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Róisín Dubh

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July 07, 2019
There's always something going on, be it comedy, music, disco, cabaret or other gigs. You'll never be bored, just check their programme.
June 28, 2019
This well-known Galway pub is a real hub for live music and comedy and always has a great atmosphere.
February 15, 2019
Latenight bar which regularly has live gigs.
July 28, 2018
Music venue, great lively atmosphere, live music gigs, check out their website.
May 25, 2018
great alternative music venue

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Historic Site
“The Spanish Arch is one of the oldest parts of Galway City, and was once used as a docking area for Spanish traders and ships in the 17th and 18th centuries, which is where it gets its namesake. Walking through the Arch, you’ll be able to walk one of Galway’s most famous promenades, the Long Walk. It’s one of Galway’s best-known sites, and one of the best places for enjoying the evening sun in the summer. (Be warned though, it's not really a long walk!) If you're interested in history and have a little time to spend, you could also pop into Galway City Museum which is just off to the left when you pass under the Spanish Arch. It has a broad range, showing exhibits based on periods such as Ancient Roman Civilization, World War I and, of course, local Irish history, among many others. Spread across three floors, many of the exhibits are highly interactive, so it's great for families, and make sure to check out the lovely views from the top floor. On top of all of that, entrance is free! If you're feeling a bit hungry after all the sight-seeing, there are some great places to eat close by. The Kitchen, located in the museum, is fantastic for brunch or even just for a coffee, and Ard Bia, which sits on the water just in front of the Spanish Arch, is one of the most unique restaurants in Galway City; we'd recommend everything they serve in there! If you feel like something a little more oriental, you can choose from Thai Garden Galway, or Lime. Lime has quite an extensive menu for vegans and vegetarians, and specialise moreso in Asian Fusion, whereas Thai Garden can provide you with some authentic Thai food in a gorgeous setting. ”
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“Live music 7 days a week! Just sayin'... And you can even eat there during the day, check out the Atlantic prawns or the Galway bay mussels served with homemade brown bread. ”
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9 Dominick Street Upper
Galway, County Galway
Téléphone+353 91 586 540
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