Lowry’s Music & Whiskey Bar, Clifden
Located in the centre of the bustling town of Clifden in Connemara, Lowry’s Bar Clifden is an Iconic Irish pub, famous throughout Connemara, Galway and beyond for its warm and friendly atmosphere, legendary Irish Music, inviting character and vibrant mix of both locals and visitors.
As the 2015 and 2018 winner of the “Best Traditional Bar in Ireland“ at Ireland’s prestigious National Hospitality Awards, Lowry’s Bar Clifden can rightly claim to be one of the best traditional bars in the country! With live Irish music 7 nights a week in season and a famous whiskey selection as recommended on the renowned Irish Whiskey Trail , coupled with consistently top class reviews on Tripadvisor.ie, Lowry’s Bar Clifden is a must for anyone looking to experience a true Irish pub.
With live Music 7 nights a week in season, both locals and visitors alike flock to Lowry’s to enjoy what is the authentic Irish music pub experience! Check our calendar here to see who is performing weekly.
Things to do in Clifden
Clifden in Connemara, Galway on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way has something for everyone. Located in an area of incredible natural beauty, why not take a drive or cycle along one of the most breath-taking routes in the country the famous Sky Road with Bike Electric Connemara , or take the family Pony Trekking, perhaps admire Clifden Castle with its beautiful ruins and spectacular views, or visit the fabulous Derrygimlagh looped walk discovery point one of the “signature points” on the Wild Atlantic Way! For the more adventurous among you, Real Adventures Connemara offer a range of outdoor activities from Kayaking, Rock Climbing and Hill Walking to Coasteering and Surfing.
Whatever activity you decide to do, you can be sure that you will be hungry and thirsty after your days adventure! Pop into Lowrys Bar on your way back from your day out for a warming Irish Coffee, hot whiskey or even a pint of the black stuff! After a quick change for the evening you’ll be ready for some live Irish Music, so come back later for some “craic agus ceol” in Lowrys Bar!