Street in Galway is a charming street with craft shops, restaurants,
pubs and antiques. In this view Quay Street is straight ahead with
Naughton's pub and a coffee shop in the shaded area on the right.
You might find yourself listening
to the music of a banjo or guitar whilst you are sitting supping quietly
on a pint or two of Guinness®. Wafting down the street
on this particular day came these wonderful sounds from a tin whistle,
playing 'The Sailors Hornpipe'.
To listen please click
right a street leads to the 'Design Concourse Ireland', which offers
fine Irish jewellery, clothing and furniture. Exhibitions are also
held at regular intervals.
is an Antiques collectors haven. Many items in differing price ranges
are on offer.
a short space of time Busker Brownes Restaurant has made a name
for itself for its charming atmosphere and excellent food.
further ahead we see St. Patrick's school. On the corner on the
right is the Dew Drop Inn which we saw on the previous page.
back, past the bookmaker we come to 'The Frontdoor' where the customers
like to grab a chair to spot the local talent. This is a popular
pastime with the male population and if you don't know the expression
- grab a pint and ask them...
moving past 'The Framemaker' at No. 10 until you reach the intersection
to turn right into Quaystreet.