Westmeath Pubs

Con’s Bar – Mullingar

Con’s pub has been at the centre of the Mullingar pub scene since 1983. Famous for quality lunches and its modern & plush surroundings.

 

Number 1 – Mullingar

Number 1 is managed by Anthony Doran of famous Irish rock band -The Blizzards-. This venue offers the best in music featuring top Irish and local talent, and a decor to match. Really great pub for craft beer, entertainment, with music in the beer garden at the weekend.

 

Crossbar – Mullingar

Warm yourself beside the fire with traditional music nightly. Food serves daily. Lively pub, always a good atmosphere, plenty of space, a beer garden, 2 pool tables and lots of screens to watch the sport.

 

John Daly’s – Mullingar

A very laid back bar with friendly staff who always make sure your glass is never empty. Lots of craic, beer garden at the back.

 

The Fence – Mullingar

Tired of the usual scene, looking for something new? The Fence offers a great bordello-esque atmosphere and design, signature cocktails, quality DJ’s & Live bands, all served with a twist.

 

Danny Byrne’s – Mullingar

Live bands 6 nights a week…DJ on weekends, pub quiz every Tuesday night, superb bar food and always a warm welcome…Large heated smoking area. Coverage of all live sporting games shown on Mullingar’s largest HD screens inside and in the beer garden.

Danny’s main music stage is in our beer garden where top acts played such as: The Blizzards,Ham Sandwich,Relish, Damien Dempsey, Kile, Paddy Casey, The Aftermath, Niall Horan (yes that! Niall Horan), Ever 27, The Walls and is where Danny’s Annual Garden Music and Arts Festival is held. Great Bar with dark interior, comfortable seating, bookshelf style decor and friendly atmosphere.

 

Canton Casey’s – Mullingar

Founded in 1825, Casey’s is full of old world charm, which opens up onto to market square beside the statue of Joe Dolan (another famous landmark of Mullingar town). Watch the world go by on the seats outside.

 

Mary Lynch’s – Coralstown

Mary Lynch’s Pub is located just off the N4 motorway, 44 miles west of Dublin, in Coralstown, and is beautifully situated on the banks of the Royal Canal.  This remarkable building dates back to the early 1900’s and boasts an old warm charm much sought after in today’s modern bustle who specialise in delicious home-cooked food.

If it’s tranquility you’re after, or if fishing is your game, you’re in luck for right outside their door runs the Royal Canal.

When evening falls you will find friendliness and craic indoors, at the weekends there is a lively traditional session or a live solo act.

 

Harry’s of Kinnegad – Kinnegad

Always open!! Harry’s is located on the N4. Harry’s has been recently refurbished, adding new style decor, bedrooms, a night club and two bars. Home cooked food from 9am – 9pm. Harry’s is located on the main street of Kinnegad and is accessible via public transport with all buses travelling through the town and the bus stop conveniently located directly outside the hotel.

 

The Auld Shebeen – Moate

The Auld Shebeen has a long established reputation as one of Ireland’s finest bars. This prestigious family run bar has always been a favourite with both tourists and locals alike. As well as its fine array of beers, wines and spirits, The Auld Shebeen also hosts a superb breakfast and lunch menu. Food is served daily from 10.30am, including breakfast, starters, main courses, appetizers, bar specials and children’s menu right throughout the afternoon.

 

The Roadhouse – Mullingar

Located on the main Dublin to Sligo road (N4) and just 1.5 miles from Mullingar, The Roadhouse is an ideal stopping point for a drink or a meal and a famous stopping point for bikers touring Ireland.

 

P. Egan’s – Moate

The Egan Family purchased the property in 1924. For three generations they served the public and established their reputation for warmth and hospitality. In 1995 the Martin Family took over the business. As a tribute to the high regard for the Egan reputation, the new owners retained the name of P Egan.

At Egan’s you can pull up a stool to the turf ranged fire, chat with the regular patrons, listen to traditional Irish music from local entertainers and even the occasional celebrity has been known to lend a hand. Of course, everyone is encouraged to join in and add to the fun.

 

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