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Mayo

The Mayo landscape infuses the uniqueness in taste and tells the story of how its food and its people evoke a deep connection with this rugged and remote place.

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Myles O’ Brien
Myles O’ Brien
Myles is the Chef and owner of The Tavern Bar & Restaurant in Murrisk. Located just five miles from Westport, Croagh Patrick soars above the surrounding countryside and dominates the landscape. The famous pilgrimage mountain, known locally as ‘the Reek’ stands imposingly over Myles and Ruth O’ Brien’s Tavern Bar & Restaurant. This extremely scenic spot is the place to enjoy some of the best seafood and local produce of this region.

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The Calvey Family
The Calvey Family
Everywhere in Achill you see the recognisable Achill Mountain sheep. They are the purebred Mayo Blackface Mountain breed and have been in west Mayo since the second half of the nineteenth century. This local sheep has been farmed by the Calvey family since 1856 and, 165 years later and seven generations down, they are still farming and breeding ewes descended from the original flock? How’s that for history? Mayo is steeped in it.

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Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’Malley is an oyster farmer and founder of Achill Oysters. Five generations before him were harvesting from the sea around Achill. As he says himself, he is merely carrying on from what was done before. Eating the oyster’s au naturel is one of the best ways to truly experience the taste of Achill.

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Frankie Mallon
Frankie Mallon
Frankie is the Chef and owner of An Port Mór in the tourism hotspot of Westport. US Vice President Joe Biden came for dinner during his official visit to Ireland back in 2016. Wild Mayo salmon, as it was in season, Achill Mountain lamb and local lobster was on the menu. Frankie speaks with pride and passion when it comes to the local producers.

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Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly
Seán Kelly is an artisan butcher. He eschews mass production, sources meat from local farmers and his own herd, and is committed to nose-to-tail butchery. Born and raised in a butcher’s family, he learned his skills from his father and he is now passing these skills on to his children. The family business, Kelly’s Butchers of Newport, has been operating since 1930.

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Myles O’ Brien
Myles O’ Brien
Myles is the Chef and owner of The Tavern Bar & Restaurant in Murrisk. Located just five miles from Westport, Croagh Patrick soars above the surrounding countryside and dominates the landscape. The famous pilgrimage mountain, known locally as ‘the Reek’ stands imposingly over Myles and Ruth O’ Brien’s Tavern Bar & Restaurant. This extremely scenic spot is the place to enjoy some of the best seafood and local produce of this region.

Find Out More

The Calvey Family
The Calvey Family
Everywhere in Achill you see the recognisable Achill Mountain sheep. They are the purebred Mayo Blackface Mountain breed and have been in west Mayo since the second half of the nineteenth century. This local sheep has been farmed by the Calvey family since 1856 and, 165 years later and seven generations down, they are still farming and breeding ewes descended from the original flock? How’s that for history? Mayo is steeped in it.

Find Out More

Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’Malley is an oyster farmer and founder of Achill Oysters. Five generations before him were harvesting from the sea around Achill. As he says himself, he is merely carrying on from what was done before. Eating the oyster’s au naturel is one of the best ways to truly experience the taste of Achill.

Find Out More

Frankie Mallon
Frankie Mallon
Frankie is the Chef and owner of An Port Mór in the tourism hotspot of Westport. US Vice President Joe Biden came for dinner during his official visit to Ireland back in 2016. Wild Mayo salmon, as it was in season, Achill Mountain lamb and local lobster was on the menu. Frankie speaks with pride and passion when it comes to the local producers.

Find Out More

Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly
Seán Kelly is an artisan butcher. He eschews mass production, sources meat from local farmers and his own herd, and is committed to nose-to-tail butchery. Born and raised in a butcher’s family, he learned his skills from his father and he is now passing these skills on to his children. The family business, Kelly’s Butchers of Newport, has been operating since 1930.

Find Out More

Myles O’ Brien
Myles O’ Brien
Myles is the Chef and owner of The Tavern Bar & Restaurant in Murrisk. Located just five miles from Westport, Croagh Patrick soars above the surrounding countryside and dominates the landscape. The famous pilgrimage mountain, known locally as ‘the Reek’ stands imposingly over Myles and Ruth O’ Brien’s Tavern Bar & Restaurant. This extremely scenic spot is the place to enjoy some of the best seafood and local produce of this region.

Find Out More

The Calvey Family
The Calvey Family
Everywhere in Achill you see the recognisable Achill Mountain sheep. They are the purebred Mayo Blackface Mountain breed and have been in west Mayo since the second half of the nineteenth century. This local sheep has been farmed by the Calvey family since 1856 and, 165 years later and seven generations down, they are still farming and breeding ewes descended from the original flock? How’s that for history? Mayo is steeped in it.

