Dine in Galway
Well, that certainly came around fast! While you may not be able to spend the bank holiday dancing around a nightclub into the small hours, you can still welcome in August in style right here in Galway.
Galway is one of those places that seamlessly marries the old with the new, the traditional with the alternative and the unfamiliar with the well-known. While this is evident across many aspects of the county, our food community is where it truly shines.
In the fashion of all great grannies, it’s highly likely your gran has been pushing fivers into your hand and keeping you well fed since you were running around in nappies. You’ve probably lost count of all the Sunday roast dinners, birthday cards and words of encouragement they’ve given you over the years!
Whether it’s a carvery feast or a big aul bowl of soup, Sunday lunch is the foundation this country was built on. We were all reared on granny’s roast dinners, gathering around the table in the back room to fight over who gets the last roast potato.
Our vegan prayers have been answered! Abbeygate St’s beloved Lighthouse Cafe has recently launched their vegan cheese board to kick start their new summer soirée opening hours.
Dine In Galway week is taking place county- and city-wide 5-11 November, with more than sixty restaurants, cafés and bars running exclusive regional dishes and deals.
Dine in Galway Dishes Up An Exciting Week Celebrating Local Food to Mark European Region of Gastronomy, Galway
Hundreds of restaurants, cafés and bars across Galway city and county are partnering with local food producers for Dine In Galway week, 5-11 November