Search Results for 'Bartending'

54 results found.

Dillisk BBQ'S & Party Packages

image preview

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.

The Prince Bar Cocktail Corner

image preview

Ingredients

John Keogh’s wins Pub of The Year

image preview

John Keogh's – The Lock Keeper on Dominick Street in Galway's Westend has been named as Pub of the Year by McKennas Guide for 2019. The award winning Westend gastro pub which will celebrate three years in business this summer is one of Galway's best loved pubs to share food, a quiet drink by the open fire, and of course it has become the private party location for people to get together to mark those special occasions.

Taylor’s Bar

image preview

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.

No need to stock up, the pubs are open after 90 years

Tomorrow, for the first time in nearly a century, Galwegians can join their fellow Irish citizens and, if they choose, head to the pub.

Galway’s best of the best

image preview

Back by popular demand, the new edition of Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide - The Best of the Best, the famous “glovebox bible”, is a highly selective, independently assessed guide to the very best of Irish food and hospitality.

John Keogh’s, where people get together in the West End

Being located in Galway’s West End means that the award-winning John Keogh's is located in one of Ireland’s Top 10 Foodie Destinations as awarded by the Restaurants Association of Ireland.

Survey shows importance of pub culture to tourists

The experience of an authentic Irish pub, a live trad session, and a taste of real Irish beer and whiskey are top of tourists’ to-do lists on their visit to Ireland, but the impact of Brexit and high alcohol excise tax will hamper drinks industry growth and with it the tourism sector.

Late opening and lots of live music at The Prince

The Prince Bar Athlone is now opening later, with even more live music on offer each weekend.

Exciting new renovations taking place at The Bridge House Hotel

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.

 

Page generated in 0.0426 seconds.