Bringing the family out to eat can be a balancing act of finding a comfortable space, accommodating picky eaters, and making sure the space is accessible for baby-laden buggies and older folks. Luckily Galway has plenty of options to make it easy, so go on!
Make a weekend of it and go for a few pints somewhere off the beaten track. Many of the pubs here are locally owned and operated, offering a unique charm.
With only one week to go until the award-winning two-day global food symposium, Food On The Edge 2018, the anticipation is building for the gathering of world-class international chefs, food leaders and experts in Galway, Ireland, on the 22nd and 23rd of October.
The 4-course dinner highlight is taking place on bank holiday Monday the 29th of October at 7.00pm in the Courtyard Café, Letterfrack as part of Conamara Sea Week and is to Mark European Region of Gastronomy, Galway.
Baboró International Arts Festival for Children presents a new exhibition of work by Galway artist, Finbar McHugh
For this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Galway artist Finbar McHugh, has created a new series of abstract paintings created outdoors in nature. The exhibition entitled Floating will be on display during Baboró from Monday October 15 – Sunday October 21 in the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance at NUI Galway. One of Finbar’s art works from the exhibition also appears on the cover of this year’s Baboró festival programme.
Galway Bay Seafoods is holding a celebratory ‘Open Day’ to officially launch The Dockside Deli on Friday the 19th of October, inviting everyone to drop by and enjoy a taste of this new and unique seafood experience on The Docks.
Looking for something to do with the kids after school? Baboró International Arts Festival for Children have got afternoon and early evening shows for you to check out!
When the weather gets a bit nasty in Galway, there’s one benefit: no excuses necessary for a tall cup of hot chocolate heaped with cream and marshmallows.
Baboró, Ireland’s flagship festival for children and families starts in Galway this Monday, 15 October. Artists from Ireland, Australia, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Scotland and England will present a feast of 51 events across 7 days designed especially for children and families.