The Farmers Market will take place tomorrow like normal except it will be on a larger scale with many producers attending. Mary Gleeson will be in the square serving Lamb Burgers.
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The semi final of the Lamb Festival on Sunday night went very well. Over 100 people attended to watch Denis Naughton go through to the final. Details of the final will follow shortly.
The tea/coffee morning in the new youth centre QUAD on Tuesday morning was a resounding success, all €300 raised went to Western Alzheimer’s.
Gleeson’s will next week be published in The Southwest Standard. See the article below.
The Southwest Standard is a weekly publication in a tabloid format and it holds advertisements, features and editorials. The publication is available in Bristol & Avon, Dorset, Somerset and Devon and just across the border into Cornwall.
Would you like a relaxing break? If so check out Gleeson’s Townhouse situated in the beautiful West of Ireland. Go “off the beaten track”, meet local people and experience local food and culture.
It is now easier than ever to find Gleeson’s Townhouse. Fly to Ireland’s West Airport situated near the town of Knock. Knock is just a 1 hours scenic drive from the airport to Gleeson’s Townhouse. Gleeson’s can arrange transport for their guests from Knock if they desire. Alternatively guests can fly to Dublin, there are many simple travel options to get from Dublin to Roscommon. Gleeson’s will always help to find your route and make your vacation as hassle free as they can.
Lamb Festival events have great demand for tickets. Tonight’s sees the first semi final of celebrity chefs, Dennis Naughton and Michael Curley in Gleeson’s. Fun night with Vincent Collins of Service Matters to be our compere.
Tickets for tonight’s semi final of the Lamb Festival Celebrity Cook Off will be €15. A live stream of the cooking from the kitchen will be displayed in the restaurant.
Gleeson’s is pleased to report the success of the lamb festival celebrity cook off held on Monday 12th May in Gleeson’s Manse Restaurant. The two competitors, Mary Chandler Conry (Roscommon Lions Club) and Eithne Jarrett (of Roscommon Supported Employment), battled it out, each prepared, cooked and served culinary dishes to a restaurant full of people. At the end of the evening Eithne Jarrett came out victorious.
Gleeson’s to organise BBQ event on Saturday night. Gerry will work with Brazilian cooks who will cook lamb in their style on a large grill outside our County Museum the following sponsors will present their food; Gleeson’s Townhouse, Jacksons, Molloy’s Bakery, Audrey Hessian and Bewley’s. It promises to be a great night of food and music in the marquee. Tickets are €15 and €5 for children they will be available at Gleeson’s. The event will begin at 8pm.
The Wine Tasting Thursday 22nd April was a huge success; Anna Seifried from South Island, New Zealand gave an entertaining and informative evening on her family winery and gave guests the opportunity to taste great Sauvignon Blancs, Riesling Pinot Noirs. A great evening with wonderful canapés from Gerry Doyle our Head Chef.
As a result of the great success of the Wine Tasting, we have an enthusiastic and fun group of people who want to become members of our Wine Club. They will meet every six weeks on a Friday. Everyone is welcome, contact Mary on 0879119771 or the Townhouse on 090 66 26954 for details of next event, date is still to be confirmed.
Congratulations to Gerry Doyle our Head chef who has been accepted as a member of Euro-toques. “Euro-toques is an organisation of chefs and cooks committed to a philosophy of quality food sourcing, with an emphasis on seasonal, local, and artisan ingredients.” Gleeson’s will mark this achievement with a celebratory event when Lamb Festival has concluded.