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White Gables restaurant wants to cater for your staycation

If you’re headed for the west for your staycation this summer, or a local planning to enjoy the Galway Races virtually, there’s a good chance you even if you don’t want to eat out at a restaurant, you definitely don’t want to cook.

White Gables restaurant in Moycullen in Galway have come up with solutions to ‘Who is cooking tonight?!’ with their collection of dining options for eating in style at home.

“With lots of people heading to Connemara to their home away from home, we can organize supper for the first evening, so that the holiday begins straight away,” explains Anne Dunne, owner of White Gables.

“By choosing from our online food to go menu we will have a freshly prepared supper for collection on the way West.”

Locally, with Galway Races being held behind closed doors this summer Anne and Kevin Dunne have decided to create dining options for entertaining from home.

From their ‘Summer get together’ menu one can choose from a Garden Party, Relaxed Supper or a Divine Dinner Party all prepared in White Gables kitchen.

White Gables will be opening on July 23 for a limited number of evenings, as well as offing

“With things being a little different this year we want to look after our wonderful customers in a way that works best for them,” says Anne “and it will help our business survive too”

To find out more and to see full menus log onto, https://www.whitegables.com/white-gables-menus/

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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