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Plaza Bar

Whether you’re looking for a quick bite before heading out, or meeting for pre-dinner drinks with friends, the Plaza Bar is the perfect place to linger a while. Sip cocktails or choose from our carefully selected food and wine menu.

Cobblers Bar

Cobbler’s is one of Westport’s top spots for bar food with it’s popular Grub Menu which offers traditionally styled Irish dishes at reasonable prices. Cobbler’s opens daily from 12noon and serves food until 9pm. The bar is a Craft Beer specialist with an extensive range of local and international brands such as Mescan, Bluemoon and many more.

Matt Molloy’s

Probably Westport’s most-famous pub. The proprietor, Matt Molloy, is a flautist with one of Ireland’s most famous traditional-music bands, The Chieftains. Regular trad sessions take place in the ‘back bar’, with appreciative patrons hupping along beside a crackling fire – often with Matt himself supplying the airs. The second Yard Bar out the back is a popular concert venue.

Islands Restaurant

The Islands Restaurant is open nightly from 6pm for dinner and Traditional Sunday lunch 1pm-2.30pm. Highly regarded by locals the restaurant received an AA Rosette for the 5th year in a row. A warm, welcoming ambience, tasty and exciting menus make it the ideal venue for your dining experience. Family Friendly Menu available during family holiday seasons.

McGing’s Westport’s oldest pub

McGing’s, Westport’s oldest pub, is popular with visitors, blow-ins and locals alike. Step through the welcoming blue and yellow façade and you could be met with a jazz band, a folk band, a quiet scene with a roaring fire, a loud pub with dancing locals, a tray of free sandwiches or a DJ in an ice-cream van. Or some strange and wonderful combination of all of the above.

Cosy Joe’s

Cosy Joe’s offers FREE entertainment with a wide variety of Live Music that ranges from traditional to the latest covers. Live music starts from 9pm – 11.30pm every Thurs, Fri & Sun night with extra nights added during the summer months & holidays. Cosy Joe’s also transforms into a mind blowing Laser Light Disco until 2am with a DJ playing all your favourites.

The Porter House

The Porter House bar is unpretentious and comes with a rustic character with its wooden floors, low ceilings and comfortable seating areas, creating a very cosy atmosphere. To the rear of the premises it has a heated outdoor bear garden. Local and visiting musicians alike find a warm and welcoming atmosphere day and night summer and winter in The Porter House.

The Irish Soda Bread Way

Learn fascinating aspects of traditional Irish soda bread-making in this hands-on workshop.

No.8

No8 Millstreet in the heart of Westport is a lively tapas and wine bar serving modern and traditional Spanish tapas in a cosy setting. Come sample some of our delicious tapas and choose from our selection of over 80 wines or our range of beers and spirits.

The Tower's Bar & Restaurant

The Towers Bar and Restaurant at Westport Quay has built up a well-earned reputation with locals and visitors alike for quality food and drink since it reopened in March 2016. Located at the seashore with panoramic views of Clew Bay, Croagh Patrick and Clare Island, The Towers has been completely transformed under new owners.

Sage

A firm favourite with locals and visitors alike, this intimate restaurant dishes up modern cooking with a Bulgarian twist. Shteryo Yurukov has the culinary sensibilities of a hunter and a forager. He loves the taste of saddle of rabbit, others cook crab claws with garlic, he cooks them with wild garlic. The result is brilliant eating, food that is sensual and slightly crazy, yet utterly lovable.

Arno's Bistrot

A beautifully designed bistro restaurant in the heart of Westport with an intimate atmosphere. Arnaud the owner is originally from France and Donal the head chef hails from Co. Mayo. This duo have combined their cultures to bring you fresh local products with a French touch. Overall food, desserts, wine and coffee to die for, what more could we want!

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