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@ GJF18

Where to eat and drink @ GJF18

Michelin starred Aniar is a terroir based restaurant located in Galway's West End where. The natural course of the seasons dictates the ever-changing and evolving menu.

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Blending exotic bites, inventive boozy cocktails and club vibes in a laid-back market-style atmosphere.Our food is a world-inspired take on street food with influences ranging from Mexican, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and beyond.

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Presenting a simple but extremely tasty food menu bursting with quality local ingredients and serving a comprehensive selection of world wines by the glass or the bottle.

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In a warm and intimate atmosphere in the heart of Salthill, the Black Cat specialises in serving high quality locally-sourced food in a tapas style with an international wine list for perfect pairing.

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With 20 beers on tap, over 60 craft beers available and possibly the best hot dogs in Ireland, the Bierhaus, snuggled in the bosom of Galway's West End has long since become a favourite with locals and visitors alike

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Situated on Middle Street in Galway city, the award-winning Cava Bodega showcases the very best of Spanish food and wine, in particular the global phenomena of tapas.

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Coffeewerk & Press is a space created to showcase the overlap between Irish and international art and design with the perfect cup of coffee!

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Season permitting we grow as much of our own produce as possible on our ever expanding farm located in Moycullen. At peak growing season our greens & eggs have a 'plot to plate' time of minutes. Our menus are inspired by the Scandanavian style of eating with an Irish twist.

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The Dough Bros is a contemporary take on the traditional wood fired pizzerias found in Naples, but with a Galway twist. The fundamentals i.e '00' Flour, San Marzano Tomato and Buffalo Mozzarella are imported form Naples, Italy. The rest of the ingredients are got from the best local suppliers that the people of Galway are blessed to have right on their doorstep

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Brewing the freshest IPA's, the most robust of stouts and innovative sour beers, we'll find you your new favourite beer!

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The Gourmet Tart Co is a producer of the finest high-quality artisan food in Galway, with five bakery / delicatessens and a restaurant.

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We are passionate about everything Italian and use the best of Irish produce, local producers and the best exports the Italian peninsula has to offer.

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David and Jessica Murphy are the proud owners of Kai Café and Restaurant. The couples joint performance in the kitchen and on the floor promises a memorable dining experience to every customer young and old.

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You will be served amazing, taste-tingling grub and stunning coffee at The Kitchen Café located at Galway City Museum overlooking to the iconic Spanish Arch and some of the finest remains of Galway's Medieval Wall.

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Loam is a Michelin-starred restaurant and wine bar located just off Eyre Square in Galway city. It first opened its doors in November 2014 and is owned and run by Head Chef Enda McEvoy - voted Best Chef in Ireland at the 2016 Irish Restaurant Awards.

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Massimo Bar is in the heart of Galway's West End, Galway's best end! Open 7 days a week serving the best in craft beers, gins and whiskeys. Our food: the best in Gastropub classics, mouth watering tacos and vegan dishes so delicious you won't miss the meat.

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Situated in the heart of Galway's West End, this authentic Italian restaurant serves a wide range of pasta and pizza options as well as probably the best Parmagiana in Ireland!

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Pálás is a new three screen arthouse cinema and cultural space in the UNESCO city of film- Galway.

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The Salthouse Bar is a rare find in a major city. With over 120 bottled craft beers from right around the world. Whether it's IPA or Rauchbier we have it covered. 21 Taps of which at least 6 rotate, and a cask engine which pours a new real ale every week! All this in a typical Irish setting; small, cosy pub, perched on Raven Terrace over looking The Claddagh.

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Sit in this quiet and cosy space with a glass of wine and simple plate of cheeses or cured meats and enjoy the beautiful view onto St Nicholas's Square

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Tartare is a new café and wine bar located on lower Dominick Street in Galway's Westend. It brings together the best new trends and thinking behind food, coffee and wine.

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Beloved of Galwegians since 1894. Great food and drink, and possibly the best people-watching spot in town bang slap in the middle of town!

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Vegetarian and vegan food prepared with ethics and care. We have build up strong relationships with local farmers over the past decade, most of our herbs, salads and spuds are grown locally in Galway.

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Bar and kitchen. 9 William St West. Galway. 12 Irish craft beers on tap. Large selection of Irish gin.

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We are a small independant speciality coffee shop in Galways Westend. We opened in March 2014, our main aim to bring a new choice of coffees & a choice of brew methods to Galways coffee lovers.

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We serve healthy, wel-balanced and homemade fresh dishes locally sourced and cooked in Japanese traditional way.

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