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Biteclub - Streetfood Discotheque is the all in one party place to perfectly end a week with friends or colleagues. Set on the ground floor and rooftop of Electric, this space offers two distinct areas to enjoy. Focusing on inventive street food fare inspired from various global cuisines, the street level establishment is done up with with vintage and retro elements. Drop in here for breakfast to dinner or unwind over some craft cocktails. Head upstairs if you are in a party mode during the weekends. Replete with theme nights, DJ beats, fabulous food and drinks, and an area to dance, you can be sure of a lively time at this buzzing spot.
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.
Sally Longs is Galway's only authentic hard rock pub. The exterior is embellished with a life-sized mural of past and present guitar idols that has come to be a local landmark since the bar first opened in 1988. The interiors are in keeping with bar's hard rock inspired ethos, with a pool table and jukebox to keep things lively. If live rock gigs are your thing, then this is the place to be at over the weekend, when various local bands play to a full house.
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.
Situated within strolling distance of Eyre Square, this pub has been a student haunt for many years. The charming half thatched roof and whitewashed walls make for a picturesque exterior, while the interior feels like a comfortable old cottage with its low ceilings and stone floors. It gets fairly crowded in the late evening so go early to grab a seat.