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  • Approved Suppliers - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    Eamon McCay Orchard Road Industrial Estate Orchard Road Strabane Co Tyrone BT829FR 028 71383133 fax 028 71384581 eamon frylite com G s Gourmet Jam s Abbey Farm Foods Clive Gee Abbeyleix Co Laois 057 873 1058 clive gsgourmetjams ie GH Enterprises Eimear O Sullivan Rahavanig House Rahavanig Ballybunion Co Kerry 068 281 33 gheffernan gmail com Glana Controlled Hygiene Ltd John O Shea Block D Waterford Road Business Park Newross Co Wexford 051 448343 online glana ie Glenilen Farm Alan Kingston Drimoleague Co Cork 028 31179 086 8141091 alan glenilenfarm com Glorious Sushi Tetyana Zhemerdyey Unit 112 Block B Dunhill Eco Park Co Waterford 087 681 5897 info glorioussushi com Green Hospitality Programme Maurice Bergin Eastgate Village Little Island Co Cork 021 4354688 info ghaward ie Guardian Safety Julie Gorman B2 Centre Point Business Park Oak Road Dublin 12 01 4243013 julie guardiansafety ie Heineken Ireland Ricky Grogan Murphy Brewery Lady s Wells Brewery Co Cork 021 4503371 fax 021 4503011 Prev 1 5 6 7 8 9 16 Next Popular Latest Comments Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating June 22 2015 By Restaurants Association President s Report February February 08 2016

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  • AGM, Restaurant Symposium and Presidents Dinner - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    of Ireland February 04 2014 By raireland View all Posts President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Investment Returns to the Irish Hospitality Sector at Hospitality Expo RDS January 14 2016 By Restaurants Association Nominations now open for Irish Restaurant Awards 2016 January 11 2016 By Restaurants Association Presidents Report January 2016 January 07 2016 By Restaurants Association View all Posts http www 365daysofwellness net activity p

    Original URL path: http://www.rai.ie/gallery-item/agm-restaurant-symposium-and-presidents-dinner/ (2016-02-18)
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  • The Restaurants Association of Ireland Submit Detailed Report on the Minimum Wage to the Low Pay Commission - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    continues to be characterised by tight margins and challenging trading conditions The lack of demand in the economy over the past few years has been the biggest issue for the restaurant sector While some recovery in domestic demand is being experienced those businesses that interface with the consumer are still operating in a challenging environment The underlying picture is still extremely challenging The personal tax burden has been increased in dramatic fashion the price of many items of essential expenditure such as car insurance education and health insurance have increased sharply in recent years the labour market is still challenging and many in the personal sector are more interested in paying off debt than spending at the moment This creates a challenging environment for consumer facing businesses and the ability to protect or grow margins through price increases is very limited Given the still fragile nature of Ireland s economic recovery and the still very difficult environment for the restaurant sector the notion of increasing the National Minimum Wage which would have a push through effect on wages up the line does not make any sense It would increase the cost base for business and would undermine the cost competitiveness of the economy It would fly in the face of the aspiration to make Ireland the best small country in the world in which to do business and the aspiration to preserve and improve the competitiveness of the economy The tax and welfare system should be used to put money into people s pockets rather than facilitating and encouraging an economically damaging upwards spiral in wages The notion of pushing up wage costs at this juncture fails to recognise the business realities in what is still a very challenging economic environment The restaurant sector is highly labour intensive and so wage costs account for a significant part of total operating costs It is estimated that in the Hotel Restaurant Sector labour costs account for 50 of total input costs and around 11 of workers in the sector are on the minimum wage An increase in the minimum wage would add to wage demands up the line and add significantly to total input costs For a sector that is starting to experience a gradual recovery in business performance and which plays such an important role in national and regional employment adding to operating costs at this juncture would be premature and potentially damaging Download a copy of the RAI submission here Ends Notes to the Editor The Low Pay Commission is set up on a statutory basis and will advise the Government on an annual basis on the appropriate level for the National Minimum Specifically the key issues that it has been asked to examine in formulating its advice to Government in relation to the National Minimum Wage are The change in earnings since the national minimum wage was last increased in 2011 The unemployment and employment rates generally The expected impact of a change to the minimum wage on employment

