Reviews on Bar food in Westport, Province of Connacht, Ireland. A true family destination, Westport boasts magnificent scenery, golf facilities, recreational fishing, sailing and yachting, beach swimming, hiking and cycling trails, and (to top it all off) a placed called Pirate Adventure Park. What kid wouldn't love this place? Visit in September and you'll witness the exciting Westport Arts Festival, perfect for all ages. And Westport was Google Earth's first fully 3D town, so you can relive the memories from your computer when you get home!
Things to do in Westport
4 based on 51 reviews
An file" (The Poet - named for Mayo's famed blind poet Antoine RafteirÃ) recently opened in The Octagon. An file is a new, stylish option for locals and visitor alike and will serve quality bar food daily from 11am- 8pm. Top quality bar food is an importa
My wife and I enjoyed a great evening at An File. The live music was fantastic. We arrived when it was only us and what looked like 5 friends enjoying a Guinness and playing instruments, but our private band was only private for a few minutes... people kept coming and we found ourselves in the liveliest bar in Westport
4 based on 385 reviews
Cosy Joe's is a modern and lively bar situated right in the heart of Westport, County Mayo. A visit to Cosy Joes will always be memorable whether it's for the music, food, drink or just the good company. Cosy Joe's offers visitors a comprehensive bar food
This pub is litterally just across the street from Matt Molloys but it was bigger and I liked the idea that although that I was upstairs I could still see the band on a large screen so felt part of the action even though I was at a family table upstairs. There was a very good band playing which mixed the music with a bit of dancing also. The family really enjoyed our evening of cultural Irish entertainment along with a few drinks of course.
4 based on 332 reviews
Enjoy a great quality and fantastic value dining experience â the very best that Westport has to offer - at JW's Brasserie at The Wyatt Hotel, Westport. JW's Brasserie's award-winning Head Chef Eoin McDonnell prepares fresh, innovative, locally sourced pr
Spent night at hotel and ate dinner with our family at J Wâs. Food was good, but service was very slow and over all would be rated poor. Service made it a poor experience. Servers and the manager did not pay attention to customers in the proper manner. Had to request items several times.
4 based on 172 reviews
Our Coast Bar is quickly becoming "the" place in the region to enjoy the freshest of fish dishes done simply. The relaxed and casual surroundings make our Coast Bar ideal for all dining occasions. While fish dishes are the firm favourites, our menu adorns
We stayed in the Westport Coast Hotel for two nights and the Coast Bar and Restaurant is part of it.It was very busy with a great atmosphere.We started our Valentines package here at 6-30 pm by indulging in Tapas and cocktails before heading up to the fourth floor for our main meal.The staff are very attentive and friendly with a big mention to Kevin the Barman from Detroit who was a pleasure to talk too!!Coast Bar and the whole hotel experience was a joy and we canât wait to return!!
4 based on 217 reviews
Premium Irish Bar in the heart of Westport town. Delicious Grub Barfood menu served daily from 12pm to 9pm. Ideal venue for celebrating functions (booking required). Live music venue with regular trad sessions from 9pm.
I can't say enough of the people that we've met while vacationing in Ireland. After finally reaching our destination we decided to go out for dinner. The muscles that I ordered were the best that I've ever tasted and my wife felt the same of her ribs. .The restaurant was closing part of it's establishment due to a wedding reception. However, they still found the necessary time to make us feel comfortable and took our order with great ease and friendliness. That being said our waitress was transplanted from Nova Scotia, Canada
4 based on 264 reviews
Madden's Bistro is a classy bustling restaurant in the heart of Westport Co. Mayo, and is popular with everyone, guests, locals and visitors alike to the Clew Bay Hotel. The stylish design is a perfect foil for the adjoining Madden's Bar. Let your taste b
Called in when staying for a short stop in Westport and looking somewhere to eat.The restaurant is nice inside with a modern feel and the staff were friendly and helpful. Got a table and the meal for two with drinks worked out at about 46 euro. Food was great and plenty of it.Will go again the next time we are down.
4 based on 1238 reviews
What can I say apart from outstanding I myself had the rack of lamb after seeing another customer have there's my wife had the burger with cheese both dishes were excellent we both had dessert which was top class aswel with a cappuccino each , top class food and reasonably priced
4 based on 558 reviews
The Towers Bar and Restaurant, Westport is one of the best located bar and restaurants in Westport, Co. Mayo. It is the only restaurant on the waters edge in Clew Bay with a stunning view of Croagh Patrick from the Restaurant. The property has a children'
were staying in hotel next door and decided to eat here on sunday night, place was still busy but service was good- lovely inside and large area outside ( if weather permits)- we had the curry which was great- not too hot and the lamb which too was excellent, the only small issue was NO mint sauce with the lamb- other than that all was excellent
4 based on 427 reviews
A traditional style award winning bar and restaurant located just outside Westport, Co. Mayo over looking Clew Bay not far from Westport Harbourâ¦.
Made a reservation and would recommend as busy place. Ask for a table in the restaurant part not the bar area (these tables are very small and have stools). Traditional menu, the Mussels were copious and very good. Fish was a little dry though. Good food overall. The Walnut dessert was delightful. Lovely service, barman was very chatty. Wine was good and reasonable too.
4 based on 1293 reviews
This place on the sea frontage at Westport is deservedly popular. It's essential to book a table in the rather cramped dining space but service is speedy and efficient. Everything you might expect in such a popular place is on the extensive menu. My partner enjoyed her scallops and mussels and I enjoyed the home-made fish cakes (with a large fish content!) and my sole as a main course, all very tasty indeed. If you don't mind the noise associated with a very busy, traditional inn, then this is the place for you. Would go again!
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