GALWAY has so many stories to tell
Having found your favourite spots to see on your next visit to Galway, it’s time to put the wheels in motion. Share your discoveries with your friends and family, get booking and prepare for an incredibly memorable trip.
Donnelly’s of Barna has been a local favourite for generations! It has now been given a new lease of life with a snazzy refurbishment, but you can still sense the colourful history behind this famous building that is being kept alive by its current owners. Let us enlighten you…
As you may already know, we’re huge fans of Galway’s foodie culture. Although we can’t visit our favourite restaurants right now, we thought we’d bring a taste of Galway grub, right to your door.
Michelin-Star chef and seafood advocate, JP McMahon, is encouraging people to include Irish seafood into their festive dining this year, creating new traditions which celebrate seafood when it’s at its best.
The 65th annual Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival takes place this weekend from 27th to 29th September and there is a diverse, exciting line up of food, drink, speakers, demonstrations and more.
Galway’s dazzling reputation on the seafood scene is certainly no secret, with restaurants throughout the county receiving acclaim and recognition for their fresh fishy offerings. Straight from the Atlantic to your plate, all varieties of mouthwatering sea fare are served up in style. Whether you’re looking for a casual spot to enjoy a wholesome feed, or a more plush place to lap up the luxury, there’s plenty of fish in the sea…
The Oliver Dunne Restaurant Group has expanded its restaurant portfolio with the addition of Beef & Lobster in Galway city centre. With two of these gorgeous steak and shellfish restaurants already well established in Dublin, this will be the chef and restaurenteur’s first venture outside the capital.
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.