BETHAMPTON – “Mateys Steak” is the name of a new steak restaurant in Bethlehem, a seaside town on the western edge of the country.
The name was chosen by Beethoven’s granddaughter as a tribute to a man who became a famous composer during the 16th century.
It is a traditional steakhouse with a “steak” in the name that has become popular in recent years, according to the company’s website.
Owner James “Matt” Mathews told RTE News that “we didn’t eat beef and so we’ve come up with the name.”
“There is no beef at the restaurant, we’re going to name it after someone who’s a really nice man,” he said.
“I think it’s fitting.
He was a composer, he made music.”
It was quite an interesting name, it’s quite fitting.
The word ‘steak’ has come from the French word ‘squeille’, which means ‘taste’.
“There’s a little bit of history behind it.”
Beethoven, who wrote “Ode to Joy” and “The Last Supper” and played in the Philharmonic Orchestra, died in 1723.
He is believed to have had an affair with the wife of the then Queen Mary.
Beethoves wife was the daughter of a prominent courtier, and it is said he took her to Paris to get married, in a time when England was still a very independent country.
In the 1640s, the composer’s wife took him to a Parisian restaurant and she introduced him to her “mother-in-law”.
She was a French aristocrat, so they went to the famous Beaux-Arts hotel where they sat in the same room.
She introduced him in 1746 to the composer, and he was to marry her later that year.
The marriage was arranged, but the marriage ended in divorce.
It was a difficult time for the composer.
He had to move to a small apartment in the city, and was very isolated, according and wrote in his autobiography.
He wrote: ‘I have not the least desire to go to Paris again.
The city has made me a stranger in my own country.
It is no longer possible to speak to my old friends and acquaintances without having to go through the streets.’
He was forced to leave England and return to Paris, where he wrote music in his new studio.
He died in 1808.
A few years later, Mathews opened a steakhouse, called the Mathews Steakhouse, to try and attract the crowds that had once been drawn to the hotel and restaurant.
It quickly sold out and opened its doors again in 1890.
It became one of the biggest in the world and was named after Mathews.
A year later, the Matys family bought the property from Mathews and renamed it “The Mathews Family Steak House” in honour of their grandfather.
“That’s where we’ve decided to name our restaurant,” Mathews said.
He said he was planning to reopen the restaurant again soon, with a new name.