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Guys Bar Clifden

Guys Bar on the Main Street in Clifden is one of the town’s oldest and busiest food pubs. Concentrating on locally sourced food and seafood we are open for lunch and dinner all year around. Our ethos is to work with Irish food suppliers as locally as possible. Some of our suppliers include Dooncastle Oysters, Killary Fjord Shellfish, Mary’s fish, Gilligans farm, Ardsallagh, Toonsbridge, Arndale farm pork & Bridewell brewery.

Armorica Restaurant, Wine Bar & Accommodation

Combining the management and cuisiniere skills of Natasha Hughes and Nicolas Denis, Armorica delivers high quality, delicious French food with a strong focus on local and organic produce. Using the freshest most sustainably produced ingredients to provide a truly extraordinary unpretentious dining experience, you will be tantalised by unexpected flavour combinations. The engaging, friendly but non-intrusive front of house staff will attend your table with great care, and the wine selection will satisfy the most informed palate.

Armorica consists of an intimate but open dining space with a street view, a beautiful conservatory with garden views, some outdoor seating, and elegant guest accommodation.

Professional staff, ambient music, lighting, artwork, and spacing combine to create comfort, intimacy and of course romance! It’s all about enjoying quality ingredients, superb cooking and fine wine in a warm, friendly, relaxed environment.  

Armorica was awarded ‘Breakfast of the Year’ in 2019 by the McKenna’s Guides. “if you love a classic French rolled omelette more than anything in the world, then this is where you find it: nothing quite like perfection first thing in the morning” (Dr. Sally & Dr. John McKenna, 2019).

The interior of this splendid building has recently been fully refurbished and also features a nine-room accommodation area with luxurious, bright, double and king size rooms (all en-suite) with some superior options that combine Armorica’s modern, forward-thinking ethos, a welcoming ambience, and the rustic feeling of the original stone building. Armorica is an ideal destination for a romantic candlelit meal, a night out with friends, a private dinner party or you could also reserve a quiet area for an important business or conference meeting.  It’s also family-friendly, with a children’s menu just as delicious as the adults.

Located on main street Oranmore, Galway, Armorica overlooks the scenic Galway Bay and is an integral part of The Wild Atlantic Way. A perfect base if you are touring or visiting the west coast.

Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate

Our food is at the core of the Glenlo Abbey experience with meals, menus, and settings to suit every occasion and palate, indisputably making it one of the best places to eat in Galway. The Pullman Restaurant is set aboard two carriages from the original Orient Express and will transport you back in time to a glamorous bygone era. The Oak Cellar Bistro is an ideal spot for unwinding and relaxing after a long day of activities, whether intimate meal for two or more, the Oak Cellar Bistro has a dining option to suit all palates. Palmers Bar & Kitchen is a contemporary bar and lounge classic and stylish, you’ll find a warm welcome in this laidback bar and restaurant. The extensive menus feature the finest local and seasonal produce, from sandwiches and salads to seafood and steak. Afternoon Tea at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate is a truly special experience. Spend an afternoon in the most pleasant surroundings, enjoying a delicious assortment of savouries, scones, and petite pastries, while sipping your favourite piping-hot blend of tea or coffee. Make your Afternoon Tea experience even more special by adding a glass of Champagne. Private events at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate are tailored to suit each individual customer and their requirements. Our expert events team will be delighted to create a bespoke proposal for any enquiry you have. We look forward to helping you celebrate your special day.

With our highly trained chefs and waiting staff, we invite you to enjoy our range of dining experiences at the Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate.

Harbour Hotel & Dillisk on the Docks Bar & Restaurant

At the four-star Harbour Hotel in the heart of the city, we offer our guests something a little bit different, something a little bit special. From our unique and stylish rooms to our cutting-edge Dillisk on the Docks bar & restaurant, you’ll find everything you could possibly want at the Harbour.

Chefs across Ireland have been setting new standards in cooking for some time now and nowhere is this truer than in Galway City. We are delighted that our in-house award winning restaurant, Dillisk on the Docks Bar & Restaurant, is part of that movement pushing outstanding creativity in the kitchen. Our team have created a remarkable range of dishes, which celebrate all that is great about Irish food and Irish cooking.