Find Out More

Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’Malley is an oyster farmer and founder of Achill Oysters. Five generations before him were harvesting from the sea around Achill. As he says himself, he is merely carrying on from what was done before. Eating the oyster’s au naturel is one of the best ways to truly experience the taste of Achill.

Find Out More

Frankie Mallon
Frankie Mallon
Frankie is the Chef and owner of An Port Mór in the tourism hotspot of Westport. US Vice President Joe Biden came for dinner during his official visit to Ireland back in 2016. Wild Mayo salmon, as it was in season, Achill Mountain lamb and local lobster was on the menu. Frankie speaks with pride and passion when it comes to the local producers.

Find Out More

Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly
Seán Kelly is an artisan butcher. He eschews mass production, sources meat from local farmers and his own herd, and is committed to nose-to-tail butchery. Born and raised in a butcher’s family, he learned his skills from his father and he is now passing these skills on to his children. The family business, Kelly’s Butchers of Newport, has been operating since 1930.

Find Out More

Myles O’ Brien
Myles O’ Brien
Myles is the Chef and owner of The Tavern Bar & Restaurant in Murrisk. Located just five miles from Westport, Croagh Patrick soars above the surrounding countryside and dominates the landscape. The famous pilgrimage mountain, known locally as ‘the Reek’ stands imposingly over Myles and Ruth O’ Brien’s Tavern Bar & Restaurant. This extremely scenic spot is the place to enjoy some of the best seafood and local produce of this region.

Find Out More

The Calvey Family
The Calvey Family
Everywhere in Achill you see the recognisable Achill Mountain sheep. They are the purebred Mayo Blackface Mountain breed and have been in west Mayo since the second half of the nineteenth century. This local sheep has been farmed by the Calvey family since 1856 and, 165 years later and seven generations down, they are still farming and breeding ewes descended from the original flock? How’s that for history? Mayo is steeped in it.

Find Out More

Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’Malley is an oyster farmer and founder of Achill Oysters. Five generations before him were harvesting from the sea around Achill. As he says himself, he is merely carrying on from what was done before. Eating the oyster’s au naturel is one of the best ways to truly experience the taste of Achill.

Find Out More

Frankie Mallon
Frankie Mallon
Frankie is the Chef and owner of An Port Mór in the tourism hotspot of Westport. US Vice President Joe Biden came for dinner during his official visit to Ireland back in 2016. Wild Mayo salmon, as it was in season, Achill Mountain lamb and local lobster was on the menu. Frankie speaks with pride and passion when it comes to the local producers.

Find Out More

Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly
Seán Kelly is an artisan butcher. He eschews mass production, sources meat from local farmers and his own herd, and is committed to nose-to-tail butchery. Born and raised in a butcher’s family, he learned his skills from his father and he is now passing these skills on to his children. The family business, Kelly’s Butchers of Newport, has been operating since 1930.

Find Out More

Myles O’ Brien
Myles O’ Brien
Myles is the Chef and owner of The Tavern Bar & Restaurant in Murrisk. Located just five miles from Westport, Croagh Patrick soars above the surrounding countryside and dominates the landscape. The famous pilgrimage mountain, known locally as ‘the Reek’ stands imposingly over Myles and Ruth O’ Brien’s Tavern Bar & Restaurant. This extremely scenic spot is the place to enjoy some of the best seafood and local produce of this region.

Find Out More

The Calvey Family
The Calvey Family
Everywhere in Achill you see the recognisable Achill Mountain sheep. They are the purebred Mayo Blackface Mountain breed and have been in west Mayo since the second half of the nineteenth century. This local sheep has been farmed by the Calvey family since 1856 and, 165 years later and seven generations down, they are still farming and breeding ewes descended from the original flock? How’s that for history? Mayo is steeped in it.

Find Out More

Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’ Malley
Hugh O’Malley is an oyster farmer and founder of Achill Oysters. Five generations before him were harvesting from the sea around Achill. As he says himself, he is merely carrying on from what was done before. Eating the oyster’s au naturel is one of the best ways to truly experience the taste of Achill.

Find Out More

Frankie Mallon
Frankie Mallon
Frankie is the Chef and owner of An Port Mór in the tourism hotspot of Westport. US Vice President Joe Biden came for dinner during his official visit to Ireland back in 2016. Wild Mayo salmon, as it was in season, Achill Mountain lamb and local lobster was on the menu. Frankie speaks with pride and passion when it comes to the local producers.

Find Out More

Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly
Seán Kelly is an artisan butcher. He eschews mass production, sources meat from local farmers and his own herd, and is committed to nose-to-tail butchery. Born and raised in a butcher’s family, he learned his skills from his father and he is now passing these skills on to his children. The family business, Kelly’s Butchers of Newport, has been operating since 1930.

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