My wife and I were in Galway on vacation from the U.S. and found out the hard way that the pubs in the city stop serving food relatively early, around nine o'clock, I think. It was still light out in May at that time, so we were caught off guard when we looked for a dinner spot. We were fortunate to find Artisan, a restaurant above Tig Neachtain's pub. Up a long flight of stairs into a well-decorated dining area with a large bar. They were kind enough to seat us without reservations. I had the seafood chowder and my wife had a goat cheese tart. Both were wonderful and came with a nice assortment of bread. Artisan has a very good selection of wines. Although a bit noisy due to the closeness of the seating, but overall, a very enjoyable experience. Highly recommended, especially for later dining. Suggest reservations if a particular day and time is important.
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