Some of the finest pubs in the South West representing counties Limerick, Clare and Kerry are celebrating following their success at the 2018 Irish Pub Awards Regional Finals, which took place in Bobby Byrne’s Pub,
There were 1,477 less pubs in Ireland last year than in 2005, representing a 17.1% drop in businesses across the country, according to the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI, of which the VFI is
Congratulations to the 15 VFI members who have been shortlisted for this years KNORR Great Carvery competition. After strong entries from the length and breadth of the four provinces, the 2018 KNORR Great Carvery competition will
VFI members featured in a recent article ‘Ireland’s Top 20 Gastropubs’ by Lucinda O’Sullivan, one of Ireland’s most widely-read food critics. Lucinda’s top 20 gastropubs ‘for feeding the flock’ appeared in The Sunday Independent’s, Life Magazine.
New Personal Injuries Assessment Board (Amendment) Bill 2018 to add further pressure on Government. In a move certain to heap additional pressure on the Government regarding insurance reform, Deputy Michael McGrath (FF) has this afternoon introduced
Griffith College is to launch a Bar Manager’s Degree Apprenticeship in 2019. The news comes after the Apprenticeship Council of Ireland approved the course for development earlier this year. The three-year degree has been designed
€100k committed in major sponsorship deal by VFI Drogheda & District and Hoteliers to Fleadh Cheoil Na hÉireann 2018. Members of the Drogheda & District Vintners & Hoteliers and their suppliers have announced a significant