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The Christmas get togethers are now needing to be plotted and planned out! Are you tasked with the party night out? If so, the team at John Keoghs have got you covered. As an award-winning Pub of The Year they can throw a party for 20 to 120 people.
One of the most successful refurbishments of the many we have seen in recent years here in Galway is undoubtedly that of John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper on Upper Dominick Street. This pub and restaurant opened in Galway’s West End in spring 2016, developed by Matt Hall, a Galway resident, as a sister venue to MacBride’s Bar in Westport, Co Mayo. The pub and restaurant take its name from a real character called John Keogh who really was the lock keeper of the adjacent Parkaveara canal lock on the Eglinton Canal in the middle to late 19th century.
John Keoghs – The Lock Keeper, on Dominick Street, has been named as Gastro Pub of the Year in Galway by the Restaurants Association of Ireland for 2019. It has been quite the year for this West End pub as it was also named as Pub of the Year by McKenna's Guide for 2019 in January.
In just two years, multiple national awards, and a core local customer base have combined to make John Keoghs – The Lock Keeper, one of Ireland's best loved gastro pubs and social get together destinations.
The annual homage to love, Valentines Day and the inevitable “what are your plans? If you’re single, the options are between hiding away and going out on the town, in a long-term relationship, well then its how do we reinvent the wheel this year, in a new relationship… it’s time to impress and if you happen to be all of the above on Feb 14th, there is the answer for you in Galway.
John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper, in Galway's West End has kicked off the winter season with three national award nominations and an award win.
John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper in Galway’s westend has been named as one of Ireland’s Top 20 gastro pubs. The westend eatery and bar was named as one of the top gastro pubs in Ireland by Lucinda O’Sullivan for the Sunday Independent.
Life down the West End has just got that little bit better with the introduction of the John Keoghs special dessert menu. Made in house each day, the desserts in this gastro pub keep drawing a sweet tooth in time and time again.
John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper in Galway’s West End is bringing back Sunday lunch. In the past few years, it has been all about brunch on the weekends, well now led by head chef Joe Flaherty, Sunday lunch has never tasted so good. “Having 20 years’ experience in the kitchen, I definitely have an understanding about what food people want to eat. The focus is on nonsense food with a mix of old school classic and bold innovative dishes,” Flaherty explained.
John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper in Galway’s West End, is bringing the highball signature cocktail menu to celebrate the summer and its first year on Dominick Street Upper.