Using the very best in fresh ingredients sourced from the finest local producers, they have come up with a range of dishes which are just superb. If you weren’t a foodie before eating at Dillisk, you will be afterward.

Our knowledgeable staff love the food and love the fact that it’s local and seasonal. They will be only too happy to talk you through the menu, so you can savour the very best modern cuisine. The Harbour Hotel is the ideal base to start your culinary journey in Galway. We are committed to creating a sustainable environment, and this forms and integral part in everything we do in terms of sourcing ingredients for our dishes to waste management

Kai

Kai Restaurant is nestled between the church and a gay bar down on Sea Road in Galway’s Westend. The building which was home to a florist before New Zealander Jess and Carlow’s Dave Murphy arrived over 12 years ago and transformed the space into what it is today, Kai.

Kai is the Maori word for food and in 2011 they opened the door with a simple formula — high-quality produce, preferably organic or wild, sourced locally and cooked intelligently.

Lunch is a casual service and we do not accept reservations for it. For Dinner, a reservation is essential and can be made over the phone or on their website.

The Galmont Hotel & Spa

This year, make it a trip to remember and enjoy our spacious bedrooms, our restaurants and bars, including the award-winning Marinas Restaurant, our casual dining spot Coopers and our stunning outdoor terrace with views of Lough Atalia, Galway and beyond.

If you need to relax, our Spirit One Spa is the perfect place to wind down while the kids play in our large heated 18m pool. We also have a sauna, jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub and state-of-the-art gym facilities.

For business travellers we offer comfortable rooms with a work desk and electronic safe, on-site meeting facilities and complimentary wifi throughout the hotel. 

The Galmont Hotel & Spa is the perfect choice when looking for hotels in Galway.

The Universal

Bar in Galway’s Westend serving locally sourced seasonal small plates, craft beers on tap, organic and natural wines, cocktails.

The Kings Head

Owned and run by the Grealish Family since the late 80s, this 800-year-old Pub is located in the heart of Galway City’s Latin Quarter and comprises a Pub, Bistro, and Live Venue over 3 floors.

The food at Kings Head is a celebration of the amazing ingredients that are on their doorstep. No surprise then that the menu features local seafood, lamb, beef and organic vegetables.

But it is in their dedication to the sea that the food at The Kings Head really comes to life, Crab Claws, Mussels, King Scallops, Oysters, award-winning Chowder, the catch of the day, Galway Hooker beer battered served with their signature chips (more on those later), and of course the now seasonal signature Lobster and Chips. The Chips at the King’s Head are fresh, hand cut and triple-cooked and are a stand-alone dish in themselves.

For over 20 years Head Chef Brendan Keane has led the kitchens at The Kings Head and he has, along with The Grealish Family, been a driving force in championing local produce and producers on their plates. Whether you’re sitting on a bar stool or in the Bistro, the food philosophy is the same – if it’s fresh local and in season, it goes on the menu! Using Local suppliers like Ali’s Fish Market, Sloe Hill Farm, Sliabh Aughty Honey, Friendly Farmer, Éamon Giblin Game, Kelly’s Oysters, Galway Bay Seafood and they even have their own Forager in Brian Gannon. Now how many pubs have their own forager?

At the bar at The Kings Head, you will find signature whiskeys, local gins, craft beers, cocktails, mocktails and creamy pints of stout.

The Kings Head now has it’s very own Craft Beer appropriately named Blood Red Ale, which is brewed locally by Galway Hooker in Oranmore. It’s a preservative-free, small-batch, traditional red ale which keeps its head, unlike a certain King!

With free Live Music every single night, Late Bars every weekend and a solid commitment to authentic local food and drinks.

Pizza Amore

The sister restaurant of pizza and pasta Napoli, Pizza Amore is a Neapolitan pizzeria with freshly made pizzas, high-quality Neapolitan products and Italian wine, with a variety of beers as well.

Pizza & Pasta Napoli

Authentic Italian cuisine, freshly made in-house by our team of Italian chefs. With numerous delicious pastas, appetizing starters and mouth-watering pizzas to choose from, you will taste the true essence and pride of Italian food at pizza and pasta Napoli

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