Great spot for lunch or an evenibg meal with a lot of choices .Good friendly staff who will cater for all your needs
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Great welcoming service. Food is hearty and very good. Interesting decor with lots of antiques of Irish origin.
Firstly great welcome. Great Sunday lunch . Great soup with lovely warm breads. Roast beef only your mother would do for you. Great for family's. And value for money. There is also free parking . Service was friendly and fast. Great find close to motorway.
I was quite disappointed with lunch here. The pub was almost empty and the food was very average. I would not recommend it
I've been here a couple of times when visiting the area and the Sunday lunch is consistently good a traditional roast with all the trimmings cooked to perfection. The service was also excellent and friendly ... don't miss this place if in the area .
We had a great evening with my parents for our 1st night in Ireland. The food was very good and the service was perfect. The waiter gave us advices on the visits and taught us a few words of the national language. Lovely !
Family Atmosphere, Very good food , Friendly staff , Greate Place Very traditional old style Pub first place i visit when move into Blackrock
Popped in for evening dinner on a Saturday. Quiet when we went which was great for an intimate meal. Decent food, lovely traditional interior, plenty of tables, nice staff, prices were ok. Chip portions small though. Just outside Dundalk so is handy & will be...More
My mother and I stopped by for a meal after a fun day exploring the Cooley Peninsula. The owner of our B&B had recommended Sexton's so we gave it a try. We were seated as soon as we walked in and drinks were brought out...More
Great selection of food. You could dine in the pub or be seated in the restaurant. My nephew said their Seafood Chowder was the best he ever had, full of salmon, white fish and shrimp. The baked Brie was quite yummy