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This happy group of people were photographed in Doherty’s Pub in Bohermore in the 1960s. Those in the back row are, left to right: Kevin Molloy, Luke Doherty, Mrs Doherty, Jim Tierney, and Tom Turley. Second row: Kevin Doherty also known as ‘Doc’, John “Texas” McDonald, Tom Redmond, Joe McGuire, Frank Reilly, Frankie Reilly junior, Tommy Cahill, and Jimmy Nally. In front are Frank Cassidy, Water Lane (with the pint glass), Joe Fagan with the darts, and Jimmy Connolly.
The Forge has long been known as a convenient stop off for visitors on the way to or coming back from Connemara, and it is just as popular with the local residents. The relaxed, cosy, atmosphere and welcoming local staff ensures it enjoys a large share of repeat custom, keeping it busy through the winter months.
Breathnach's Bar & Restaurant is a very popular and long established seven day residential licensed premises in the centre of Oughterard town which has now come to the market through Mullery auctioneers.
Local Fine Gael councillor John Dolan has called on the local authority to apply for a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for O’Neill’s pub site on Mardyke Street.
A newly developed pub and restaurant called John Keogh’s – The Lock Keeper has opened in the heart of Galway in the city’s west-end. The new gastropub was developed by Matt Hall, a Galway resident who also owns MacBride’s Bar in Westport.
There has been an exciting new addition to the night time entertainment offering in Woodquay with the arrival of Foley's Hop House.
Eyre Square has undergone a metamorphosis in recent times. Before where dining options were few and far between, now there is an embarrassment of riches. At the station-end visit Jungle Cafe to sample some excellent Badger and Dodo coffee, the Gaslight at the Meyrick is always a pleasure, or An Pucán, always the craic. At the opposite end of the Square we have Cafe Express with stuffed sandwiches and thick crust pizzas, and Eyre Street Steakhouse for possibly the best wings in Galway. Poppyseed and many other dependable cafes have sprung up around Eyre Street providing all sorts of diverse lunch and dinner menus and light snacks. Elsewhere around the Square, Petit Pois does casual French bistro with charm and you can even have a Michelin Star experience in the area by popping into Loam.
Killeens Bar Shannonbridge is a famous and totally remarkable pub on the banks of the river Shannon, just a five minute stroll from the pier in Shannonbridge, County Offaly.