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New ideas need to be debated on how to allow bars and restaurants re-open, and the only way this can be done is through the establishment of a city business forum.
Enjoy a vibrant and lively atmosphere, teamed with inviting surroundings, house DJ, rustic décor and mouth-watering menus this summer. Dillisk on the Docks is perfect for your next BBQ or party in Galway with an inviting bar and restaurant, dedicated outdoor heated garden, social seating and sharing tables.
Galway is known for many things — arts, culture, and its vibrant food scene holding its own on the international stage. We have enjoyed the benefits of this burgeoning foodie paradise for a few years now, with new places to eat springing up all around the city. Not to be outdone, there has been an explosion in the bar scene also. Throngs of bars line almost every street in the city, from traditional to exotic to the hidden gems only the locals know about. If you’re looking for the best Galway bars you certainly have a lot to choose from.
The Meyrick has long had a special place in the hearts of the people of Galway. Known as the Railway Hotel when it opened in 1852, and later as the Great Southern Hotel, this stately showpiece looms large over Eyre Square. In 2006 it was renamed the Hotel Meyrick in order to maintain a link to its historical background, as Eyre Square was once named Meyrick Square. The hotel then underwent a refurbishment programme intended to reinstate the grandeur and elegance of its 19th century heyday, marble flooring, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich fabrics all contribute to re-creating the grandeur of old.
This late 19th century building in Upper Dominick Street was originally a grocery and a pub owned by a family of O’Connells. They used to stable horses out the back. When they sold it, they moved to Dublin where one of them was unfortunately murdered. The pub was taken over by a Mr Cosgrave.
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The Prince Bar Athlone is now opening later, with even more live music on offer each weekend.
The Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, in the heart of the Midlands, is to renovate its main bar, which is set to transform the area into one of Ireland’s top eateries and entertainment venues.
It has been a great summer of live music at The Prince Bar with some really top musicians taking to the stage and providing the entertainment.
Athlone’s own Sean’s Bar has received a glowing endorsement by making it onto Lonely Planet’s list of the 25 “most incredible” bars in the world.