Thursday September 24, 2020

Chasseur is a flavour of times past

When I left school in the 1970s, I was lucky enough to get a job working for a friend of my dad’s, Ray Vaughan, at the Kirwan Arms in Athboy, Co Meath. It gave me a great grounding, and I still look back on that time and really admire the sheer profe

11th April, 2009

When I left school in the 1970s, I was lucky enough to get a job working for a friend of my dad’s, Ray Vaughan, at the Kirwan Arms in Athboy, Co Meath. It gave me a great grounding, and I still look back on that time and really admire the sheer professionalism of the people there.

It may be hard to believe that Ireland had such great places in the drab old 70s....

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