    Original URL path: http://www.rai.ie/the-restaurants-association-of-ireland-submit-detailed-report-on-the-minimum-wage-to-the-low-pay-commission/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Election candidates urged to support 9% VAT Rate in Food, Tourism and Hospitality Sector - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    jobs between Carlow and Kilkenny is a very conservative estimate and does not include the number of indirect jobs created in the wider economy as a result of the increased economic activity When the effect of this is included the total number of new jobs is even more impressive with an additional 353 indirect jobs created This brings to 1 122 the total number of jobs in created in Carlow and Kilkenny since July 2011 continued Adrian Cummins Chief Executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland The employment figures are from the updated report published by Restaurant Association of Ireland entitled Job Creation in the Food Tourism and Hospitality Sectors 2015 which uses national employment data from the Central Statistics Office The Report examines the impact of the introduction of the new VAT rate in July 2011 when it was reduced from 13 5 to 9 for tourism related services and goods Significant savings for the Exchequer The Report from the RAI demonstrates the considerable social welfare savings made by Exchequer as a result of the increase in the number of jobs Adrian Cummins Chief Executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland said that the Exchequer made a remarkable 23 07m in social welfare savings as a result of the 769 direct jobs created between Carlow and Kilkenny since the VAT rate was reduced These new jobs have also meant additional revenue for the Exchequer from the increase in payroll tax receipts The contribution from employee taxes USC and PRSI and employer taxes employers PRSI from the 769 direct jobs has delivered 3 66m in revenues for the Exchequer continued Chief Executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland Adrian Cummins The report published by the RAI on Jobs Creation in the Food Tourism and Hospitality Sectors 2015 has been sent

    Original URL path: http://www.rai.ie/election-candidates-urged-to-support-9-vat-rate-in-food-tourism-and-hospitality-sector/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Nepal Earthquake Appeal - Restaurant Support - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    6718414 OPERATION you will need to set up an PLU number to your till calling it CONCERN RAI NEPAL EARTHQUAKE APPEAL and this will appear at the bottom of the bill after VAT and service charges have been applied Whilst the charge is added automatically it is a voluntary donation and can be simply removed from the bill if the customer so requests AWARENESS by having staff informed customers can be aware of the campaign and not get blind sighted when they receive their bill Also by having a brief explanation on your menu occasional posts on social media about being involved in the CONCERN RAI NEPAL EARTHQUAKE APPEAL will generate awareness that your restaurant is participating in this great campaign RECORDS using your electronic till it is easy to keep record of the total Nepal Earthquake Appeal donations received each day week or month depending on your accounting practice For simplicity of administration we would ask you to forward the money raised in one payment at the end of the month by cheque to Concern Worldwide making sure you reference CONCERN RAI NEPAL EARTHQUAKE APPEAL Please call Clare Ahern in Concern on 01 4791312 for alternative payment options What will the money gotowards The focus of Concern s response will be in four of the worst affected districts in Nepal These are some of the most remote areas where the damage is very severe and where aid has been slow to reach In the early stages of the response we will aim to distribute shelter and hygiene supplies to 10 000 households at an approximate costs of 50 per household 50 for a Household kit Fleece blanket sleeping mat kitchen set jerry can plastic sheets and tarpaulin with a hygiene kit washing powder toilet rolls soaps toothpaste toothbrush shampoo

