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Casually elegant, Brasserie on the Corner makes a lovely spot for a romantic date or a lively meal with your family and friends. Their farm to fork menu comprises of the region's bounty where only the freshest ingredients are used. This ranges from the seafood to meat, wine, beer and whiskeys. Offering something for everyone, their fare changes regularly but you can be sure of delicious food.
Colloquially known as the "Skeff", this is pub reflects the Irish tradition. The wooden interior and traditional decor contribute to the comfortable atmosphere. With six bar areas on different levels, The Skeff Bar is a great place to meet friends and enjoy a drink. It usually gets fairly crowded at weekends, so if you would rather sit than stand arrive early! On weekend nights there is a late bar with a DJ providing the tunes.
This elegantly decorated restaurant is located close to the railway and bus station in the heart of Galway. Booth seating creates an intimate atmosphere in the dining room. The contemporary cuisine served is of a consistently good standard and this restaurant has won the Bord Fáilte/Ballygowan award for excellence. A perusal of the menu yields such culinary delights as Dublin Bay Prawns Thermidor, Seared Carna Scallops Mornay, and Baked Dover Sole on the Bone. A full and varied wine list is also available to perfectly accompany your meal.
McDonagh's Seafood House is simply one of the best seafood restaurants in Ireland. Located in the old medieval section of the city, it's divided between an upmarket fish and chip shop and a seated restaurant. The seafood has been recognized with a range of awards and favourable reviews in the New York Times, Le Guide Du Routard and the Irish Press. The catch from the local fishermen is bought by McDonagh's, only hours after leaving the boat and the fresh smoked salmon is famous worldwide.
Celebrating the regional produce of the west of Ireland, especially Galway, Aniar Restaurant and Boutique Cookery School brings a fabulous gastronomic experience to diners. Everything on their menu is terroir based, which means all the ingredients are sourced from the local landscape - from farms, the coastline and wilderness areas. Their menu changes daily as it depends upon the availability of the ingredient. The cuisine is contemporary Irish fare and the result is sublime plates that are full of surprises. This acclaimed restaurant attached to a culinary school also serves artisan Irish wines and has more than 80 labels in their list. Reservations are highly recommended.
Located in Moycullen village, just 8 miles from Galway, White Gables is an attractive dining option. Natural stone walls and intimate lighting lends the dining room a cozy ambiance that is warm and inviting. The restaurant offers an a la carte selection of local favorites and tasting menus, including a variety of seafood dishes, steaks and decadent desserts. White Gables takes pride in serving dishes that are cooked to perfection using traditional recipes and methods for an authentic taste of local flavor. The restaurant is favored by locals and visitors alike, and boasts a strong following of regulars, so be sure to make a reservation.