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Naughton's Pub (Tigh Neachtain)

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Naughton's Pub (Tigh Neachtain)

155 Reviews
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james m wrote a review Oct 2020
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Sexist staff, will not return, especially blonde haired female staff member, really drove away customers
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Gary W wrote a review Sep 2020
Dublin, Ireland1,808 contributions369 helpful votes
My first time in Galway city and we stopped here for lunch. Seating was outside. It was a sunny day and perfect weather for this. The woman in charge of seating everyone was excellent at her job. All the staff were lovely. My lamb flatbread was delicious. We all enjoyed our lunch here.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Michael M wrote a review Aug 2020
York, United Kingdom200 contributions7 helpful votes
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Tigh Neachtain, located on the corner of Cross Street and Quay Street is an institution in the City. This is the former home of prominent animal rights activist and parliamentarian, Richard Martin, and since 1894, is has been a key watering hole and meeting place in the city. Normally it is packed both inside and outside but as I passed by early lunch hour I grabbed a seat at vacant table and took in the surroundings and perused the menu. COVID precautions were in place and seats being sanitised. The menu was tempting but the obvious choice was the much-praised seafood chowder. The clientele was diverse indeed with a wide range of accents. The chowder came with the wonderful in Irish brown bread – the broth was packed with pieces of fresh seafood, but unfortunately it was quite lukewarm. Prior to the pandemic this was a vibrant music pub in the very compact but colourful bar, with its tiny rooms and snugs in this historical building. A wonderful place in the heart of Galway City to enjoy the sun, to relax, and do some people watching.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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padraig f wrote a review Aug 2020
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Ordered coffees and cheesecakes in July 2020; Shocked at the bill showing cheesecakes priced at €8.50 (they arrived 20 minutes after the coffees). Prices like this give the hospitality industry in Ireland a bad name. There was no price display for the dessert menu otherwise I would have passed on it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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judytherese wrote a review Mar 2020
hunter valley nsw351 contributions24 helpful votes
Had a great time here on our visit to Galway. Went for lunch the first time, fabulous Chowder & realised they had a Restaurant upstairs .. The Kasbah, dinner was amazing. Best meal we had in Ireland. I think the best part was meeting the locals. That’s what we really love when we travel Great friendly staff, we felt like old friends by the end of our visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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