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Cactus Jacks
Courthouse Lane, Quay St. Galway.
Phone: +353 (0)91 563838     
Opening Times: A La Carte Menu 6 pm - till late (7 days)  

Cactus Jacks is a Mexican restaurant with a twist. After extensive traveling to the interiors of Old Mexico, and experiencing the genuine hospitality and delectable cuisine of the Mexican people, the concept of Cactus Jacks was born. Cactus Jacks first opened its doors in Galway 5 years ago, since then it has grown from strength to strength. This success led to the opening of the Dublin Cactus Jacks in Dec 05.
Cactus Jacks has continually been on the leading edge of menu creativity, combining consistency in food quality and colorful plate presentations. Our superior service and a friendly atmosphere gives our guests a gracious, memorable dining experience. We pride ourselves on offering an excellent alternative to the standard fare. Our contemporary menu successfully combines the very best of authentic Mexican cuisine with more traditional dishes such as steak and seafood.

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Archway Restaurant
Victoria Place, off Eyre Square, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - 011)
Phone: +353 (0)91 563693   Fax: +353 (0)91 563074  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Tues - Sat Lunch and Dinner. Closed Sun and Mon. For Bank Hol Mon: open Sun, closed Tues.  

This small restaurant is hidden away in a little lane off Eyre Square but if you can find it, it’s well worth it. In a modern Irish style, the standard is really excellent, and the friendly staff and professional service add to the experience: a bit expensive, but this is the place to treat yourself.

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Da Tang Noodle House
Middle Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 561443  
Price: Inexpensive  
Opening Times: Open daily for lunch 12.30 - 15.00, dinner 17.30 - 22.30  

Wholesome and filling egg noodle dishes and very reasonably-priced, in the centre of Galway near Quay Street.

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Cross Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 569404  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Opn daily for lunch12.30 - 14.30 and dinner17.00 - 22.30  

Located in the heart of Galway, next to Quay Street, Kirbys is a new and very popular restaurant. In a general modern Irish/European style with a varied menu, good wine list; priced moderate to expensive.

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Kirwans Lane
Kirwans Lane, Quay Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)

Price: Expensive  

One of the best and most popular restaurants in Galway, Kirwan’s Lane is very professionally run, yet at the same time has a friendly bistro atmosphere, great food and attentive service. Modern Irish style. Book well in advance.

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McDonagh’s Seafood House
22 Quay Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N12)
Phone: +353 (0)91 565001   Fax: +353 (0)91 562246  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Mon - Sat 12:00 - 24:00, Sun 17:00 - 23:00  

Located in Galway’s busy Quay Street, the McDonagh family have run a successful Fish Shop and Restaurant for generations. TheSeafood Bar is really superb, offering a range of fresh fish daily, while the cheaper Fish and Chip Bar offers meals from IR£3.50

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Middle Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)

Price: Moderate  

Located on Middle Sreeet, which is a bit quieter than nearby Quay Street, Milano is one of the reliable Milano restaurant chain, serving up excellent pizza and pasta dished at reasonable prices.

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The Latin Quarter
Quay Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - M11)

Price: Inexpensive  

Located in the middle of busy Quay Street, theLatin Quarter is a small and friendly cafe-restaurant, serving snacks and lunches; mediterranean-style cooking.

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The Malt House
Old Malt Mall, High Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 91 567866  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for lunch and dinner, Mon - Sat.  

Very popular with the locals, the Malt House is always busy,serving excellent meals in a traditional-Irish style with some modern influences; seafood is very good here.

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Bridge Mills
Bridge Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - M11)

Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

This converted stone mill is just over the bridge after Shop Street. Reasonably-priced with good coffee and baking, also provides more substantial lunch dishes. On fine days, the tables are moved outside to the terrace overlooking the river.

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