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Cooke's Restaurant & Wine Bar
Galway City, Co. Galway
Located in one of Galway City's oldest districts, Cooke's Restaurant & Wine Bar offers excellent modern cuisine as well as a selection of fine wines. It is the perfect place to enjoy a night out.

Begin or end a perfect night in Galway City with Cooke's Restaurant & Wine Bar, situated in a restored medieval building in one of Galway's oldest districts. Cooke's has created a new concept in food which is sharply focused on quality, fresh ingredients and value. Food is presented in a light, modern style in an atmosphere where people can feel at ease with their friends. There is also a wide and varied range of fine wines on offer.

The restaurant has an upstairs seating area and a small private room, which can cater for 16 people, available for that special occasion as well as corporate functions. Outdoor seating and a discrete smoking area are also available.

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28 Abbeygate Street Upper, Galway, H91 HF51, Ireland
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