Located on the quay, in Kinvara, the Pier Head Bar & Restaurant is ideally situated for you and your friends to enjoy a sumptuous meal, a drink or to enjoy some of our regular live music. All the while absorbing the vista and charm of ould Kinvara quay.
Whether you are having a drink or a snack in our comfortable bar, you can be assured of great food and beverages, where our well known bar manager Harvey will look after you.
Local business man Mike Burke has owned the Pier Head for the past 10 years. Mike is very involved in local community groups and is actively involved in supporting the Cuckoo Fleadh, Cruinniú na mBád and Kinvara RNLI fundraising day.
Mike Burke & The Pier Head regularly sponsor Point-to-Points throughout counties Galway and Clare, and additionally is proud sponsor of Kinvara GAA Club and Galway Minor Hurling Championship for the past few years.
Pier Head Bar regularly hosts live music (both traditional & contemporary). Just some of the regulars you can find performing here include Sean Slattery & The Connections, The Conquerors, The Curragh Sons, Maimin Cajun Band, Maire O' Keefe, Eilish O' Connor, and Charlie Harris but to mention a few.
The Pier Head Restaurant, with head chef Philippe De La Ruelle, sous chef Chris Kelly and pastry chef Patricia Timmons, along with restaurant manager Louie and his front line team, is renowned for its full á la carte menu, specialising in local seafood and steaks but catering for all tastes. Our extensive Wine List is carefully selected to suit all palates.
At the Pier Head, we have a private room, which can comfortably accommodate up to 50 people. This private room which is located upstairs in the Pier Head has magnificent uninterrupted views of Kinvara Bay & Dunguaire Castle. This is an ideal venue for your special occasion, including:
• Christmas Parties
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Function Room
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
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