‘Sextons' was a traditional Irish pub, grocery and residence; over the years it has evolved into a fashionable bar and eating area but still maintains its traditional charm with open turf fires and cosy atmosphere.
‘Sextons' serves food from 12pm midday until 10pm each evening. There is an extensive A la Carte menu containing a wide variety of dishes to suit all tastes and is available throughout the day. Special lunch menus are available Monday to Friday inclusive. Our Mezzanine Bar is also available for private entertaining and meals.‘Sextons' was a traditional Irish pub, grocery and residence; over the years it has evolved into a fashionable bar and eating area but still maintains its traditional charm with open turf fires and cosy atmosphere.
Dundalk is a thriving town with many amenities including golf courses, all weather tracks for horse racing and dog racing, bowling alley, indoor soccer pitches and ice skating, ice hockey matches are also held there.
Must see sight seeing near by:
The Cooley & Mourn Mountains
If you are on a visit to Dundalk ‘Sextons' is a convenient stop off for something refreshing and a hearty meal.
Whats on Offer:
- Parties Catered For
- Car Parking
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- Listed Building
- Off Licence
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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Came across this pub when leaving Blackrock village. They say not to judge a book by its cover and it's true with Sextons. The interior has lovely stone walls, open turf fire, old fashioned furniture etc. Food is served all day and there seemed to be a dish to suit every taste on the menu. They have a great meal deal of a 3 course meal with a bottle of wine for 50 euro but we were there at lunch time and it wasn't available. I would definitely recommend Sextons for something different.
Review published 9 October 2010
Posted by: Jenni
Will go again next time I am in Dundalk. Sandra Parke
Review published 28 May 2010
Posted by: Sandra nee Parke
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