The motto of 37 West is “Healthy is the New Sexy” which is proving to be a successful offering for this restaurant situated opposite the entrance to Galway University. This reasonably priced restaurant has made a number of promises on what customers can expect of their food.<br/><br/>
They promise to never serve pasta with tomato sauce out of a jar, to use as many yummy veggies as they can get their hands on and to flexible with dishes to make them vegetarian friendly. They promise to make their own Gluten Free bread and source freshly prepared Gluten Free Cakes. <br/><br/>
In general they promise to make your belly so excited with their healthy foods and make you feel you are not missing out. <br/><br/>
Shortly after opening, 37 West in Newcastle ihas quickly established itself as the place to eat for breakfast, brunch, lunch or just to grab a coffee and a tasty healthy treat. The brainchild of business woman Gill Carroll, 37 west was born out a vision and dream of a woman who had worked in hospitality and retail for over 10 years but wanted to forge her own path and express her personality through healthy food.
Ard Bia at Nimmo's enjoys one of Galway's most beautiful locations in a intimate upstairs room with lovely views of the river, at the Spanish Arch, one of Galway most famous landmarks, and a downstairs cafe serving more casual fare. The ever-changing Irish/Moroccan/North African menu blows you away with eclectic dishes like the Gubeen antipasto dish. The unique decor is chic modern and is made fabulous with original artworks and vibrant colours throughout. Ard Bia's is a happening, well run restaurant with great food and service.
Cookes Restaurant and Wine Bar is warm, cosy and popular restaurant in the centre of Galway City. It is housed in a restored medieval building and can cater for large groups and corporate parties . The extensive menu will suit most palates, with a great selection of wines from around the world. Fish dishes are a specialty and the price range is moderate.
This warm and homely traditional pub
overlooking Galway's busy docks
has a long and rich history and was once
home to well-known Irish writer, Padraic
The decor is rustic with exposed brick
and reclaimed boards a strong feature
giving it the feel of a tavern from years
gone by. The drinks selection, however,
is thoroughly modem with a wide
selection of Irish and world craft beers
and ciders (many available on draught)
or you can enjoy a refeshing pitcher of
Dock No. 1 also serves gourmet pub
grub from Monday to Saturday. Nibbles
like baked camembert and bites like
creamy Atlantic seafood chowder can
fill a space while there is a selection of
sambos and salads room. For something
more substantial, enjoy fish pie, lamb
sliders, Colleran's beef and Guinness
casserole and much more.
Dock No. 1 has become a name not only
synonymous with great live
music and entertainment but with polite
and professional service from the staff
too, who are always ready to make a
recommendation from the menu.
Druid Lane Retaurant is located in the mediaeval area of Galway. The building itself dates back to 1663 when it was owned by Charles II. The original stone work has been preserved, as has the 16th-century fireplace. Now a cosy restaurant with seating for 30 people, the Druid Lane offers good continental and Irish cusine.
Open since 1925 McCambridge's of
Galway is a gourmand's delight.
It is a wonderful mix of select
grocer, coffee shop, deli and off-licence
downstairs and a beautiful casual
restaurant upstairs. The shop prides
itself on providing the best of Irish and
international cheeses, meats, and organic
The take -away sandwich bar is a
busy hub of activity, where sandwiches
are custom made to order. The coffee
bar has great views out onto the main
pedestrianised street, or you can sit in
the outside seating and watch the world
Some of the specialities of this
shop include Irish jams and preserves,
chutneys, the best of Irish chocolates and
confectionary. The award -winning offlicence
selection features boutique wines
and whiskies, which are a specialty here,
along with the widest range of Irish and
Scotch whiskies in the west of Ireland.
McCambridge's also does wonderful
hampers for all occasions and can
custom make a hamper to your specific
To top it all, their cafe/restaurant
upstairs from the shop uses the finest
local ingredients to produce a range of
modern Irish dishes, with Mediterranean
Nimmos Restaurant offers a myriad of rustic Irish, New Zealand and middle Eastern cuisine, with dishes to delight every palate, from seasonal meats to fresh fish complimented by local artisan produce. Located by the Spanish Arch on the river Corrib this beautiful building is complimented by the contemporary interior of soft creamy walls, warm wood paneling and authentic eclectic furniture.
From its extensive wine list, right down to its freshly-made desserts, Rouge Restaurant is a taste of France in the heart of Galway City. And, with a two-course meal from just €19, it may also be the best value in town. Located on Dominick Street, Rouge takes food orders until midnight. It is the perfect place to retire after a late show – maybe for a coffee, a glass of wine, or a cheese platter.<br/><br/>Phone: 091 530681
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Cliffs of Moher & The Burren Day Tour
The unmissable Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour with Lally Tours includes up to 2 hours at the cliffs and includes stops at the lunar-like Burren region, Dunguaire Castle, Aillwee Caves & Birds of Prey Centre and the charming village of Doolin overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Cliffs of Moher Express Bus
A Non-Stop Express Shuttle Service to the Cliffs of Moher with Lally Tours. Experience Ireland’s natural, mysterious, 214m (702 ft) high cliffs and interactive visitor centre. You’ll have 2 full hours to explore on your own before heading back to Galway.
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Explore Galway with one of Lally Tours' friendly guides to learn about this colourful city and see it from the best vantage point: an open top bus! You’ll see everything from medieval walls in the city centre to the sandy beaches of Salthill. Hop on and off as much as you’d like and your ticket is valid for 24 hours.