Dillon's Bar and Restaurant is a family run pub located in Inagh on the N85 route to the Cliffs of Moher. We are the first direct stop for food from Shannon Airport to the Cliffs via the N85 ennistymon route. We look forward to meeting new and exsisting friends for the "craic".
We Purchased the bar in 2009 and its been an amazing adventure since. We have been open since March of '09 and have held many functions from GAA nights, School Dances, Birthdays, Retirement, Christening, Communion, Charity etc etc. We have also catered for CIE and many private tour operators.
Dillon's is run by the Dillon family, Martin and Carmel, their daughter Maire manages the bar and Martina their other daughter is the Chef. We always try to make our local and tourist customers experience unique. We serve great food daily all year round.
So we hope to meet some new and old friends over the summer months and show Clare and indeed Ireland at its best, with a natural smile:)
Clare has so much to offer. The Cliffs of Moher are breath-taking and a must see for visitors to Clare and Ireland as it is our countrys second biggest attraction. Other attractions are equally fantastic such as Lahinch where you can find a fantastic night life or surfing or Golf on the Famous Lahinch Links course.
There is also the Burren in North Clare, Fishing here in Inagh, Horse Rideing in Corofin, The Willie Clancy Festival in Miltown Malbay is fantastic, Mohar Farm is a great outing for families, Lisdoonvarana Matchmaking Festival every September,
Inagh itself has great traditional music players and dancers, it also has its own fishing club and there is boats to rent at the nearby lake, Inagh also has a great hurling team which is our national sport.
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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"Beef Burger Heaven"
OMG, their beef burger was to die for. Best I have ever had anywhere. We asked what spices were in it and were told none, the flavour is due to the locally grass-fed cows. You have to try one!
Review published 26 July 2012
Posted by: Tracy Fullerton
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