Eala Bhán, Sligo Town

Eala Bhán means ‘white swan’ in Gaelic. This restaurant has won best restaurant Sligo 3 years running with the Restaurants association of Ireland along with many other awards. Menus at Eala Bhán are just as gentile as the surroundings. The mission statement of this restaurant is that dishes are made with the finest fresh ingredients, seasonality and market availability. Steaks and local seafood are the mainstay of the selection. Fillet and Sirloin make up the evening menu, whilst at lunch, the Duo of posh fish and chips is a popular choice. After the fine starters and mains, the dessert menu is just as tempting. High class afternoon tea is also served at this restaurant. Booking by appointment only through Thursday to Saturday. Sure go on go on.

Afternoon Tea at Eala Bhán >>

Knox, Sligo Town

Knox is an independent all day eatery located on Sligo’s O’Connell Street. A quirky interior using recycled materials provides a relaxed dining space. Customers can also enjoy an outside terrace area. Open six days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Knox uses the freshest local produce throughout all menus. From 9am-1130am, a breakfast menu is served. At lunchtime,(12-4) dishes to suit all tastes are presented, from fresh inventive soups to delicious sandwiches, healthy salads and signature burgers. An exciting tapas menu, bursting with flavour and with strong Mediterranean influences runs from Thursday to Saturday (6pm – 10pm). Both lunch and dinner are complimented by a carefully chosen wine list and craft beer menu.

Lyons Cafè, Sligo Town

Lyons Café is a 1920’s tea rooms with a rich history, in the heart of Sligo town. Gary Stafford continues to develop interesting, wholesome, fresh dishes year after year alongside classic favourites that his loyal customers love. Open from early morning serving breakfast through to lunch and into the afternoon. There’s a couple of cookbooks too!

Open 8:30am serving breakfast, brunch and carvery lunch.

The Embassy, Sligo Town

The Embassy Steakhouse has established itself on the culinary map in Sligo, serving only prime Irish Hereford steaks, fresh local seafood and served in comfortable surroundings.

Cawley’s, Tubbercurry

Our family friendly bright airy restaurant overlooks a walled garden and an inviting bar, serving the best of local ingredients. Our Seafood Chowder and our Irish Stew are of international renown. Quality Irish meat is sourced from local butchers Noel Wynn Meats, Derek Sherlock Meats and artisan sausages from Sheerins and Hodgkins of Ballymote. Oysters and shellfish delivered fresh from Sligo/Donegal feature amongst our most popular dishes. Gluten and dairy free options are available including our full Irish breakfast, which is freshly grilled to order. Our traditional Irish lunch menu is followed by Continental “a la carte” and bar menu.

Appetite for Adventure on Lough Talt >>

Eithna’s by the Sea, Mullaghmore

Eithna’s By The Sea is an award winning restaurant specialising in Seaweed, Seafood and Shellfish caught in Donegal Bay. The family run restaurant overlooks Mullaghmore Harbour, which provides the ultimate dining experience. Great for morning coffee, lazy lunch or as a great way to end the day. Treat yourself to Eithna’s baking, seafood platters or locally sourced organic produce. We’ve got something for everyone steak, childrens options and a vegetarian menu. Come and visit us on the Wild Atlantic Way, you won’t be disappointed!

The Beach Bar, Aughris Head

The Beach Bar caters for an eclectic mix of visitors all year round.
When you walk through the door, you will feel you are in a place that has not changed much over the centuries, yet it has something to suit all tastes. From the thirsty surfers just off the waves, to the tourists seeking out an other-worldly Irish experience, to the young 21 year olds looking for somewhere with character to host their 21st birthday parties, there is a welcome waiting for all. Good food, regular music sessions, draught Guinness and a beer garden with a view are the obvious attractions. More hidden, but can be sensed everywhere in the place, is the history of the Beach Bar.