This Wetherspoon pub restaurant takes its name from the Tullow Gate, one of the four town gates of the old walls around Carlow. In 1361, ‘improvements’ to the walls were carried out at a cost of £500. However, in 1577, it was recorded that the walls of Carlow were ‘in ruins and down in many places.
The pub serves
Both Irish and International alcoholic beverages are served too. As well as offering a fantastic range of food and drink products the pub also has a lot of local history and artwork within the pub which is another great reason to visit.