    Original URL path: http://www.rai.ie/nepal-earthquake-appeal-restaurant-support/ (2016-02-18)
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  • TOP RESTAURANTS IN CONNAUGHT ANNOUNCED AT IRISH RESTAURANT AWARDS 2015 - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    two of the process Each element is independently assessed by BDO Mystery Guest Visit 55 This component of the awards is conducted by Prism Consulting headed by Hugo Arnold independent food writer and consultant All County Winners and Dublin Shortlist receive a mystery guest visit throughout the month of April and May National Awards Academy 35 Our National Awards Academy is made up of representatives from each of the regional judging panels and will meet in May to Judge the County Winners and Dublin Shortlist The Academy members include food writers journalists academics and hospitality magazine editors Menu Judging 10 All County winners and the Dublin Shortlist in each category are asked to submit a copy of their food and wine menus for judging Best Restaurant Sponsored by Dalcassian Wakefield Wines Galway Kai Café and Restaurant Leitrim The Cottage Restaurant Mayo An Port Mór Roscommon The Purple Onion Sligo Eala Bhán Best Chef Sponsored by La Rousse Foods Galway Jessica Murphy of Kai Café and Restaurant Leitrim Shamzuri Hanifa of the Cottage Restaurant Mayo Chamila Mananwatta of Nephin Restaurant at Mulranny Park Hotel Roscommon Piotr Kaczmarek of Shannonside Restaurant at Keenan s of Tarmonbarry Sligo Michelle McGowan at The Pilot Bar Best Restaurant Manager in Connaught Sponsored by Tindal Wine and Emiliana Vineyards Daniel Mayr of The Library Restaurant at Belleek Castle Best Hotel Restaurant Galway The Twelve Hotel Leitrim Sandstone Restaurant at Lough Rynn Castle Mayo The Library Restaurant at Belleek Castle Roscommon The Terrace Restaurant at Abbey Hotel Sligo Moira s Restaurant at Cromleach Lodge Local Food Hero in Connaught Sponsored by Rewarding Times Ronan Byrne The Friendly Farmer Galway Best Casual Dining Sponsored by Total Produce Galway Taste Matters Leitrim Riverbank Restaurant Mayo Café Rua Roscommon Molloy s Artisan Bakery Café Sligo Eithna s By The Sea Best Kids Size Me in Connaught Sponsored by Heinz Kids Size Me Maxwells Bistro Galway Best Gastro Pub Sponsored by Bunzl McLaughlin Galway Brasserie on the Corner Leitrim The Oarsman Mayo Flanagan s Pub Roscommon Keenan s of Tarmanbarry Sligo The Pilot Bar Best Newcomer Sponsored by Elavon Galway The Dough Bro s Wood Fired Pizza Mayo Pat Cohan s Bar Sligo Hearts Desire Café Best Emerging Irish Cuisine in Munster Sponsored by Odaios Foods Loam Galway Best Wine Experience Sponsored by Classic Drinks Massottina Galway Upstairs West at The Twelve Leitrim Sandstone Restaurant at Lough Rynn Castle Mayo The Restaurant at Newport House Roscommon The Douglas Hyde Restaurant at Kilronan Castle Sligo Hargadons Best Customer Service Sponsored by TheTaste ie Galway Roisin Dubh Restaurant at Renvyle House Hotel Leitrim The Courthouse Restaurant Mayo Bar One Roscommon Molly s Artisan Bakery Café Sligo Harrison s Restaurant Bar ENDS Notes for the Editor Industry Awards Aside from the main categories the Irish Restaurant Awards also run industry category awards with only one All Ireland winner been chosen The judging and selection process for the Industry Award categories differs from the Main Award category process Only Members of the Restaurants Association of

