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Tigh Neachtain
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17 Cross Street Galway Ireland
17 Cross StreetIEGalwayGalway
+353 91 568
PubToday 10:30AM–11:30PM
Tuesday 10:30AM–11:30PMWednesday 10:30AM–11:30PMThursday 10:30AM–11:30PMFriday 10:30AM–12:30AMSaturday 10:30AM–12:30AMSunday 10:30AM–11:30PMMonday 10:30AM–11:30PM
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Cosy, all-wood pub with food from a stylish restaurant upstairs, open fireplaces and live music.- Google
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Margaret Donovan
a month ago
Bit cramped, but the aura here is lovely. The fires provided a nice escape from the rainy winter day.
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James Clough
6 months ago
A quirky pub with lots of character. I've been to this pub on several occasions on various trips to Galway.
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Ronan McNamara
a year ago
Great Irish and Scottish whiskey menu. The Knappogue Castle 14 year old whiskey I had was so hard to find even in Ireland.
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Simon Dedman
2 years ago
If you don't like this place, you don't like pubs. If Irish theme bars were like this, they'd not be doing too much wrong.
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Darren McLoughlin
11 months ago
One of the best bars in Galway, and many would argue that it is definitively the best. Plenty of snugs and corners to sit in, drink some local brews as well as the usual. A great place on a cold day in the west, or on a sunny day where better to be than sitting outside under that blue wall watching people walking up and down the street.
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Richard Browne
2 months ago
A nice Galway pub, well worth a visit day or night.
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Eamon Brett
3 years ago
This has been my favourite pub in town for years. Cozy snugs, open fireplaces, and posters from theatre productions and arts festivals from years past. You can get a sneak peek at the cultural history of the town while having a good pint. Occasional live music in the pub but mostly the place is a hub of conversation. You'll be lucky to get a seat on busier evenings, and the outside seating is the perfect spot for a sunny day. Decent coffee too, and a small food menu for lunchtimes only, but definitely one of the best places for a pint in Galway.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Was a frequent visitor to this pub during my time in the city of the tribes. Have great memories of great times and great people. God bless Lena.x