Enjoy an evening of fine dining and local history as Gallagher’s presents its first in a series of cultural events, created to complement the restaurants award-winning dining experience.
On November 8th we will be joined by the founder of the Limerick Historical Society Tony Browne as he talks about the local history of the Shannon, from stories of local fisherman to tales of shipping and commerce at the mouth of Ireland’s most famous river. To complement the evening will be a musical accompaniment and of course our award winning food and specially selected wine.
Says General Manager Barry Tierney “We go beyond just great food here at Gallagher’s – we aim for our guests to feel they have had a fine dining experience, from our beautiful cottage in the heart of historic Bunratty, to our service, music and handpicked drinks selection. Our cultural events will help enhance that inimitable experience.”
Tickets are €50 per person and include a specially designed three course dinner with wine.
To see our menus in full please visit www.gallaghersofbunratty.com/gallaghers-a-la-carte/
About Tony Browne: Tony was a member of the Thomand Archaeological and Historical Society from 1976 to 2013. He served as Deputy President for many years and organised lectures and outings to a wide variety of venues and historical destinations. Tony also regularly presents a history programme on local radio. www.limerickhistoricalsociety.ie
About Gallagher’s Seafood Restaurant: Gallagher’s is an award winning seafood restaurant set in the picturesque village of Bunratty, just outside Limerick City. Serving guests fresh, local produce every evening, the restaurant has become a mainstay for many locals and visitors alike. It is housed in a charming thatched cottage, next to its sister restaurant, J.P Clarke’s.
Winner of Best Seafood Restaurant at the Irish Hospitality Awards 2016