Reviews on Gastropub food in Portmarnock, Province of Leinster, Ireland. Portmarnock (Irish: Port Mearnóg) is a coastal suburban village in Fingal, Ireland, with significant beaches and one of Ireland's best-known golf clubs, a modest commercial core, and inland residential estates.
Things to do in Portmarnock
3 based on 182 reviews
We didnât have to go far to find suppliers that know a thing or two about great tasting Irish food. After rounding up some Irish Shorthorn beef from Laois; fish from our very own shores courtesy of Wrights of Marino, whoâve been hauling it in for over 100
Why have a restaurant and bar inside the Hilton with high prices, mediocre food and slow service. Oh I get it a captive clientele of travelers....but there are a couple of restaurants within walking distance and a large supermarket mall so the about it.
4 based on 35 reviews
New 10 week renovation completed and launched on Monday September 10th 2018. Matt Ryan's Bar and Grill. No stay at the Grand Hotel would be complete without enjoying a visit to the Matt Ryan Bar. 12 Foot screen!!! Perfect for match days. Cocktail menu and
Writing this review at 13:40 while I wait for a cup of tea and soup. I arrived in here at 13:00. Really is it that hard to put a tea bag in a pot and soup in a bowl. Iâve decided to leave and go hungry rather than waste my time in this place
4 based on 81 reviews
I usually go with my family for a weekend lunch and, occasionally, for evening drinks with friends.The food is good, well presented and decently priced. A good service has been the pillar of a live and friendly atmosphere. Most customers are locals. It is a great place to meet friends and neighbors.
4 based on 709 reviews
We had a lovely evening here for a little family get together. Although we were late asking for an area for ten people a lovely member of staff Ian really looked after us and got us tables altogether to enjoy the live music. Thank you to Ian and all the staff of OâConnells for making our night extra special. Highly recommend this place
4 based on 1164 reviews
Kealy's is a great Pub, right beside Dublin Airport. Kealyâs quickly became a popular spot with both locals and tourists known for serving quality food and drinks seven days a week along with been the go to spot if your flying in or out of Dublin Airport.
We missed a flight home to the US. We ended up staying at the Radisson Hotel just down the hill from terminal 2. The gate agents recommended this restaurant and it was great! Excellent food, service, and cost. After a stressful day we really enjoyed relaxing with a good meal!!
4 based on 1402 reviews
Had a lovely birthday dinner here food was lovely as usual. We reserved a table for 7 Allison Nessa and Shelley looked after us well.My boyfriend had arranged a delivery of flowers to the bar for me when I was there.Nessa helped him organise nothing was a problem even a little cake for me !. Even though it was a busy bank holiday sunday we were dealt with excellently. Shelley as usual taking our orders and checking we were ok. The other staff also were great I dont know their names. Overall was brilliant. I come here quite a lot. We were to move on but stayed till the very end instead chatting and having a few drinks. Many thanks to everyone involved and keep up the great work Hi bettyboo68, thank you very much for choosing to celebrate your birthday in The Abbey Tavern. We are delighted that you enjoyed your birthday dinner and we sincerely thank you for your kind words - they mean a lot to our team. (Allison, Nessa and Shelley will be especially happy with your feedback.) Many thanks for your valued custom - we LOVE welcoming guests back. Best regards, Richard
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