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The Paragon, Skibbereen, Co. Cork

29 Main Street
Co. Cork

Tel: +353 (0) 28 21772
Proprietor: Dennis Collins

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About Us

The Paragon Bar is in the centre of Skibbereen Town on the Main Street. It extends back to a large car park, which can hold up to 400 cars, where you will find the “Carry Out” Off Licence. In between the “Carry Out” Off Licence and The Paragon is an alleyway which will give you access to “Tully’s” Bookies Office and also carries you on to the town centre.

It is famous for its early opening and exciting breakfast, lunch and evening menus served from 8.00am to 8.30pm.

There is live traditional music most nights that always guarantees a good session or live bands and DJ’s at the weekend. If it’s something more your looking for Club Dakota has played host to many well known DJ’s and bands such as Damien Dempsey and Aslan.

If you’re looking for a nice pint in a warm friendly atmosphere then The Paragon is ideal for you! We offer: Heated Smoking Area overlooking the Ilen River Beer Garden Restaurant Adjoining Nightclub Off Licence Sky TV Dart Board.

Local Attractions

Skibbereen is quite a popular town with tourists and itruns along the banks of the Ilen River. It has a beautiful new Heritage Centre, which gives a great history of Ireland and Skibbereen during the famine.

Out the Schull Road you have the old Famine Grave Yard. There is also the beautiful Lough Hyne Lake, the only salted lake in the country about 4 miles from Skibbereen towards the small fishing village of Baltimore. There are some nice shops, including “Designs and Embellish” in Skibbereen.

Whats on Offer:

  • Early Licence
  • Food
  • Late Bar
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Sport
  • Themed Nights


  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • High Chairs
  • Off Licence
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area


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