This was our March GNO spot. The choice was perfect since St. Patty's day was the week before. They greatly accommodated us (a group of 7) in one of the rooms of the old house turned restaurant....
About this place
- Mon: 5pm-1:30am
- Tue: 5pm-1:30am
- Wed: 5pm-1:30am
- Thu: 5pm-1:30am
- Fri: 4pm-2am
- Sat: 11am-3am
- Sun: 11am-2am
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Came here last night and was a bit disappointed by the experience. I had come a couple of years ago and hadn't been back in awhile but since it was so nice outside, decided to enjoy the outdoor...
This place is fun, but on my previous visit I was charged 16 dollars for a glass of johnnie walker black when the menu said 8. Now, I understand that mistakes happen, but I was informed that there...
It's a coin toss between the Arms and Chief O'Neill's for the best pub in Chicago. Sundays is live music. Beer list is grand. Brilliant! A sound pub, food is great from burgers to lamb shanks...
I came to Galway Arms by way of a dinner group, and I thought it was a stellar choice just following St. Patrick's Day.The restaurant is in an old house; the original woodwork, soft lighting,...
There's a lot more Gaelic cheer at this bar than just the Guinness on tap. The yummy pub grub is authentic, most of the staff is actually Irish and it's never too crowded to nab a table (choose between the vintage woodwork inside and the expansive, open-air patio). Just don't spread the word too much—we'd hate to wind up ass-to-elbow like at most Lincoln Park McPubs. ”Authentic” pubs are a dime a dozen in Chicago, but this is the rare spot that actually feels like a cozy tavern in the Irish countryside. A short walk from the heart of Lincoln Park, the Galway was carved out of two 90-year-old buildings on Clark Street, and the lived-in, weathered feel remains. With its two fireplaces, creaky floors, and dimly lit rooms, this is just the spot to ward off a winter chill.