New pub for Quay Street

There’s a new-look, new-feel pub in town, and it’s about as Galway as you can get.

M. Fitzgerald’s is the newest bar in town where you can enjoy live music, fantastic food and drink, but also enjoy a traditional Irish ambience with a dash of divilment.

M. Fitzgerald’s may be found where Kirwan’s Lane meets Quay Street in the cultural heart of the city, where 1520 Bar used to be. With their doors now open, M. Fitzgerald’s is inviting people to enjoy the unique charm of this Galway spot where they know their soakage as well as their sippage.

M. Fitzgerald’s aims to feel like a second home where you can expect a warm welcome, delicious meal, a hot whiskey, and more. Plus, with live music seven nights a week, it is sure to get you up and moving. After all, there’s surely nothing better than a proper session with talented musicians.

The menu includes traditional options like fish and chips, beef and Guinness stew, creamy mash, and steamed veg just like granny used to make. It also offers contemporary classics, like gourmet burgers and a butter chicken curry.

With a trad feel, this is the place for a stiff drop of whiskey, a freshly poured pint of stout, or a refreshing beer. If you are looking to push the boat out and try something different, Fitzgerald’s has handcrafted cocktails in its Penny Bar, with a dash of contemporary comfort.

M. Fitzgerald’s promises craic, ceol, agus ól, where all visitors can enjoy living like a local.

 

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