Lovely pit stop in a very empty village. We both had the best fish and chips simple but really really fresh. A few pints of Guinness which were the best we have tasted. Stop here if you are passing through you won't be disappointed
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I lived a couple hundred yards from The Roadside in late April-early May. Probably went there every afternoon-evening. The micro brewery, in-house. is a brilliant addition; not everyone can say... After sampling all three on my first afternoon there, I settled on Peters Black Beer...More
You'll instantly get a good vibe to this place once you step through the door. First impression is that this is a old world pub where a few old codgers would while away the hours supping pints. But it's more than that, much more. It...More
I absolutely loved our evening here. We were offered on arrival a choice of tables near the musicians or else slightly away. As we are all great talkers we opted for the quieter spot, just right to enjoy the wonderful (most polished and very cheery...More
What a fantastic pub! We stopped in here for what was supposed to be a swift half and ended up staying for an enjoyable few hours. We will be definitely be back if we are in the area.
My friends and I were hoping to grab lunch here. Unfortunately, kitchen wasn't open til 4. We grabbed a few pints though, and I have to say the red they brew was fantastic. Wasn't real busy while we were there, but had a real cool...More
Keep in mind that our group of three were in Lisdoonvarna during the matchmaking festival! I mention this because we felt lucky to find a great pub amongst the madness. Food was excellent- they had some creative specials and we enjoyed the pints of home-...More
Excellent food and service with several local craft beers served. Situated right next to Burren Smokehouse.; they accommodated a large group of 20 + quite well.