Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Dundalk. Dundalk (/dʌnˈdɔːk/, Irish: Dún Dealgan, meaning "Dalgan's fort") is the county town of County Louth, Ireland. It is on the Castletown River, which flows into Dundalk Bay, and is near the border with Northern Ireland, halfway between Dublin and Belfast. It has associations with the mythical warrior hero Cú Chulainn.
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4 based on 226 reviews
This place has gone greatly downhill we used to go all the time and the food was great but on our last two visits the food has declined rapidly. The garlic bread did'nt even taste of garlic and my meatballs were tasteless. My wifes Mussels were nice except for the sauce , it would have cut your throat with Salt. One person serving and one person in kitchen , not good ! Will be giving it a by ball from now on as the prices are quite high now and there are other cheaper and better eateries. Real shame about this place as we used to love it.
4 based on 182 reviews
We enjoyed sharing some Tapas dishes in McGeoughs in Dundalk. We shared Steak Bruschetta, Chicken Tikka Skewer, Burger Shot & Potato Chorizo Cheese. All were served promptly, nice and hot & decent Tapas portions. Reasonably priced at 33 Euros in a busy pub. First pint of âred beerâ from a local brewery went flat in a few minutes, second pint of Smithwicks Red was fine.
4 based on 151 reviews
Nice restaurant but quiet noisy not allowing us to have a proper conversation as we couldn't hear each other (I know it cant be helped when restaurant is full). Food is nice but quiet expensive and service was a bit slow. Good selection on the menu.
4 based on 54 reviews
Looking for a quiet dinner out, we were pleasantly surprised by the service, decor and selection at The Rum House. The sizzling chicken fajitas were very tasty and superfood salad for the vegetarian was a nice change.
4 based on 267 reviews
We are a family run gastro bar and restaurant serving food from 5.00 - 21.00 Tuesday to Friday and All day Saturday and sunday. We also have a very exiting cocktail menu, big open fires in the winter and a beer garden in the summer where you can enjoy a c
Myself and my husband dined here tonight. I messaged on Facebook earlier today to check the restaurant was open as the last time we went there shortly after Xmas the place was closed. However when we arrived at 5pm we were told the restaurant was full and the bar man said he was told to take no more walk ins. I shouldâve been told this when I messaged earlier. However we were happy to have a few drinks first. At 7pm I went into the restaurant to see if we could get a table in a while. Half the restaurant was cordoned off. The waitress said only two tables would be available later. One right beside the pay desk and one right beside the toilets. We decided to eat in the bar instead off the restaurant menu. We had the chicken wings each which were lovely. We also ordered the trio of goats cheese bruschetta to share between us. The trio was a duo. Of very basic bruschetta which was massively overpriced at â¬8.95. I mentioned the fact that there was only 2 bruschetta to the barman and he laughed and to the waitress who said it was a misprint in the menu. We had the same main course. Cajun chicken. It was so basic. Most certainly not restaurant food. Desserts were nice. I got a bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon blanc. I always used to get the Villa Maria Marlborough which was delicious and â¬22. The only Marlborough they had was now â¬29. I ordered it and it was pretty awful. Tasted really cheap. As did the glass of Prosecco I had. All in all it was so disappointing. Not at all like it used to be. When the bar man gave us the bill I said I wasnât happy with the main but it made no difference. It cost us â¬24 in taxis to get there and home. We will never be back.
4 based on 263 reviews
we fancied a change from our hotel for dinner so we went in on a monday evening, the place was busy enough, we had a friendly welcome and were shown to our seats and given menus. I had the special combo which consisted of baby back ribs, cajun chicken, 6oz steak. onion rings and chunky chips. I have to say it was one of the tastiest meals i have ever had i ate every bit even though i did not think i was that hungry before hand. My wife was also delighed with her choice and the pavlova dessert was huge so we both polished that off. Super friendly staff. When we asked for the bill we thought they had forgotten to charge for something as it was so reasonable for what we got. Highly recommended. If ever in the area again we will certainly be back. many thanks.
4 based on 1537 reviews
Situated in the heart of the Cooley Peninsula at the foot of the picturesque Cooley Mountains overlooking the Irish Sea, Fitzpatrickâs Bar & Restaurant is one of the top dining pubs in Ireland. Equally popular with tourists and locals, Fitzpatrickâs Bar &
Some pubs lean more towards the drinks, some lean more towards the food. Fitzpatrick's has plenty of drinks, but they lean more towards the latter. Some very creative menu choices here, and they also had a nice set price menu for lunch the day we were there. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The Halloween decorations are incredible and are, I assume, the reason why it was fully booked on a Sunday afternoon. We found seats at the bar, which was perfectly serviceable.hi jodydavisThank you for taking the time review us here at fitzpatricks bar and restaurant we really appreciate all feedback both negative and positive. we are really glad you enjoyed your visit to us and look forward to seeing you again, from the whole team here at fitzpatricks bar and restauran
4 based on 117 reviews
Staff very welcoming and attentive, the place is cosy and comfortable too. Food is top notch, good sized main portions and very tasty. The only thing letting it down is some of the pricing - in particular the starters being 10 to 11 euros for fairly simple dishes. Makes going more of a treat than a regular option which is a shame as we live local. Overall a really nice place to eat tho. The food is great and service excellent.
4 based on 416 reviews
Excellent food, drink and service is what we strive to attain -whether you want a coffee, 4 course meal, romantic first date or just a relaxing drink or two - the Windsor Bar & Restaurant will cater for your needs.
Visited the Windsor restaurant recently. We had a table reserved for 17 of us. They did it up so that children were at one table and adults at another, which worked out fine. Additionally we were in a separate place in the restaurant and we were able to close the doors, so as not to disturb others eating.... We were making a bit of noise. Food was great and the service was really good and friendly.
4 based on 247 reviews
We are a family run business in the heart of Dundalk. We offer a selection of homecooked meals in a friendly, warm atmosphere. we are a short walk from the town center and provide live music every weekend and are beside most of the bed and breakfasts in t
I always visit this fine establishment when Iâm in Dundalk and it is now under new management.On my recent visit on a Friday night there was a great atmosphere including live music. The service was excellent as usual and the pints were perfect.We got lovely treats from the new owners. This is a real pub which is well worth a visit.Great news, Thanks a lot for the kind words. We look forward to your next trip to Dundalk.
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