Living in Sligo we are spoilt for choice with 7 Sligo Food Trail member cafés in town and 10 more dotted around the county. That gives you 7 ways to try something new each week and 10 places to refuel as you explore our beautiful county at the weekends.
Café Fleur serves top quality coffee with a range of lunch options from wraps to baps and soups.
Hearts Desire is an award-winning barista bar, serving quality sweet and savoury snacks and lunches which are sourced from local artisan food producers.
Kate’s Kitchen is an independent grocery store and café serving homemade lunches which are available to takeaway. Shelves are packed with artisan foods, lifestyle gifts and cosmetics.
Lily’s & Lolly’s Café serves the finest teas and coffee with a variety of breakfast and lunch options.
Ósta Café & Wine Bar specialise in locally produced light meals and home baking Osta is famous for its coffee –distinct flavour, freshly roasted and ground to order.
Sweet Beat Café is a plant based café serving vegan friendly dishes alongside raw superfood salads, energising smoothies and tasty treats.
WB’s Coffee House serves tasty Italian coffee, indulgent hot chocolates, freshly baked scones and cakes. This family friendly café has a relaxing environment surrounded by local art, where you can enjoy lunch or a glass of wine.
Drumcliffe Tea House offers a choice of locally sourced ingredients which focuses on light meals and wholesome soups alongside a selection of homemade scones, breads, tarts, cheesecakes, fruit crumbles and much more. Enjoy a freshly ground coffee as you browse their collection of original local crafts, Yeats and Irish interest books.
FEED Café and Restaurant is located on the grounds of Sligo Folk Park in Riverstown village. By carefully sourcing produce, FEED serves fresh, healthy, local and seasonal food in a contemporary setting. The restaurant re-opens in March 2018.
Lissadell House & Gardens tea rooms provide home baked food including soups and salads from their vegetable garden, and delicious golden pastries, tarts, cakes and cheesecakes for all tastes.
Little Cottage Café is located along the promenade in Rosses Point. Old fashioned cakes and gluten free options are on the menu, which has been carefully created to include producers and suppliers from the Wild Atlantic Way
Mammy Johnston’s Ice Cream Parlour is situated on the seafront at Strandhill and is the place to go for your after lunch treat.
Nook Café & Restaurant is located in Collooney and offers comfort food made from the best seasonal produce along with plenty of veggie and vegan options for those choosing a meat free year.
Pudding Row bakes fresh Artisan Bread and pastries each day and serves up breakfast and lunch by the sea, using local, organic produce
Shells Café is a beach café in Strandhill, enjoy breakfast and lunch before taking a stroll on the beach.
The Gourmet Parlour, in Collooney, offer a delicious cooked breakfast with dry cured bacon and award-winning sausages from a local producer or enjoy a hearty bowl of porridge with fruit & yogurt.
Vintage Lane is a quirky Café located beside the Rathcormac Craft Village in Branleys Yard. They served a fresh, home-made soup every day, open sandwiches, paninis & wraps.