Galway’s westend will host a neighbourhood Street Feast on Bank Holiday Monday, June 5th from 11am to 2pm. The Street Feast is bringing together the much loved and award winning businesses in the area as part of the westend summer celebrations.
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People of Galway's West End - Fabienne Hardy of Rouge Restaurant Her affection for Ireland, Galway especially, started in 1998 when she first visited The City of Tribes. Passion for music (she is a violinist!) and urge to discover Irish notes, led her to move into Galway in 2005. She was [...]
People of Galway's West End - Mara Gedrovica of The Secret Garden Galway After finishing a degree in psychology Mara came over to Galway with 50 euros in her pocket to visit a friend. It was 2007 when she left Latvia. She quickly fell in love with Ireland and decided to [...]
People of Galway's West End - Malachy Duggan of the Blue Note Galway Why do you love Galway's West End? Mal: 'It might feel like a private joke when you walk into it first. But it really doesn't take long to get into the joke'. The engine of Galway's West End, mostly [...]
People of Galway's West End - Margaret Bohan of Dela Restaurant Margaret is a wonderful person with the head full of amazing ideas. She is running one of the busiest restaurants in town yet when you meet her, the first thing you notice is how humble she is. Her customers get drawn [...]
iSupply began in 1992 as a print and copy shop with two employees in Sea Road, in Galway’s West End. 25 years later, the company continues to grow from strength to strength, with five sites across the city, employing 40 employees in a variety of roles.
Vinnies Take Away & Pizzeria is a family run business located in Galway City.
A state of the art, brand new salon which is located in the Westend of Galway City. Welcome to The Face Hairdressing.
Blue Teapot is a multi-award winning Theatre Company, Performing Arts School and Outreach programme for people with intellectual disabilities at the forefront of arts & disability in Ireland.
Raidió na dTreabh is Galway's first Irish language community radio station. Run by hard working volunteers, RnaT broadcast online at rnat.ie and feature a wide range of shows and topics, presented by a group of twenty presenters.