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Artisan pizza makers who insist on nothing but the best, The Dough Bros are brothers Eugene and Ronan Greaney, and their childhood friend and chef, Laurence Enright. Theirs is a success story that very nearly wasn't. On the way home from catering their very first event ...
Sandwiched between a Creole BBQ joint and a Michelin starred restaurant, Dela more than holds its own in an area of the city that is home to many of Galway's best eating places. In the premises formerly occupied by Cava (since relocated to the city centre), Dela is ow ...
A long disused corner building in the heart of Galway, now elegantly refurbished, is home to the modern and friendly pub, Blakes Bar, is on one side and, on the other, the restaurant and wine bar 'The Brasserie on the Corner', which is a younger sister business. In ...
Kai, meaning food in Maori, is the brainchild of chef Jess Murphy, a New Zealander who, with her Irish husband David front-of-house, converted this former tearoom/café to a rustic, bare wood, flagged-floor, stonewalled café and restaurant - a light hearted ...
Although the location on a busy road as you enter the city is surprising for a hotel of this class, and an unimpressive facade gives few clues to the originality of the interior by internationally renowned milliner Phillip Treacy, there is a view down Lough Atalia toward ...
Despite recent development at this seaside village, Barna has retained some of its old charm around the harbour area – and its location, handy to both Connemara and Galway City, is a huge attraction. And so is Fergus O’Halloran’s unique hotel which, alt ...