Busker Brownes

Funky cafe, bar and restaurant with ancient stonework and modern art, serving an international menu. Located in Galway’s medieval quarter, Busker Browne’s exudes a warm and exciting atmosphere. Over the years it has served as a meeting place for the Tribes of Galway, a Convent, barracks and a bakery. Nowadays it is an impressive pub with medieval stonework side by side with contemporary furniture, with old and new successfully merged, the pub is impressively designed with several bars and floors.

Buskers incorporates the Slate house in Kirwan’s Lane which dates back to 1615 with contemporary surroundings. Buskers is a hive of activity with an 18 piece jazz band on a Monday, D.J’s, Live sporting events on the big screen. Extensive day and evening menu’s as well as finger food and group menu’s available.  

Cross St., Galway


091 563377

Paul Cotter

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