“Best Overall Brewery” is quite some accolade and we’re thrilled to announce it has been awarded to the White Hag Brewery on the Sligo Food Trail. The award is part of the Beer of the Year competition run by Beoir.
The entire county of Sligo seems to be a magnet for people from just about everywhere with a passion for food and the drive to make something special happen. Something very special indeed is happening down Skreen way on a Saturday, and Marguerite Quinlan has had more than a little to do with it. She [...]
Second Sligo Food Trail restaurant to win accolade What a coup for The Draft House gastro pub in Strandhill who have just been announced as the Bord Bia Just Ask Restaurant of the month. This coveted award recognises quality restaurants which both source local produce and profile their suppliers on menus. The winner is selected [...]
Effervescent by nature and infectiously enthusiastic about her love of food and cooking, Ethna Reynolds has poured her personality into Nook Cafe in Collooney. No wonder she and Nook have garnered a slew of awards since opening last May. We talked to Ethna to find out a little more about her.
Sligo Food Trail is delighted to welcome everyone to Sligo for the gala “Spirit of Sligo” event tonight which will kick off Sligo’s year as the European Volunteering Capital.
Here’s a New Year Resolution you’ll love to make and enjoy keeping! Find yourself a new food experience on Sligo Food Trail. With over 70 members to choose from you’re bound to find something you haven’t tried before. Here are a few suggestions to get you started: Check it out Try somewhere new. You could [...]
At Christmas time, nothing beats a glass of mulled wine by the fire. Joe Grogan's Riverside Mulled Wine recipe is a warming celebration of traditional festive spices and simply tastes like Christmas in a glass!
Opportunity for our members
There’s no need to go abroad for a real Christmas market this year – there’s a fabulous choice right here at home in Sligo. The compact nature of the county allows visitors to visit several markets over a weekend and really soak up the atmosphere. Music spills from the rafters, fairy lights twinkle overhead and the scents of Christmas waft through the air. Delicious foodie treats – sea veg, chocolately nibbles, breads, cheeses and dips, craft beer, sushi - compete for attention with gorgeously handcrafted gifts. You’ll find Sligo Food Trail members at all the markets and some, like Murson’s Farm, take a stand at several.
The Sligo Food Trail, a network of food businesses in County Sligo is delighted to announce we have received significant funding from CEDRA, Dept. of Agriculture to assist with the growth of our initiative in 2016 and for the future. The funding will be supported by Sligo County Council, LEO Sligo, Fáilte Ireland and Sligo [...]