A rich mix! A taste triumph! A food lovers’ paradise! Welcome to Sligo Food Trail!


Sligo Food Trail treats your palate to an abundance of culinary treasures. You can map your own route to choose the cuisine that you love best. Welcome to foodie heaven!

What makes Sligo such a fantastic foodie destination is the culture that goes hand in hand with your food experience! Producers and Food Trail members take pride in giving you fresh, local, healthy, (and very often) organic food that nourishes your body while the scenery nurtures your soul. As you drive through Sligo, you’ll witness the outstanding landscape which yields the fresh ingredients that create its exceptional cuisine: the lush green fields, the majestic mountains, the charming farms, the salmon rivers, and the mighty Atlantic Ocean! Sligo’s premiere location on the Wild Atlantic Way means you can enjoy freshly-caught fish in any local restaurant. Alternatively, indulge your taste buds on Knocknarea honey, wild Mullaghmore lobster, Lissadell oysters, and fresh eggs from the foot of Benbulben Mountain. Whatever your food preference, Sligo Food Trail surpasses your expectations!

Exciting calendar of events lined up for Taste the Island in Sligo…watch this space.

Sligo Food Trail Harvest Feast, Friday 18th October 2019 >>
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News & Upcoming Events

Finding the food of love on Sligo Food Trail

St. Valentine’s Day is synonymous not only with love, but with food as well. To celebrate the most romantic night of the year everyone loves to dine out in style. Here’s the Sligo Food Trail guide to finding the most fabulous food of love without a tacky plastic rose in sight.

LAMA Awards 2020

Sligo Food Trail are starting the year on a high! We are thrilled to be shortlisted with Sligo County Council [...]

Sligo Food Trail Awaits…

Whether you like steak or lamb, Irish stew or seafood chowder, sushi or traditional potato cakes, homemade ice cream or cookies, fresh juices or craft beers,you’ll be wowed by the variety, textures and flavours. Build up an appetite with an adventurous hike, a vibrant cycle or an historical tour before delving into the liveliness of the cafés, pubs and restaurants. The real magic behind Sligo Food Trail is the passion of the people, who are quick to share a smile, a bit of craic and wonderful insights into the food they serve. So for the freshest food, the finest service and a magnificent mix, treat yourself to Sligo Food Trail Experience!


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“Taste The Sea” Video

Taste the Sea – dip a virtual toe in Sligo Food Trail’s Wild Atlantic Way offerings. Showcasing Ireland’s Earliest Takeaway, mussel tasting on the seashore, Sligo Bay oysters, Sushi at the markets and the freshest finest seafood imaginable. #SligoFoodTrail

More Information: Sligo Food Trail celebrates the Wild Atlantic Way, Launch of new video ‘Taste the Sea’>>

New “Share the Secrets” Video

Share the Secrets – learn how to harvest, preserve and cook some of our wonderful food with the experts from the Sligo Food Trail. #SligoFoodTrail

More Information: Sligo Food Trail shares its secrets with brand new video

New “Eat & Chill in Strandhill” Video

Eat and Chill in Strandhill on Sligo Food Trail

A whirlwind tour of Strandhill: surfing Mecca, explorers dream and foodie destination served with a Wild Atlantic Way backdrop. #SligoFoodTrail

More Information: Eat and Chill in Strandhill on Sligo Food Trail

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Farm to Fork at Coopershill

Coopershill, Riverstown

A wonderful opportunity to stay in this glorious Georgian mansion and enjoy a fascinating guided tour of the deer farm. Coopershill is a stunning ‘great house’ set in 500 acres of farm and woodland in beautiful rural Sligo. >>

Ireland’s Earliest Takeaway

Trá Bán Restaurant & Seatrails

Enjoy a walking trail by experienced archaeologist culminating in a lunch of freshly harvested mussels cooked on the rocks at Culleenamore Strand, one of the oldest oysterbeds in the country featuring shells dating to prehistoric times >>