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In an atmospheric stone building near the landmark Spanish Arch, Ard Bia, which is Gaelic for “high food,” endures as one of Galway’s hottest restaurants Full review →
This compact waterside stone warehouse, with bare wooden floors and quirky art on the walls, is an atmospheric café by day, ideal for a casual meal featuring local artisan food. Full review →
Buzzy, bohemian restaurant where tables occupy every nook and cranny. Full review →
This cozy, casual room turns out Galway's best local food, with global flourishes; house made ice creams are not to be missed. Full review →