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Sonny Malloys

Sonny Malloys



Sonny Molloy’s Irish Whiskey Bar is located in the center of Galway City. The once famous drapery shop was run by the legendary Galwegian and larger than life character, Sonny Molloy. The building itself was part of a Medieval property built in the 1600’s, some of which formed part of the old Galway City walls. The bar counter is still the very same as when Sonny himself worked behind it. With beautiful old world architecture and original furnishings, Sonny Molloy’s is a lively local at the heart of the Galway Community that has been open since 1997.

The cabinets at Sonny Molloy’s are brimming with the finest Irish Whiskeys, with selections such as Midleton Pearl, Inish Turk Beg, and Jameson Vintage Reserve. They also feature a Redbreast 16-year old single cask whiskey exclusively bottled for Sonny Molloy’s. It’s also one of the only bars in the world to display the complete Midleton Very Rare Collection, a sight to be seen for any whiskey lover with a collector’s pricetag likely around $120,000! This collection is arguably one of the most exclusive whiskey’s ever produced in Ireland and it has taken over 30 years of collecting for Sonny Molloy’s to piece it all together.

Can’t decide which whiskey is right for you? The helpful staff can guide you, and they even serve up whiskey platters where you can sample a variety of types. Want to learn more? Visitors can book a private whiskey class and sample some of the finest Irish Whiskeys. It is no mystery why the pub has received so many awards over the years, most recently winning Gold for ‘Best Irish Whiskey Bar in Connaght in 2017 and 2019 and Gold for ‘Best Single Cask Whiskey’ for their Sonny Molloy’s Redbreast 16 year-old. A visit to Sonny Molloy’s will be an experience to remember for any whiskey fan. Before you leave, ask about the long-standing tradition of “A toast to Sonny” where you will receive a personalized certificate in salute to the bar’s namesake and a true Galway hero, Sonny Molloy.