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Gourmet Galway Guide for Image Interiors & Living

Now this, this was so much fun to shoot. Right before I finished up as editor of Image interiors & Living, the magazine’s art director, deputy editor and I hopped in a car and headed west to shoot a story about the exciting, thriving Galway food scene. We took in Michelin restaurants and pop-up pizza joints, cool bars and cute food trucks, old favourites and brand new spots, as well as tons of great portrait opportunities. Some more pics after the jump, if you’d like to see!

Gourmet Galway Guide |JP McMahon of Anair

Above: JP McMahon, chef-proprietor of Galway’s first Michelin-starred restaurant, Aniar.

Gourmet Galway Guide | Ard Bia at Nimmos

Above: Aoibheann Mcnamara and a delicious dish from the wonderful Ard Bia at Nimmos – candied walnut and pearl barley goat’s cheese risotto.

Gourmet Galway Guide | Kai | nathalie.ie

Above: Jess Murphy of Kai.

Gourmet Galway Guide | The Dough Bros | nathalie.ie

Above and top: The Dough Bros, home to some seriously yum pizza.

Gourmet Galway Guide | Eoin Coyle of gourmet streetfood trailer, Brother Rabbits | nathalie.ie

Above:  Eoin Coyle of gourmet streetfood trailer Brother Rabbits.

Gourmet Galway Guide | BoyChik doughnuts | nathalie.ie

Above: Daniel Rosen of BoyChik and his cinnamon-dusted doughnuts. 

Gourmet Galway Guide | Loam | nathalie.ie

Above: Pickled mackerel and seaweed with sheep’s cheese at Michelin-star restaurant and bar Loam

Gourmet Galway Guide | Tribeton | nathalie.ie

Above and below: Tribeton, where Fionn Doyle poured a rosemary, orange and rum-infused coffee cocktail.

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And there you have it! A gorgeous city, with gorgeous food. Totally worth a city a break (and if you do, I can’t recommend a stay in The Stop B&B enough).

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