Dáil Bar

Late bar Wednesday to Sunday open until 2am




Located at the corner of Cross street and Middle street, the Dáil Bar opened its doors in November 2008. Although it bears the same name as the bar in Ireland's House of parliament, the reason for the name is because "Dáil" translated means  a place where people meet to discuss, debate and talk. The Pub is part of a Galway Pub group including the Front Door and Tom Sheridans in Knocknacarra. The link between the pubs is easy to identify  with the decor following the trend of dark wood and ornate detailed decoration throughout the pub. This pub was previously known as Ti na Nog and the transformation was comprehensive. As well as being totally refurbished and redesigned inside, a very comfortable smoking area has been added upstairs alongside the upstairs bar now known as the Liquor Lounge.

The clientele are very similar to the Front Door being in their mid twenties upwards. There are bars on both of the two floors with a DJ playing upstairs at night. Food is served right throughout the day starting with breakfast at 9.30am.

42-42 Middle Street
Galway City
091 563777