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Falcarragh & Gortahork
A little bit of bohemia in the countryside, this excellent pizzeria facing the Market Sq hosts occasional theatre performances.
Dunfanaghy & Around
A 19th-century stone grain store now houses this waterfront cafe and craft shop...
An exquisite country setting and perfectly composed meals make dining here a treat...
Looks a bit unprepossessing from the outside, but owners Siobhan Sweeney and Peter Byrne are perfectionists who tend to every detail in Cove's art-filled dining room, and on your plate...
Set in a 19th-century former shirt factory with stone walls, cast-iron columns and polished wooden floors, this cosy restaurant is a local favourite...
This place doesn't look too hot from the outside but one taste of the food and you'll be glad you went in...
Chunky seafood chowder with brandy, and roast duck breast with Chinese spices are among the highlights of the select menu at this promising newcomer. The dining room opens to an aperitif-friendly alfresco terrace.
Attached to a health food shop, this bohemian cafe serves up such delicious organic soups, wraps, paninis, salads and home-baked treats (plus enormous mugs of hot chocolate) that we’ll pretend we didn’t notice the Da...
The Bridge Bar is one of those lovely old country pubs you came to Ireland for. Its cosy 1st-floor restaurant has classic Irish seafood dishes, such as salmon and cod, and juicy steaks with brandy sauce.
Burtonport & Kincasslagh
The Lobster Pot sports a giant fibreglass lobster clinging precariously to its outer wall as an unsubtle clue to its menu of freshly netted seafood...
Authentic down to its original 1700s stone floor, this treasure of a traditional pub serves a sensational pint. Out the back, its small farmhouse-style restaurant serves outstanding blackboard specials...
If that sea air has given you an appetite, head for Mary's welcoming cafe-restaurant. Outside the summer months (June to August), opening times can vary depending on the weather (and, by extension, the ferries).
Home-baked fare including tasty potato cakes are served up at Sandra Daly’s cheerful little cafe just off the main street. This is also where breakfast’s served for guests at Sandra’s B&B diagonally opposite.
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