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The Front Door Bar and Restaurant

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The Front Door Pub, Cross Street and High Street Galway, Ireland.

091 563 777.

Hours: Serves both Lunch and dinner. Lunch service 12-5 Dinner Service 5-9pm Group Bookings for dinner or finger food welcome The Front Door is also a Late Bar with DJ 7 Nights a Week

Review

The Front Door has over the last 10 years cemented itself as one of Galway’s most popular venues. The Front Door is a large but intimate premise accessible from both High Street and Cross Street in the centre of Galway Cities Latin Quarter. This historic pub has been tastefully decorated with dark wood, textured walls, stained glass and cosy intimate alcoves. With Five Bars spread over two floors and stretching over two streets this large venue is a must for visitors and locals on the weekend.

The Front Door provides a warm inviting pub feel with a relaxed ambiance during the week but transforms into Galway’s hottest nightspot 7 nights a week with top DJ’s  and late bar till 2 am.

The atmosphere and crowd are really hard to beat, it appeals to anyone who just wants a guaranteed great night out.

The Front Door serves food from 12 pm till late daily. The menu is based on traditional Irish fare but with an international twist. The versatile and adaptable menu has something for everyone with a range of vegetarian and gluten free options. We recently had a lunch on a Saturday. We started with their excellent Chowder, while I had their very sinful nachos. We continued with tow traditional favourites, a beef and Guinness stew and a lamb shephard’s pie, both of which were really tasty and provided perfect comfort food on  a rainy Saturday.

During the day gourmet sandwiches compliment the menu and in the evening The Front Door’s pizzas are a welcome addition to the menu.

The service is known to be one of the friendliest and fastest in the city, and it’s a firm favourite with the sports crowd.

The Front Door also serves a range of healthy and tasty fresh fruit smoothies and delicious Barista coffees for those long relaxing lunches.

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