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O’Connell’s bar is located in the heart of Galway city in Eyre Square. A traditional Irish bar which was originally a grocery store and small bar, and it still has most of its original features and decor. O' Connells is one of Galway's oldest bars...more
Really cool decor, superb selection of craft and mainstream beers. Staff are friendly and fast service. There's a really cool partially covered beer garden out the back, loads of space and one of the best I've seen. As it's partly covered its good even when...More
As an Irish Guinness drinker, this Pub has the best pint in the City. So for those of you visiting from foreign countries and care to taste a great Guinness, pop in to O'Connell's!
I stop in here more often than not when I choose...More
My parents and I got caught in a downpour and happened to be beside O’Connell’s. We’re so glad we popped in for what should have been for a quick pint. We ended up staying for a few hours. The bartenders were very friendly and were...More
Myself and a group of friends went here yesterday evening around 8pm with the intention of getting dough bros and a drink. When we approached the door the security asked us all for id . We all range from 22-26. One of the members of...More
had a few beers in here and found it to be a very friendly place, good bar staff always willing to chat, clean and well looked after decor, big garden out the back, usual selection of beers, ok prices, would come back again
I was so sad to leave this beautiful place yesterday that early because of coming back to Limerick. This pub has a lovely beer garden which makes you want to stay for good beer session! I’ve seen some delicious looking pizzas on different tables as...More
I'm overjoyed to see (finally) biodegrade paper straws in a local pub! This makes such a difference to our environment, plastic straws are often used for 10 mins, and take almost 400 years to decompose! Genuinely fantastic to see a wonderful pub to take the...More