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Lower Dominick Street in Galway’s Westend is home to, Tartare Café + Wine Bar.
Cava Bodega is a prime example of the popular practice of communal dining long associated with tapas.
To hear Noel Leahy of Leahy Beekeeping, producers of Sliabh Aughty Honey speak about his bees is like listening to a passionate story teller weaving a magical tale.
The estate is now known for producing Northern Ireland’s first award winning craft gin. If you’re into your G&T’s, you’ve probably already heard of it, if not already tried, Rademon Estate Shortcross Gin. This distillery was launched in 2012 by Fiona and David Boyd-Armstrong.
Castlewood Organic Farm is an IOFGA Certified Organic farm that now supports beef cattle, pigs and sheep, has its own kitchen garden for seasonal vegetables and hens for free range organic eggs.
The Great Southern Killarney equals luxury in every sense. Stay and dine in this hotel based on The Ring of Kerry.
If you’re in a pickle about where to eat some of the best Indian food in Dublin, we have the answer.
Clontarf Castle is a luxury hotel seamlessly blending old with new. Offering a choice of fine or casual dining in Dublin.
A cosy eatery located in Wexford Town.
The Dew Drop Gastropub is home to Irish produce, cooked to the highest standard and presented beautifully in cosy surrounds.
Exquisite cooking skills and a wealth of local produce shine from each plate at The Church Restaurant in Skibbereen, Cork.
Louis Murphy runs the show here at the Dunraven Arms. He knows what his customers want. This hotelier is a Master of the Art of Charm