Earleysview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 9142171
Proprietor: Tom Earley
A pleasant well-run business with a good typical bar atmosphere, traditional music every Thursday night, live music at weekends. Everyone is welcome here where you will receive personal service with a smile.
Fiddlers Creekview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 914 1866
Fax: +353 (0) 71 914 864
Proprietor: Fergal Harrison / Enda Scanlon
Fiddlers Creek is renowned for its good food and entertainment. Hot lunches served every day and bar food and restaurant every evening.
It is situated along the Garavogue River in the centre of Sligo Town.
Booking is advisable for food.
Foley's Pub & Off-Licenceview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 9142381
Proprietor: Martin & Therese Foley
Traditional family run pub where you meet the locals, watch any sport on TV and listen to traditional music on Saturday nights. Our Off Licence offers the largest selection of World Beers, Malt Whiskey and fine wines.
Great Southern Hotel Sligoview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 916 2101
Fax: +353 (0) 71 916 0328
Great Southern Hotel & Leisure Centre, Sligo is a very popular and unique hotel in Sligo Town. Traditional 3 Star Irish Hotel adjacent to both rail & bus station terminal, just off the main road through the heart of the town.
The Glasshouse-Muskateer Devs Ltdview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 919 4300
Fax: +353 (0) 71 919 4301
Proprietor: Michael O'Hehir & Ronnie Greaney
The View Bar at The Glasshouse Hotel is a Manhattan-style lounge, designed specifically with the cosmopolitan visitor in mind.
Enjoying an exclusive view over Sligo City, and the crashing weir of the river Garavogue, The View bar sets a new benchmark for hotel bar concepts, with curved settees, wide wooden floors, stylish velure banquettes and our signature floor to ceiling windows.
Thomas Connolly Bar Sligoview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 87 9583080
Proprietor: Paul O'Donnell
The attractive, late 19th century facade (the pub was first licensed in 1861). ‘The Irish Pub’ book (by James Fennell & Turtle Bunbury), in which there’s a great historical write-up about Connolly’s -the pub’s storied past include at least one visit from Charles Stewart Parnell in its early days, plus Thomas Connolly himself becoming Mayor of Sligo in 1890