Tag Archives: Irish Food
Most people would prefer to travel alone or with a partner, however, there are times where traveling with a tour might be a better option to pick from. Group vacations can consist of ten or more people that you … Continue reading
One of Europe’s biggest outdoor events, The National Ploughing Championships, takes place at Ratheniska in County Laois between 22nd & 24th September. Continue reading
2013’s Dublin Web Summit was the fourth instalment of the event which has now become regarded as among Europe’s leading technology conferences. Continue reading
Venues in Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary were singled out in a long list of food, pub, restaurant and hotel facilities at the Georgina Campbell Awards for 2014.
Taking place from 26th – 29th September in Galway City and celebrating its 59th year is the Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival.
Taking place in Skibbereen and the neighbouring towns and villages in West Cork from 6th – 15th September 2013, A Taste of West Cork celebrates its 10 year anniversary.
Taking place on the 5th – 8th September, the Irish Craft Beer and Cider Festival will be happening in the RDS in Dublin.
A festival for all the family, the Waterford Harvest Festival takes place from the 9th-15th September throughout Waterford city to celebrate the food heritage and culture of Waterford.
In Ireland to accompany her husband, US president Barrack Obama whilst he was at the G8 summit in Belfast, Michelle Obama and her 2 daughters have during their short visit to Ireland visited Trinity College Dublin, the US embassy, the … Continue reading
On Monday 10th June at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, the prestigious Irish Restaurant Awards took place. Announcing the Regional and All Ireland Winners, these annual Restaurant Association of Ireland Awards celebrate Chefs and Restaurants as well as Food Producers … Continue reading