This Saturday and Sunday last (15 and 16 October 2011), the Féasta Bía Food Trail will take place in Limerick, Clare and Kerry. It comprises of tastings in shops, and more substantial food experiences like afternoon teas or meals in various restaurants and pubs. The fun and entertainment sides will also be catered for with cooking workshops for kids and farm tours, and much more. The Food Trail is highlighting the growing importance and the excellence of Irish artisan food produce.
It goes without saying that the Burren Smokehouse (tastings of smoked salmon) and the Roadside Tavern (meals and beer tastings) will be part of the fun.
The Féasta Bía was organised by “The Atlantic Way”. They are based in Shannon and dedicated to maximize the synergies of all sectors by driving forward an agreed agenda for co-ordinated and joined-up development, creating a region of greater international scale and significance, and a region of proven excellence.