Best Pubs for Stag Weekend in Galway
Galway is hotbed to a vibrant nightlife. Let’s start with traditional pubs, then to modern bars. Well, Galway has all that. Indeed, there’s no need to worry when you’re on Galway for your stag weekend. Check our below list for Galway’s best pub for a stag weekend. For complete and detailed stag packages, visit Stagit’s package deals. https://www.stagit.ie/articles/stag-party-in-galway/
Taaffes Bar is located in the Latin Quarter on Shop Street and is widely famous for its traditional music session. This bar is also known for showing GAA games – traditional Irish sports including hurling and Gaelic football. Apart from serving a brilliant pint of Guinness, Taaffes also serves breakfast and lunch.
Check this pub while you’re on your Galway stag weekend.
One of Galway’s cosiest and old-style pubs, Tig Coili is a place for the stags to enjoy live music sessions. The charming pub is decorated with photos of the visiting musicians who have stopped in to play a few songs inside the hallowed pub walls.
Guests come over this place for music rather than the typical wild night. You should never miss out this must-visit place.
O’Connell’s Bar is at the heart of Galway city and on the east of Eye Square. It is tagged as the best beer garden in the city and you should visit this pub on your Galway stag weekend.
Expect large crowds especially on Friday and Saturday nights, as there is live music in the beer garden and the outdoor bar opens to serve the crowds.
The stags will surely enjoy the lively atmosphere and a large selection of drinks both during the week and on the weekend.
Located in the middle of Quay Street, the Quays Pub is the perfect spot if the stags are in search of live music or great food in a lively environment.
The Quays Bar is a well-known music venue with two floors playing music every night of the week. It also serves food from 12 in the afternoon and an a la carte menu in the evening.