The Crane Bar
Located in Galway's Westend, The Crane is a premier traditional music venue and the launching pad for many well-known Irish bands and singers. Catch the live music on a nightly basis in this old fashioned Irish pub.
Tigh Neachtain BarFound in the heart of medieval Galway this pub is housed in the building which used to be the house of famous politician and animal rights activist Richard Martin, known as Humanity Dick. The bar itself has its own long and varied history.
Tig CoiliThe best pub in the centre of town to catch some live traditional music. Draws a mix of locals and tourists, and has a small seated smoking section out front on the pedestrian street, and the Galway pub chosen for Prince William's Royal visit back in 2020.
TaaffesAnother unmissable venue for live traditional music, with 2 sessions each evening. Plus a great spot for a full Irish Breakfast or a light lunch.
Front Door & Sonnys Bar and Restaurant
The Front Door Pub is a large but intimate premise accessible from both High Street and Cross Street in the centre of Galway City's Latin Quarter
. This historic pub has been tastefully decorated with dark wood, textured walls and stained glass.
McGinns Hop HouseJust around the corner from the hostel, this popular venue serves the best stone baled pizza in town and a fine selection of craft beers. They also have some exclusive deals and discounts for Sleepzone guests, ask at Reception!
The Quays Bar
For nearly 400 years, The Quays Bar has been providing Galwegians and visitors alike with great food and drink as well as live music. This historic establishment is located in the heart of Galway City
The Skeff Bar & Kitchen
The Skeff Bar & Kitchen is a busy city centre gastro pub located in the heart of Eyre Square in Galway city. They also have a number of screens for sporting events.
The Kings Head Bar
A very historic building located in Galway City, the Kings Head Bar provides great food, drink, music and sport.
McSwiggan's Restaurant, Pub and Cafe Bar
McSwiggan's Restaurant, Pub and Café Bar is located in Galway City Centre. The combination of pub and restaurant creates a unique atmosphere and attracts eclectic clientele. It is an excellent choice for an after-work drink.
McDonagh's Seafood House
A family-run restaurant for four generations, McDonagh's Seafood House in Galway City serves up a range of quality seafood, from Clarenbridge oyster to salmon and crab. There is also a Fish & Chips Bar.
Ard Bia at Nimmos
Located in Galway City, Ard Bia at Nimmos Restaurant is a charming locale where guests can enjoy diverse cuisine, such as Irish, New Zealand and Middle Eastern dishes. It includes a cafe, restaurant and wine bar.