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Eamonn's Place, Lismore, Co. Waterford

Main Street
Co. Waterford

Tel: +353 (0) 58 54025
Proprietor: Eamonn Walsh

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About Us

Traditional Family Run Bar and Restaurant in the Beautiful Tidiest Town 2011, Lismore.

Eamonn's Place is a great spot, for a pint, some very good food, to catch up with friends or watch a match.
We have a proud tradition of supporting all sports and there is always a great atmosphere on match days!!!!

Come in and meet up with our friendly staff and regulars. We are open all year round and serve lunch and dinner every day.

Eamonn's Place prides itself mostly on the friendly service offered by all staff. It is a great Bar for a relaxing pint or a bit of craic over any GAA match. Serving quality locally sourced food daily as well as extensive menus to cater for all tastes.

Local Attractions

Lismore is a heritage town with a thousand years of history. The old Court House shows an audio visual film with Neil Tobin as the voice of a monk telling the town's history. There are wonderful old buildings in Lismore e.g. Lismore Castle. The Cathedral is a wonderful building with a very old grave which overlooks into the castle tower. The Catholic church is also a fantastic building.

The old railway station is a unique building designed in the eighteenth century mainly to supply the needs of the castle. There are five restaurants, two coffee shops, antique furniture and art galleries in town. Clonmel is forty minute drive as is Cork City. Waterford City is fifty minutes and Dungarvan twenty minutes drive.

Check Lismore Mochuda website.

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant
  • Sport


  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access


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