Hall of the Red Earl
Back in the 13th century when the de Burgo family ran things in Galway, Richard – the Red Earl – erected a large hall as a seat of...
Enormous tavern with endless timber-panelled rooms and passageways, and great vantage points from which to watch live music (ranging...
Quay Street Kitchen
Fast and friendly service makes a great first impression at this always-busy bistro. The menu doesn't disappoint either, with a...
22 Quay St · interesting places nearby
A trip to Galway isn't complete without a meal here. Divided into two parts, there's a takeaway counter where diners sit elbow to elbow at long communal wooden tables on one side, and a more upmarket restaurant on the other. Galway's best fish-and-chip shop fries up a haul of battered cod, plaice, haddock, whiting and salmon, accompanied by home-made tartar sauce.
Oysters are 3 for €5.