Looking for a great night out? Look no further than Galway city. With a huge range of bars and nightclubs to choose from, you're guaranteed to have a great night out.
The Skeff Bar is located on Eyre Square in the heart of Galway city since 1850. It has 6 bars across 5 different floors. It has a 10 foot screen in its sports bar on its 3rd floor, an extensive cocktail bar on its 5th floor and a whiskey vault with over 200 whiskeys on their 1st floor.
They provide music and DJ’s and has a late license 7 days a week for all to experience.
The Kings Head
The Kings Head is located on High Street and has been for over 800 years. Research shows the building has been in existence since the 13th century. The Kings Head has it all from food to drink with comedy and music thrown in too. Tommy Tiernan for the past number of years has used The Kings Head as a venue to try out his new comedy material.
The Point Bar
The Point Bar in Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway is a lively spot, full of atmosphere and is a busy hub of activity throughout the day. Its central location is perfect to meet for some food or tempting treats before venturing into the city for a concert, show or indeed some shopping. The Point Bar caters for casual dining, lunch, evening bar food and you can also enjoy live coverage of popular sports and events on our big screen.
Located on Cross Street Upper in a building with history over 400 years old, Busker Browne’s is a versatile place to spend your night with 3 bars over 3 floors with food and drink served. Upstairs is in-depth with history with high ceilings, stone walls and leaded windows.
Food is served daily and live music is on Thursday to Monday with a DJ every Saturday night. It is a popular party venue with room to dance on the bottom floor and place to chat with friends in cosy booths or at tables.
The Front Door
Located across two streets on Cross Street and High Street, The Front door incorporates 2 pubs in 1 with Sonny Molloy’s Whiskey Bar on High Street. The Front Door is an iconic and popular pub in Galway city. It hosts 5 bars across 2 floors with many hidden cosy alcoves. Decorated with dark wood, stained glass and open fires, The Front Door is a warm, cosy and relaxed place to have a quiet pint to the front of the pub while being full of energy for people looking for a fun night out to the back of the pub and upstairs.
It has an extensive menu served daily with traditional Irish dishes and many pasta and international dishes too. It has music across the 7 nights from bands to DJs and has a late license until 2am each night. When it comes to drink it has a full range of cocktails and whiskeys. It has large HD TVs throughout, making it the perfect place to watch any sporting game.
Located on Foster Street, An Púcán serves food and drink and is a perfect set for live music sessions. It hosts 2 bars, a large beer garden,2 smoking areas and live music daily. Each evening, An Púcán has well known traditional Irish musicians and live cover bands every Friday and Saturday night, with a DJ on every Saturday night until late.
Closely located to Connacht Rugby sportsground, An Púcán is an ideal place for any avid rugby fan to warm up before a game or escape that cold and watch the game on one of their HD TVs followed by a place to celebrate a glorious win.
The easy- going and popular haut, Bierhaus is located in the west end of Galway city on Henry Street. It has bar wood décor with an open fire and has 20 beers on tap with over 60 craft beers on offer. During the week it has a calm and relaxed atmosphere, the ideal place for a quiet pint or a catch up with a friend. At weekends it has lively and fun atmosphere perfect for a lads or girly night out.
Popular with the ladies is their American style cocktails with tasty cocktails to suit all palettes. It is a quirky place to start any night out.
Tribeton brings the hipster element to Galway city with its chic and contemporary feel. Located on Merchants road it is away from the hustle and bustle of the city folk. Tribeton has an industrial design with art décor, vintage lighting and antique mirrors with a relaxed vibe and natural light during that day with rhythmic music and an electric atmosphere at night.
Food is served all day throughout the week. Prosecco is served with brunch at weekends from 10am to 4pm. Tribeton is popular with its extensive drinks menu with a cocktail menu designed by their in house mixologist.
The Dáil Bar
Located on Middle Street, The Dáil bar is the perfect place to begin or end any night out. During the day relax and enjoy the friendly atmosphere and warm yourself up with something from their menu. At night enjoy the live music as part of a party or with some friends and try out their famous cocktails. From Sunday to Thursday enjoy live music and a late licence up until 2am on Thursday to Sunday.
Seven Bar and Restaurant
Located on Bridge Street, Seven Bar and Restaurant is a new bar to Galway that brings food, drink and live music together in one venue. It has a contemporary design with contrasting areas across the 3 bars. Live entertainment is provided 4 nights a week by some of Ireland’s top bands and DJs. Food is served daily.
Seven bar and Restaurant has an extensive and exclusive cocktail menu that has something for everyone’s taste buds. Live sports are shown each evening on their eight large HD televisions and one 2.7metre diagonal projector over their 3 bars.
Mc Gettigans is located on Prospect Hill on Eyre Square in the heart of the city. Opened from 11am daily; lunch and dinner options are served. It also serves signature crafted cocktails, a treat to all who try. Mc Gettigans host a unique interior with the library and garden area decorated with indoor trees.
Their bar is raised and is positioned in the centre of the ground floor. Top sports are shown on their HD TVs daily across the 7 days with music sessions on the menu also.
Electric Garden is located on Abbeygate Street Upper, Galway. It consists of four rooms, Electric Theatre, The Factory, The Garden and The Glasshouse. Electric theatre is a bohemian ballroom and party space for local party go-ers, musicians, performers and DJs to drink, dance and party.
It has had various dance acts including 2 many DJs and Tiga. In the Factory it brings the underground and provides a space for people to experience a programme of art, music, design, foo and film. The Glasshouse is the in-house cocktail bar that has a unique bohemian environment and creates a cocktail menu of delicious cocktails using local and raw ingredients. The Garden is located upstairs in the nightclub and is a chilled out area with room to dance.
Halo is the upmarket sophisticated sister of Electric Garden nightclub and is located Abbeygate Street Upper, Galway. Open on Friday and Saturday nights until 2am, it is aimed at an older audience of over 23s. It is a perfect for couples or groups who are in Galway for the weekend and want a more sophisticated night out with an older crowd.
Karma nightclub is a premium nightclub located on Eyre Square. It is a part of the Skeff bar. It is a popular club for student nights Monday to Thursday and its service industry night each Sunday. Spread across 2 floors with 2 dancefloors and 3 bars, it has a broad mix of different music to suit all tastes. It has many event nights with different popular DJs performing during the week and at weekends.
Located on Eglinton St, Galway, Carbon Nightclub is popular with students and people in their young 20’s. Open 7 nights a week until 2am, it is the perfect place for younger visitors to Galway City to end their night. It is an entertainment venue and is famous for its student nights out and its top DJs that come to play at the club.