Fresh, healthy and delicious Wild Atlantic produce is plentiful in the newest fish store at the fishing harbour of Killybegs.
Atlantic Treasures Fish Stop, the new fish shop, are to have their official opening this weekend Saturday 12th October from 2pm until 5pm with all welcome to attend throughout the day.
The opening promises to be a great day of entertainment, sampling and celebrity chef demos! See below for a preview of the opening party schedule.
The new Fish Stop, located on New Row Killybegs, supplies an extensive range of quality fresh fish, various frozen seafood including over a dozen types of prawns and their own award-winning smoked and marinated products.
A further range of Donegal produce is available including Shines Tuna, Quality Sea Veg, Algaran Seaweed Products and Filligans Jams which were all picked to complement various dishes.
The concept of the fish stop is to take the hard work out of seafood, with the option of supplying each species in ovenable bags with a range of delicious glazes and seasonings to tempt the senses of the customer.
Products can also be vacuum packed for convenience in-store in the event the customer is travelling or wants to freeze for later.
Everyone is welcome to the grand opening this Saturday, 12th October.
Music by local musician Brandon Shovlin from 2pm until 3pm, Donegal under 12’s county champion fiddle player.
Official opening will be carried out by RTE Chef Brian Mc Dermott at 3.30pm and he will demonstrate a seafood dish at 4pm.
There will be a selection of wine and seafood for tasting along with Guinness & Oysters throughout the day.
Sliabh Liag Distillers famous An Dulaman Gin will also be served and as always The Fish Stop’s Fishmonger Ronan will be on hand to guide and help with all things seafood.
Make sure to follow Atlantic Treasures Fish Stop on Facebook for updates, special offers and some singing specials from Ronan!
The Fish Stop was supported by Donegal County Council’s Town and Village Renewal Scheme with help from the Killybegs Regeneration Group & Killybegs Community Council as part of an overall town regeneration project.Tags: