Don't get us wrong. Donegal does great fish and chips, locally sourced and available straight from our bustling seaports in Greencastle or Killybegs. But that's half the story. We have some of the finest restaurants offering excellent food, from budget to fine dining. All of this served by Donegal people, welcoming and warm and to the highest standard. Check out our eclectic mix of eateries here.
For top class home cooked food, served in beautiful comforts, The Harbour Inn, Buncrana has what you need. From a quick snack, to a full night out, this Gastro - Pub has it all.
In the Bar you can relax and enjoy some bistro style food using locally sourced produce. There is also 4 large plasma screens to show all those important live sporting events. With live entertainment every Saturday night …
Situated in the heart of Letterkenny, Co.Donegal since its establishment in 1999, this family run restaurant offers contemporary, seasonal dishes in relaxed surroundings.
The passion to source local and sustainable produce can be enjoyed from fork to glass, from the local garden herbs and vegetables to the selection of Donegal brewed beers. All our meats, fish and poultry are Irish sourced eve…
Sporting a HUGE lobster on the side of the building, this is a pub not to be missed!!! Family run business, sports bar, restaurant, barfood served all day.
Small Bar located in the Heart of Falcarragh. Live music every Thurs, Fri & Saturday. Restaurant open Friday- Sunday 4.00-9.00pm. Large Beer Garden & Attic Cocktail Bar.
A modern restaurant with an eclectic mix of influences. Using locally sourced produce to provide beautifully cooked and tasty food in a warm welcoming, casual setting.
Welcome to the Mill restaurant and Accommodation, a small award winning restaurant with 7 individually decorated bedrooms. Offering a unique blend of old and new, we provide a warm friendly welcome and ensure a very special stay with us. They provide a relaxed mixture of excellent food, comfortable interiors, local craft beer and good wine in a stunning rural location. Rooms seven bedrooms are i…
The Olde Glen bar, restaurant & tearoom is a quaint Pub, restaurant & tearoom that is welcoming to all visitors.
Located close to Fahan Marina, the Railway Tavern & Firebox Grill, which was formally the Station House of the Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway Company (L&LSR), is a popular venue with locals and visitors. Warm and welcoming with big open fires and railway memorabilia it serves great freshly prepared dishes using local produces such as Donegal crab, mussels and lamb. It is famous for its steaks …
Renowned for relaxed fine dining and breathtaking views, The Red Door Country House is nestled on a 4 acre site. It overlooks Lough Swilly in Inishowen, Co. Donegal between Derry and Buncrana, along the Wild Atlantic Way. Built in 1789, the tradition of a country house is today cleverly combined with contemporary luxury and style. Beyond the landscaped surroundings are extensive vegetable and her…
The Tap Room, renovated from the original kitchens of Rathmullan House is the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy local craft beer and quality food.
The focus here is on real stone baked pizzas from the outdoor wood fired pizza oven, plus a selection of Irish craft beers on tap from Kinnegar Brewery. The relaxed atmosphere and friendly service, make this the ideal location to wind down …
The Ubiquitous is owned and run by chef Steven McDaid and is ideally situated on the Main Street, Buncrana. They serve excellent quality local produce at affordable prices, with old favourites such as sizzling steaks, Tandoori chicken bang bang and a range of local seafood. Ceoliac menu available.
Woodhill House is an historic coastal manor house dating back in parts to the 17th century and formerly the family home of the Nesbitts, local landlords and Irelands last commercial whaling family of the 19th century.
The house which overlooks the beautiful Donegal Highlands is set in its own grounds with an old walled garden.
It is half a mile from the sea and a quarter of a mile from the coast…
Located in the former McIntyre Hog and March shirt factory, dating back to the 19th century, this historic building was restored by the current owners Carol Meenan and Kieran Davis in the early ‘90s and opened as the Yellow Pepper in 1994.
There are two dining areas, a cheerful café style room for daytime and a more comfortable, slightly more formal one with a bit of a sense of occasion for the…
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