Hall of the Red Earl
Back in the 13th century when the de Burgo family ran the show in Galway, Richard – the Red Earl – had a large hall built as a seat of...
Enormous tavern with endless timber-panelled rooms and passageways, and great vantage points from which to watch live music (ranging...
A trip to Galway isn't complete without stopping at McDonagh's. Divided into two parts, with a takeaway counter and a cafe with long...
Lonely Planet review
This sprawling pub does a roaring business downstairs in its restaurant, which has hearty carvery lunches and more ambitious mains at night. The cold seafood platter stars the bounty from Galway Bay. Students on dates and out celebrating get rowdier as the pints and hours pass.