An Tobar Nua — food for the moment and the mind

An Tobar Nua

An Tobar Nua

“It’s the great food and friendly staff that keep me coming back to An Tobar Nua,” say regular customers at the Lower Dominick St café and coffee shop. Food quality and customer satisfaction are high priorities at the popular Galway restaurant.

An Tobar Nua opened its doors in 1998 and is known for its excellent food, friendly service, and value-priced menu. Customers choose from a full range of made-fresh sandwiches, paninis, wraps, and rolls. A panini for €3.95, chicken rolls for €3.65, and a cup of soup and soda bread at €2.00 are mealtime favorites. The tastebud-pleasing vegetarian selection includes hummus and salad sandwiches, Tex-Mex favorites cheese quesadillas and bean burritos, pesto pizzas, and garden grilled panini. Budget-savvy meal deals, hot-off-the-grill burgers, chicken nuggets, and hot dogs, and breakfast favourites all satisfy the appetites of hungry diners.

Repeat customers return for An Tobar Nua’s most requested menu items—delicious homemade desserts and scones baked fresh on the premises. A full range of coffees, teas, specialty drinks, and creamy espresso chillers provide thirst-quenching refreshment any time of the day.

Locals and visitors alike are all welcome to enjoy the great atmosphere at An Tobar Nua café and coffee shop. Bring the family, meet a friend, or log on to free Wi-Fi. Relax in the canal room or atrium in the expanded facilities. The growing café nearly doubled its seating capacity when the canal-side addition opened. The extra seating offers customers a choice of ambience—the rustic, historic café, the canal side seating, or the soaring atrium.

Whether you are on the run or want to linger over a cup of exceptional coffee, stop in to An Tobar Nua cafe at 25/27 Lower Dominick St., open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am to 5 pm.

Next door to An Tobar Nua, shoppers will find the Bothar Emmaus bookshop. The Lower Dominick Street merchant supplies books by best-selling authors such as Peter Kreeft, Scott Hahn, and Henri Nouwen, and inspirational biographies such as Nicky Cruz, Immaculee Ilibagiza and Smith Wigglesworth. Looking for Bible resources? Check out Bothar Emmaus’ complete line of Bible commentaries and reference books, English Bibles (CTS, NRSV, New Jerusalem, NIV, NLT, and the Navarra Bible series ), foreign language Bibles, CDs of the whole Bible and the New Testament, including The Word of Promise with Jim Caviezel are now in stock.

Shop for children’s books, gift and jewellery items, greeting cards, and Irish-made gifts, and select from one of the largest collections of Christian music in Ireland. Specialty gifts are available for Christmas, First Communion, baptisms, and weddings. Knowledgeable bookshop staff can assist with special orders and book and gift suggestions. Call by Bothar Emmaus at 29 Lower Dominick St. to browse or to find that perfect gift for a special occasion. Shop hours are 10:30 am to 5 pm, Monday



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