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4.5 based on 554 reviews
Joe Watty’s Bar is a welcoming local bar with good food, music & craic. The bar is well placed in Kilronan Village, at the cross-roads to Dún Aengus and the Seal Colony. When you drink at Joe Watty’s, you drink with the locals. We offer you a ‘Ceád Milé Failté’ to Joe Watty’s, one of the Islands Oldest and most Traditional Pubs, where you may relax and unwind in front of a warm open fire with a pint of Guinness or Irish Coffee. Located at the cross-roads that lead to Dún Aengus Fort and the Seal Colony, and only 300 metres from the Pier.You may wish to sample our ‘Traditional Island Bar Food’ of locally caught Lobster, Crab, Mussels, Fresh Fish, a variety of Meat & Vegetarian Dishes and Homemade Desserts.Watty’s Is Famous For Its Live Music Sessions.Live Music Nightly: May - September And At Week-Ends All Year.Bar Food Daily 12.30 – 21.00hrs.So for the best of Craic, Food & Drinks its got to be Watty’s.
After arriving by ferry and having a tour by van of Inis Mor, we ended up here for a pint or two. It was a chilly day, so the fireplace was most welcoming. So was the hot soup! Delicious!! Comfy pub, friendly staff, interesting locals, nice ambiance. Such a nice way to end our wonderful day on Inis Mor.
4 based on 242 reviews
Located in the heart of Kilronan village, on Inis Mor, just a stone throw away from the port and the airport. We are open 7 days a week all year round.
if you're lucky enough to find yourself on Inis Mor on the Aran Islands, you must stop in The Bar. great views,good food,great Beer. staff is excellent. you're meet all kinds of people there,from locals,vacationers,to day tripers.you will enjoy your self!
5 based on 422 reviews
While touring Inis Mor, we stopped to buy some woolen knit items in the shops across the street and hike up to the fort. Since it was a chilly day, we thoroughly enjoyed the nice homemade hot soup upon our return. We followed that with some very delicious apple pie. Oh my goodness!! The lady serving us from behind the counter was delightful. Great little place for some wonderful home cooking!
4 based on 154 reviews
Fresh, not frozen!! It's rare to find these days, especially considering our unique location! Water front location in the heart of Kilronan Village, just off the ferry. We are the "purple" place. Our lunch menu offers all the traditional fare, plus a creative twist on the fresh seafood range; ceviche, tropical calamari salad... Dinner menu offers an Ala Carte section so you can choose what you really want. Please come in to see our Island Art Gallery offering mosaics, oil paintings, island photography, basket weaving and more. All Inishmore, all local!
We were blessed with good weather while waiting for the ferry and decided to sit outside and order some food. Eight of us had a selection from the menu including pizzas, burgers and fish. The burgers were a very pleasant surprise, extremely tasty with carmelised onions and cheese and really good fries.There was a bit of a delay in all members of the party getting their food but with a large order that was understandable. Our waitress was very friendly and accommodating. All the group were happy with their meal and I would definitely eat here again when visiting Inishmore.
4 based on 14 reviews
We had lunch here as part of our tour and it was excellent. All in our party were well satisfied with the quality of the meal. The pub itself is clean and bright and the staff friendly. With limited offerings on the island, this place is more than acceptable.
5 based on 4 reviews
Family run cafe in the heart of Kilronan serving hand roasted coffee, sourdough toasties and home baked treats.
Ended up at RUA desperate for something sweet after a long day of cycling. We chanced upon this absolute gem of a cafe (located next to the SPAR) and were welcomed in (despite it being closing time). Great coffee, delicious carrot cake and cracking scones. What really sets it apart though is the service. Felt like I was merely popping into someones home for a cup of tea. Loved it.
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