AGM, Restaurant Symposium & Presidents Dinner

The Restaurants Association of Irelands Restaurant Symposium Brings the Biggest Names in the Hospitality Industry Together at the Aviva Stadium Restaurateurs, Chefs and industry suppliers enjoyed a very successful networking day at the annual Restaurants Association of Ireland Restaurant Symposium on the 24th March. Chaired by national broadcaster and presenter…

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Calories on Menus will cost each Restuarant €5,000 to implement – Nanny State proposals are an unnecessary burden on restaurant owners

The Restaurants Association of Ireland is in Opposition to Government approval of Bill Displaying Calories on Menus Calories on Menus will cost each Restaurant €5000 to implement. The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) is extremely concerned at the government’s proposal to introduce calorie information on menus in restaurants nationwide. The…

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Branches

The Restaurants Association of Ireland has 9 Branches throughout the country where meetings are held two to three times per year for members. Each Branch has a branch chair ( restaurateur from the area) who is elected at the branch AGM in February/March of each year. Cork Kerry Midwest (Limerick,…

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Human Resources Officer vacancy – Restaurants Association of Ireland

Position: Human Resources Officer Reporting to the CEO, this full-time position will be responsible for employment matters, which include training, support services, employment legislation queries and career information. The Restaurants Association is the representative body for the restaurant industry in Ireland. It currently has over 1,000 members and promotes and…

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Irish Restaurant Awards

The Restaurants Association of Ireland is delighted to welcome back the Irish Restaurant Awards for 2016. This will be the 8th annual awards since its humble beginnings back in 2009, where 70 restaurateurs gathered in Dublin for lunch to celebrate each other’s successes. In 2015 the Irish Restaurant Awards consisted…

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