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JJ O'Malley's Bar & Restaurant, Westport, Co. Mayo


Bridge Street
Westport
Co. Mayo

Web: www.jjomalleys.ie
Email: stephenbyrn@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 98 27307 / 27308
Fax: +353 (0) 98 29256
Proprietor: Steven Byrne

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About Us

J.J O'Malley's is Westport's most famous bar & restaurant. Located in the heart of the town, we offer a lively venue with an "Old world" restaurant. Our bar has local musicians weeknights then at weekends we up the beat with our resident DJ. Our award winning bar food menu runs daily from 11.30am - 5.00pm and has something for everyone. Our A la Carte restaurant is open from 5.00pm - 10.00pm and can seat up to a 100 people. With a private party room upstairs, we cater for every occasion, large or small. We also specialize in group bookings. We are renowned for our unique and imaginative menu with over 70 mouth-watering dishes and we guarantee a great dining experience in a casual atmosphere.

So if you're planning a night out in Westport, we have everything you need.

MENUS

Bar Menu Available
Starters ~ Burger ~ Lasagne ~ Curry ~ Steak ~ Chicken ~ Piazza ~ Sandwiches ~ Paninis ~ Kiddies Meals ~ Desserts

Restaurant Menu Available
Starters ~ 100% Irish Steak Burgers ~ Fresh Chicken Dishes ~ Salads ~ Stir Fry ~ Sizzling Fajitas ~ Soups ~ Lamb & Pork ~ O'Malley's Pizzas ~ Fruits of the Sea ~ O'Malley's Steaks ~ Hot Dishes ~ Pasta

Menus available to view at www.jjomalleys.ie

 

Local Attractions

Westport speaks for itself, Tidy Towns Winner on many occasions, great hotels, restaurants and bars to choose from. It's a great weekend destination for everyone.

Visit website: www.jjomalleys.ie

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant
  • Sport

Facilities:

  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • High Chairs
  • Listed Building

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