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Galway's Lighthouse Café opens second location out in Terryland

By Sarah Finnan

July 4, 2020 at 12:56pm


Already with one venue on Abbeygate Street, the team behind popular Galway spot The Lighthouse Café have opened another location out in Terryland.

Being vegan/vegetarian used to be far more difficult a task. Very few places had more than one meat-free option on the menu and even at that, it was often nothing more than a few dry spuds and some veg. Tasty but not exactly the thrilling meal you'd look forward to when heading out for a bite to eat with friends.

Thankfully,  we've come a long way since then and following a plant-based diet has never been easier. Especially with new places popping up around the country all the time, the likes of The Lighthouse Café in Galway who has just opened a second branch out in Terryland - right next door to Keanes Florist with Niamh.

Teasing news of a second location all the way back in February when they cryptically shared a photo of a set of keys, the team has been hard at work since then... with plans only slightly postponed by Covid-19 restrictions.

Sharing a look at the finished venue, it's bright and airy and looks every bit as inviting as we predicted it would.


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We are open!! ? Ran a little late, apologies to anyone who came in before we were ready for ya. Open from 10 tomorrow

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Open for takeaway only  (for now), make sure to call in and grab a sambo and one of their signature vegan bakes.

Header image via Instagram/The Lighthouse Café

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