With the Galway Food Festival fast approaching, we have compiled a list on all the important information you need to have in check before it comes around. Have a look below.
The Galway Food Festival will be held over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend from Thursday 29th March to Monday 02 April 2018.
Galway’s unique and thriving dining scene will proudly present a host of culinary events across the City, exploring the traditions, products and dishes that have evolved over the years. A city once dominated by the 14 Tribes, Galway is now home to an array of over 43 nationalities, each offering a new assortment to the dynamic and multicultural culinary melting pot.
From active discussions in the Druid Lane Theatre to live cookery demonstrations at the Food Festival Village; the city will be transformed into a veritable gourmand’s paradise with numerous artisan food and craft markets, cookery demonstrations, city food tours, movies, taste trails and a host of dining events in local hotels, restaurants, cafés and bars.
How many attend:
More than 70,000 people attended last year’s Galway Food Festival & anticipation is growing that a wider audience will be in attendance at this years festival.
Are there many outlets:
100 food outlets and producers from across the city and county taking part. Each theme will be speckled across the city, with an array of events that will celebrate the diversity of Irish food. A host of Ireland’s top chefs and food producers will present a series of events, exploring the rich tapestry of Ireland’s food movement.
To summarize, head West for Easter 2018 and don’t miss what promises to be a spectacular celebration of Ireland’s diverse history of food!