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This pub is ideally situated for the traveler exploring the surrounding area. The main road in Kilcolgan village leads to Limerick. Off to the right is a road leading to the Burren. For anyone who dreams of the perfect Irish pub, this is as close as you get. Moran's is covered by a thatched roof and boasts a comfortable wooden interior. Riverside seating in the company of swans completes the idyllic experience. Renowned for its exceptional seafood, Willie the proprietor is a champion oyster opener, and awe-inspiring surroundings, Moran's is worth a visit.
An Cruiscin Lan is situated near the edge of the Gaeltacht region in the West of Ireland, providing a place for the visitor to relax before seeing the rest of scenic Connemara. Native Irish speakers tend to gather in this pub, as well as newcomers to the area who have come from abroad to learn the Irish language. The excellent pub lunches are very reasonably priced, and include meat, vegetarian and seafood dishes. An Cruiscin Lán also offer an excellent pint of Guinness.
This establishment is ideally situated for the traveler who's out and about visiting Coole Park or Thoor Ballylee. Joyce's is a lovely thatched pub and restaurant serving good home-cooked local cuisine including meat, seafood and poultry dishes. Bar food and snacks are also available. Outdoor seating is available on warmer days. Located in the quaint little village of Ardrahan, this bar is definitely worth a visit.
Raftery's is located approximately 18 kilometers from Galway city in the small, picturesque village of Craughwell. This award-winning restaurant has been run by the same family for years. It is also a favorite meeting place for the famous Galway Blazers Hunt, who are based nearby. House specialties include Irish Coffee, and the utterly divine smoked salmon on homemade brown bread. Musical entertainment is on offer most nights, usually featuring traditional Irish music. The staff are warm and welcoming and there is usually a good turf fire blazing away.
This is a genuine old Irish pub with a fine old stone floor and antiquated furnishings. It always has a friendly, warm atmosphere, further enhanced by the turf fires burning on colder days. In summer the billboard outside reads "Ceol Anocht" (Music Tonight) and certainly on most nights there is a lively session in progress, offering a good selection of traditional Irish music.