Wednesday 17th July is a big day for everyone at Sligo Food Trail, as we make our presentation to the visiting Pride of Place judges for the Community Tourism Award 2019.
Back by popular demand, the Hagstravaganza International Brewery Festival at the White Hag Ballymote will take place this year on the 26th and 27th of July. The White Hag brewing company create a variety of unique and tasty craft beers using mostly local ingredients. Managing Director of The White Hag Paul Mullin said: "HAGSTRAVAGANZA has [...]
A brand new initiative to raise environmental awareness has just been launched by Sligo Tidy Towns and Sligo Food Trail. It’s a fun activity and colouring sheet for children which will be available in all the Sligo Food Trail restaurants and cafés in Sligo Town.
What an inspiring morning at the Taste the Island workshop in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sligo. It was great to have Chair Marie Casserly and so many Sligo Food Trail network members actively involved and sharing brilliant plans and ideas.
Next Monday, 13th May 2019, is an exciting day for Sligo Food Trail. No less than ten of the network members are up for awards in the national finals of the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) awards, also known as the ‘food oscars’. Not only that, but Ethna Reynolds of Nook in Collooney is part of the team of chefs working on the gala menu for the award night.
Sligo Food Trail members continued their winning ways at the Irish Hotel Awards last week in the Galmont Hotel, Galway.
Plan a weekend couple or family break this Easter in one of Sligo Food Trail’s fantastic accommodation providers. Whatever your preference - you’ll find it here.
Fáilte Ireland’s biggest and most important travel trade show Meitheal starts today in Dublin and Sligo Food Trail are well represented by Aisling Kelly, Sligo Oyster Experience and Anthony Gray (Eala Bhán and Hooked restaurants).
What a night for Sligo Food Trail at the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) Awards night, known as the Food Oscars. No less than ten awards were presented to our members and Anthony Gray was crowned Best Local Food Hero in Connaught. The event took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Rosses Point.
As Mothers’ Day approaches, all our thoughts turn to our own mothers, particularly if they are no longer with us. Alan Fitzmaurice is Executive Chef at The Glasshouse Sligo, a leading light on Sligo Food Trail and possesses a trophy cabinet groaning under the weight of its contents – and he credits his mother Cora with the lot. “It all started with my Mother”, he reminisces, “She was a remarkable cook and an inspiration to me – she gave me an extraordinary early education in food and her influence has always stayed with me”.