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  • TOP RESTAURANTS IN MUNSTER ANNOUNCED AT THE 2015 IRISH RESTAURANT AWARDS - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    This component of the awards is conducted by Prism Consulting headed by Hugo Arnold independent food writer and consultant All County Winners and Dublin Shortlist receive a mystery guest visit throughout the month of April and May National Awards Academy 35 Our National Awards Academy is made up of representatives from each of the regional judging panels and will meet in May to Judge the County Winners and Dublin Shortlist The Academy members include food writers journalists academics and hospitality magazine editors Menu Judging 10 All County winners and the Dublin Shortlist in each category are asked to submit a copy of their food and wine menus for judging Best Restaurant Sponsored by Dalcassian Wakefield Wines Clare Wild Honey Inn Cork Fenn s Quay Restaurant Kerry West End House Limerick 1826 Adare Tipperary Brocka on the Water Waterford The Tannery Best Chef Sponsored by La Rousse Foods Clare David Hurley of The Dining Room at Gregans Castle Hotel Cork Bryan McCarthy of Greenes Restaurant at Hotel Isaacs Kerry Patricia Teahan of Lakeside Restaurant at Carrig Country House Limerick Wade Murphy of 1826 Adare Tipperary Dermot Gannon of The Chapel Dining Room at The Old Convent Waterford Paul Flynn of the Tannery Best Restaurant Manager in Munster Sponsored by Tindal Wine and Emiliana Vineyards Mairead O Brien of Nash 19 Cork Best Hotel Restaurant Clare Earl of Thomond at Dromoland Castle Hotel Cork The Restaurant at The Bayview Hotel Kerry Panorama Restaurant at The Europe Hotel Limerick The Oakroom Restaurant at Adare Manor Hotel Tipperary The Chapel Dining Room at The Old Convent Waterford Zaks Restaurant at Athenaeum House Hotel Local Food Hero Sponsored by Rewarding Times Darina Allen of Ballymaloe House Best Casual Dining Sponsored by Total Produce Clare L Arco Italian Restaurant Cork Liberty Grill Kerry The Roast House Limerick Canteen Tipperary Café Hans Waterford Bodéga Best Kids Size Me in Munster Sponsored by Heinz Kids Size Me Momo Restaurant Best Gastro Pub Sponsored by Bunzl McLaughlin Clare The Cloister Restaurant Bar Cork Toddies at the Bulman Kerry Allo s Bar Bistro Restaurant Townhouse Limerick Collins Bar Dooradoyle Tipperary The Derg Inn Waterford The Spinnaker Bar Best Newcomer Sponsored by Elavon Clare Shannigan s Gastro Pub Cork Coqbull Limerick AROI Tipperary Lava Rock Restaurant Waterford Burzza Best Emerging Irish Cuisine in Munster Sponsored by Odaios Foods Sage Restaurant Best Wine Experience Sponsored by Classic Drinks Massottina Clare The Cloister Restaurant Bar Cork The Black Pig Kerry Sol y Sombra Limerick Sash Restaurant Tipperary Inch House Country House Restaurant Waterford Dennison s Restaurant Best Customer Service Sponsored by TheTaste ie Clare The Dining Room at Gregans Castle Hotel Cork Market Lane Kerry The Chart House Limerick The Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge Tipperary The Peppermill Waterford La Bohème Restaurant Winebar ENDS Notes for the Editor Industry Awards Aside from the main categories the Irish Restaurant Awards also run industry category awards with only one All Ireland winner been chosen The judging and selection process for the Industry Award categories differs

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  • St. Mary's Hotel School Reunion - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    with their wives for two nights we believe that it is a fitting and worthy venue for the reunion The Hotel rests on the site of a 19th century Convent of Mercy with a fasinating and eventful history It is discreetly situated just off Ennis town centre a short walk through the warm glow of the victorian lamps in the cobblestoned courtyard leads guests to the heart of the historical and vibrant town of Ennis The hotel is very conveniently accessible from the motorway and Shannon Airport During our visit John was a fantastic host and was very instrumental in preparing the programme of events for the upcoming reunion John brought us around to meet the management at Dromoland and Bunratty Castle s and they have assured us of their utmost attention at all times during our visit John has managed leading hotels around the world and is the Proprietor of the Temple Gate Hotel for the past twenty years he is supported in managing the hotel by his son Paul Please find download the programme of events for the weekend from here We are getting a fantastic response to this very nostalgic reunion We trust that you will be able to join us we know it will be a very enjoyable few days Yours Sincerely Dermot Enright Organiser Patsy Mc Guirk Organiser John Madden Host Contact Patsy McGuirk Organiser 087 2419 012 patsymcguirk1950 outlook com Events Popular Latest Comments Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating June 22 2015 By Restaurants Association President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Bord Bia announces Belleek Castle as Just Ask Restaurant of the Year 2014 February 04 2014 By raireland Human Resources Officer vacancy Restaurants Association of Ireland February 04 2014 By

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