Nestled under The Hardiman Hotel in Eyre Square, MacNeill’s is cosy and intimate, full of nooks and crannies, character & characters, warmth, and welcomes waiting to be explored.
Its charming interior, with its dark wood panelling, stained glass windows, and cosy nooks, exudes a timeless Irish pub ambiance. MacNeill’s has had many different identities over the centuries, O’Flaherty’s perhaps the most famous, but at all times it has been the favoured haunt for locals, travellers, and literary luminaries, earning its place in the annals of Galway’s social and cultural heritage.
A range of delicious hearty food served is served in MacNeill’s with our menu offering light bites too – ‘Irish Tapas’.
On Saturdays & Sundays why not come on in for a brunch with friends and you can even make it a bottomless brunch for 90 minutes for €29.99? (available Saturdays & Sundays from 12-4pm)
With live music on Fridays & Saturdays, warm hospitality, delicious hearty food and an extensive selection of beverages, MacNeill’s continues to be a cherished hub for those seeking a taste of Galway’s genuine and convivial spirit.
All photographs by the brilliant Daniel Gleeson.