‘wherever possible using local produce, organic and homemade, homegrown ingredients’) that has earned it a reputation well beyond Doolin, or even the county
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Henry Stone - Sha Roe Bistro
Author: Georgina Campbell
'Quietly excellent', that’s Henry and Stephanie Stone's small but beautifully appointed and atmospheric restaurant in the pretty riverside village of Clonegal on the borders of Wexford, Carlow and Wicklow.
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Carmel Somers - Good Things at Dillon's Corner
Author: Just Ask
A philosophy of creating an experience for diners rather than just serving good food is at the core of Carmel Somers's renowned West Cork restaurant and cookery school. The original Good Things Cafe opened in Durrus in 2003 and the move to beautiful two-storey premises in the centre of Skibbereen, 18 months ago, has given this gifted and very determined food heroine a magical setting to develop her national reputation as a leader in the local food revolution.
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