Putting “Pops” first

We’re pretty good at looking after the Mammies on Mothers’ Day but we do fall down a bit when it comes to the poor old Dads on Fathers’ Day. Fear not – the good members of Sligo Food Trail are here to save the day with some delectable Daddy treats (mainly aimed at his stomach!)

2017-06-20T11:03:29+00:00 June 15th, 2017|

Faces of the Sligo Food Trail: David Dunne, Knox

If you’d asked David Dunne age 15 what he was going to do with the rest of his life, chances are he’d have told you he was going to be a golf professional on the European Tour. A 30 year old David might have said he was building a nice career in corporate finance and expecting to stay there. Now 41, David Dunne has changed direction completely, and is totally contented running Knox eatery in Sligo town, with business partner Patrick Sweeney.

2017-06-20T11:03:30+00:00 June 9th, 2017|

Faces of the Sligo Food Trail: Paul Monaghan, FEED Café, Sligo Folk Park, Riverstown

Paul Monaghan’s route to running his own food business was unorthodox to say the least. After studying Environmental/Biological Science, he spent the better part of two decades working for major multinational pharmaceutical companies. It was only after taking redundancy that he decided to follow his heart and begin a new career as a chef and business owner. Even then, the path he followed was anything but standard.

2017-06-20T11:03:31+00:00 June 2nd, 2017|

The annual Sligo Tapas Trail bringing Spanish flavours to Sligo

Sligo Food Trail presents the Sligo Tapas Trail as part of the Yeats Weekend celebrations from 8-10th June 2017. An astounding variety of creative, tapas sized specialities will be offered along the Sligo Tapas Food Trail for just €5 per dish. Sligo's best restaurants, gastro pubs, cafes and food providers will showcase Sligo's finest fresh produce and culinary innovation in tapas form so everyone can try some.

2017-06-20T11:03:31+00:00 May 29th, 2017|

Faces of the Sligo Food Trail: Catherine Byrne, Sushi Sisters

For years Sligo was Dubliner Catherine Byrne’s secret place. It was where she spent weekends with college friends, at the Sligo Arts Festival, out on the town and socialising. It was where she was drawn to for a first foray into her own food business. Now, it is where she calls home and where she runs her fabulously named food business, The Sushi Sisters with her (real) sister Mary.

2017-06-20T11:03:32+00:00 May 19th, 2017|