is the place
to go to in Galway for good food and good 'craic'. The later word
'craic' is an Irish expression meaning 'having an excellent time'.
The range of food and drink on offer is wide and varied. Being a
sea town Galway offers the freshest lobster and salmon, as well
as excellent meats from the surrounding rural areas.
in Ireland is synonymous with arts and literature. Kenny's Bookshop
and Art Gallery has a large selection of authors and rare prints
available for your perusal.
In the heart of Galway's Latin Quarter food is plenty and entertainment
often free. Many of the pubs and restaurants feature live music,
which makes jukeboxes a rarity.
the lively multicultural atmosphere it's not unusual to hear
the sounds of authentic Cajun music. Listen by clicking
to Ireland may notice the occasionally quirky and always delightful
shop windows. This barber's window is found at the end of Quay Street,
towards the direction of the harbor. Never before have Laurel and
Hardy been as well groomed...