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Cosy Joe's, Westport, Co. Mayo


Bridge Street
Westport
Co. Mayo

Web: www.cosyjoesbar.ie
Email: josephomalley@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0)98 28004 / 29403
Fax: +353 (0) 98 55112
Proprietor: Joseph O’Malley

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About Us

Cosy Joe’s is a modern and lively bar situated right in the heart of Westport, it has recently been refurbished and has to be seen to be believed. The décor in this bar is nothing less than exquisite with its walnut coloured woodwork, back-lit curved stained glass ceiling, photomontage on the walls and comfortable modern seating. It is the only multi-level pub in Westport with an upstairs bar where you can check out the crowd below and also is the first pub in Westport to hold a late bar licence. Cosy Joe’s is always well stocked with a wide range of wines and beers. It has three plasma screens and one large projector screen where you can watch all sporting events. Cosy Joe’s had both a disco and live music for its customers, while on the weekend nights a host of different DJ’s spin the hits. A comprehensive bar food menu is available from 12.00 noon until 6pm and until 8pm during the summer, seven days a week. Catering for every walk of life the menu is large and varied and the pub can cater for a large amount of people of every age and nationality. An assortment of burgers, pizza, pasta, steak and fish dishes are available. There are also excellent lunchtime specials, whether it’s for lunch or a light snack Cosy Joe’s won’t disappoint. It is also Feila Bia approved, and you can enjoy your food or drinks under umbrellas on the cobblestone laneway to the rear during the summer season. The pub also offers baby changing facilities. To offer its customers something different Cosy Joe’s also runs theme nights, some very successful Caribbean theme nights were held here (Mardi Gras Style), attention to detail and total flexibility ensured everything ran smoothly. The innovation and creativity in terms of both ideas and the fine details were complimented by all the customers and all enjoyed the festival fever of Mardi Gras. The staff are pleasant, helpful and a fast friendly service is always assured with particular emphasis on quality. We at Cosy Joe’s understand and always maintain a positive relationship with all customers. We always abide by the policy that when people come out to eat and drink the first thing they look for after good food and drinks is customer service and our staff are 100% committed to delivering this and have always built our business on customer loyalty. Cosy Joe’s won the Best Bar in Ireland 2007 at the prestigious hospitality awards which was held in the Four Seasons Hotel and was also the winner of the Mayo Pub of the Year 2004 present by Black & White Whiskey and was a finalist in the Mayo Pub of the Year 2006 & 2008.

Local Attractions

Westport Town boasts many tourist facilities and has become one of Ireland’s established tourism centres. Westport also has a wide range of lovely restaurants and shops. It was names the Tidiest Town 2008, having previously won the title in 2001 and 2006. There is an excellent 18-hole championship golf course; this fabulous golf course guarantees excellent golf and scenic splendor. Croagh Patrick – one of Europe’s best-known places of pilgrimage is just a few miles from the town. Horse riding and pony trekking is on offer all year round. Westport is also a leading sea angling centre, boats may be hired by groups or individuals and leave the harbour daily. There are also a wide variety of sandy beaches to choose from.

Visit website: www.cosyjoesbar.ie

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Late Bar
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant
  • Sport
  • Themed Nights

Facilities:

  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • High Chairs
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi

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