The Courtyard Bar in Clonakilty has undergone a facelift with a remodelled bar, new menu and new wine list
As an official Sky Sports Bar, The Courtyard Bar shows all major sporting events on four large screens both indoors and on the terrace, which means it is constantly buzzing. The bar is now also hosting live music acts every Saturday night with a mixture of bands from the locality and further afield pro- viding an atmospheric backdropto the buzz of conversation. With the remodelling comes a comprehensive new wine list, which has a varied selection of whites, reds, rosé and some- thing bubbly for that special occasion. With something to suit every palate, all wines are priced at €4.95 per glass and just €19.95 for the bottle.
The Courtyard Bar is the perfect venue for all events, including private parties, with its snooker room, meeting rooms and 3D TV. Personalised catering and decoration is provided upon request and they can even organise the band if you haven’t lined one up yourself.
A new food menu has also just been launched. Served daily from 10am-7pm,(11am-7pm on Sunday), The Courtyard Bar is maintaining its reputation for quality and value. The last section of the menu will be popular with customers watching their weight, as it helpfully lists the calorie count of each dish.
Wth coffee, tea, desserts and scones, The Courtyard Bar is a perfect venue to meet with friends or for business during the morning.
With some form of entertainment on a near nightly basis, The Courtyard Bar is where you’ll find a great pint and congenial company, no matter what the weather brings.
To book your private party contact 023 8835802.
Visit website: www.thecourtyardbar.com
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Baby-changing Facilities
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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