Galway Food Tours get crafty in 2023

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The award-winning Galway Food Tours who guide people through the food scene of Galway have launched their craft and food tours gift vouchers. 

The gift vouchers can be for one of their food and experiential tours or can be out towards joining their craft tours which they launched in November 2022.

Long after the festive season, you can enjoy a craft tour in Galway. This February 12, join Galway Food tours as they take you on a journey through the city like no other. 

“People want experiences now, so we wanted to bring the best of fashion, craft, and food together,” said Sheena Dignam Owner of Galway Food Tours.

She added that they are incredibly fortunate to have these “incredible people, places, and resources” in the west to make such an experience. 

“So, get your friends together or come on a date with us yourself, a brilliant day eating, chatting, a tipple or two and of course having conversations, getting creative and learning from the people that are around us. Perfection.”

The food odyssey starts in Galway’s westend, In Plámás where a coffee and sweet treat from Kai is the order of the day.

After that you’re heading up the town to hear and learn from the icon that is Anne O’Maille who runs O’Máille – The Original House of Style, founded in 1938 in the heart of Galway City. 

Famous for their unique Hand Knitted Aran Sweaters. Proudly showcasing Top 100% Irish Weavers | Contemporary designs for Men, Women & Home in natural fiber.

Then it’s onto one the city’s most iconic restaurant spaces, Ard Bia where lunch is served. 

The creative juices can then be awoken with a Weave workshop where you will make a St Bridget’s cross with Sarah Jenkins in the surroundings of the Galway City Gin Distillery and talk (and drink!) about Imbolc – Early Childhood with Claire Davey.