Ard Bia at Nimmo's, Galway City
With spectacular views of the gushing River Corrib at the mouth of Galway Bay Ard Bia offers the perfect lunch experience in Bohemian Galway City. We have been won over by their support of local suppliers for all ingredients.
Pier House Restaurant, Aran Islands
A sailing trip across Galway Bay can be hungry work. Located right on Inis Mór pier, it is an ideal spot for a seafood lunch to kick start your day exploring the largest of the Aran Islands during one of your guided tours of Ireland.
Kenny’s Bar, Lahinch
Come for the food and stay for the craic. Many a great night starts off with an innocent dinner in Kenny’s and continues into the small hours of the morning at this cozy village pub! Surfers, holiday makers and locals flock to Kenny’s for their mouthwatering steaks and burgers and live sessions out the back.
The Global Village, Dingle
The Global Village in Dingle is a very big treat to yourself on your tour of Ireland. The food is unforgettable and is a testament to the high standards of cuisine we have in Ireland. You will taste with your eyes as well as your mouth. Especially the trio of crab is a must during one of our guided tours of Ireland.
Quinlans Seafood Bar, Killarney
Get in line and queue up for simply delicious seafood. It is worth the wait! Quinlans is right in the heart of Killarney and a stone’s throw away from live entertainment in all the bars. A trip to Ireland is never complete without Fish and Chips.
Neachtain's, Galway City
You will be first taken in by the inviting blue and yellow exterior of Neachtain’s. This, coupled with the cosy snugs and great choices of beer and wine, will win you over. Neachtain’s has a great outdoor seating area on the busy bohemian streets of Galway. Talented buskers are never too far away so you can relax, enjoy a pint, listen to some music and watch the world go by.
The Oslo, Galway City
For all you craft beer enthusiasts, this is the pub for you. It is located in Salthill, meters away from the Promenade on Galway Bay. The Oslo is home to the Galway Bay Brewing Company. They also have a vast selection of craft beers from around the world. What they don’t have is not worth drinking! They bar staff are all beer enthusiasts. You can while away an afternoon tasting the offerings and indulge your inner beer snob! A favorite with the team of tours of Ireland.
Tigh Joe Watty, Aran Islands
This is one of the oldest pubs on Inishmore – The Aran Islands. They serve fantastic seafood straight from the Atlantic. Try the mussels after cycling from Dún Aenghus. It is the obvious stop before turning in for the night. Their motto is: When you drink at Tigh Wattys you drink with the locals. Guests have been known to pick up a word or two of Gaelic at this watering hole and one guest has even fallen in love with a Galway Girl!
The Cronin's Sheebeen, Westport Quay
After a challenging climb on Croagh Patrick, The Ole Sheebeen pub on Westport Quay is one of the most inviting watering holes. The staff and the delicious food is what makes this place special. Visit the Sheebeen once and you will not be forgotten. This is a great spot to strike up a conversation with the locals and learn a bit more about Westport and its surroundings.
Matt Molloy's, Westport Town
Staying in Westport, we cannot leave Matt Molloy’s pub off our list during one of our tours of Ireland. Come for a pint and stay for the craic. Matt Molloy’s is a great spot for attracting locals and tourists alike. With live traditional music playing every night it is not surprising that they always have a full house. The pub is located right in the middle of Westport Town. It would be a sin not to enjoy a tune and a drink during your stay with Tour Ireland.