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Hook & Ladder Cookery School offers a wide range of classes and courses especially designed to cater for all levels and abilities, so whether you’re a complete beginner or an accomplished cook there will be a course for you.
Daroka is about real food. The very best we can source, procure, grow, prepare and serve. We aim for modern Irish cuisine in a relaxed environment.
This trail lets you meet some of the people who produce this food, hear their stories and experience their passion.
Charlie's Bar & Bistro in Kerins O'Rahillys GAA Club is located 10 minutes walk from Tralee Town Centre.
The Bond Cafe and Bistro is building a reputation for genuine home cooked food in the beautiful setting of The Old Bondstore, Dillon Terrace, Ballina, a stone's throw from the majestic River Moy.
Macreddin Village Food Market in held on the first Sunday of each month from April to October in Macreddin Village, County Wicklow. There are many fresh food stalls selling local produce, live jazz and much more.
The Glyde Inn was established in the 1700's and is situated in Annagassan famous for linn duachaill, a famous Viking Longphort located in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking the Cooley and Mourne Mountains.
Delicious food served for all taste buds! Coeliac options, vegetarian options, locally sourced food, family friendly, childrens menus available, caters for parties, disabled access, car park and friendly staff.
L'Arco is an Italian restaurant located in the heart of Ballyvaughan village in the Burren region of County Clare.
The Pantry (Kinsale) is a homely artisan delicatessen and bistro in Kinsale town. Serving lunch/ brunch and meals/ baked goods to take home. The food is gourmet, the atmosphere casual and the price reasonable.
From £45 pp
€40 per adult
1 bottle per table once 3 courses each purchased.
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