Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis has been managing editor of The Sunday Business Post since 2012, having previously been assistant editor and property editor. She specialises in long form interviews and news features, and has a particular interest in the food industry, writing the paper’s restaurant reviews as well as a weekly food news page in the magazine.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

FOOD TOUR : Sample a day-long taste of Wicklow I’m probably slightly biased, but I reckon the f...

Grill: Fired with enthusiasm

Grill: Fired with enthusiasm

Managing editor Gillian Nelis introduces you to The Sunday Business Post's barbecue magazine

We want to produce great film makers, great designers and great technology graduates

We want to produce great film makers, great designers and great technology graduates

As president of IADT and chair of the Irish Film Board, Dr Annie Doona is championing creativity and the arts in Ireland

Cork food firm in €500k SuperValu deal

Cork food firm in €500k SuperValu deal

The Fresh Fish Deli, a west Cork food firm which was set up four years ago, has secured a €500,...

More misses than hits in sunny Monkstown

More misses than hits in sunny Monkstown

I’m at a loss as to what has happened at Bresson since it opened amid a slew of positive reviews a few months back

Neven Maguire and Melissa San Miguel join line-up for Food & Drink Industry Summit

Neven Maguire and Melissa San Miguel join line-up for Food & Drink Industry Summit

The summit will take place in Croke Park on June 12th

'It's all about the dealer'

'It's all about the dealer'

After 16 years at Renault Ireland, Paddy Magee has seen enough triumphs and setbacks to take a philosophical view of it all

Friendly fare on the sandy shores of Dingle

Friendly fare on the sandy shores of Dingle

Spillane's is located on the Maharees, a three-kilometre sandy spit to the north of the Dingle peninsula that’s a mecca for surfers and, at least if our experience is anything to go by, for families

Musgrave Group aims to ‘go after every eating occasion’

Musgrave Group aims to ‘go after every eating occasion’

Musgrave’s has built Frank and Honest Coffee into the country’s top selling brand, but chief executive Chris Martin is hungry for more

A chance to buy art at affordable prices

A chance to buy art at affordable prices

Some 42 pieces of art will be sold by the American businessman and philanthropist Tony Pilaro and his wife Linda at a charity auction in the RDS on Monday

Enterprise scheme helps designer double online sales  Grogan extends her range of patterned summer silks

Enterprise scheme helps designer double online sales Grogan extends her range of patterned summer silks

Fashion designer Susannagh Grogan has seen her online sales double as a result of her participati...

What’s the catch?

What’s the catch?

Meet two of Ireland’s most exciting restaurateurs, Niall Sabongi and Gaz Smith. The pair are reeling in plenty of hearts, minds and stomachs with their simple but satisfying approach to fish and seafood, writes Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis on Business

Gillian Nelis on Business

How many Irish restaurants stay the course? And why are some struggling or going bust? A new survey provides some clues

Japanese cocktail house is small but perfectly formed

Japanese cocktail house is small but perfectly formed

Bonsai Bar 17 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2 01-5267701, thebonsaibar.com Chef: Dylan Mc...

Philanthropist Pilaro donates artworks for charity auction in aid of awards programme

Philanthropist Pilaro donates artworks for charity auction in aid of awards programme

Pilaro and his wife Linda have donated 42 pieces of work to the auction, which takes place at the RDS in Dublin on May 28