The 13th-century Butter Gate, just northwest of Millmount, is the only surviving genuine town gate in Drogheda. This tower, with its...
Right in the centre of town is the Tholsel , an 18th-century limestone town hall, now occupied by the Bank of Ireland.
Opened in early 2013, this bar exudes a mellow sophistication with its charcoal grey deck furnishings, cigar bar and sober lighting. An...
With a cosy interior and sunny courtyard, this wine bar and bistro has a great selection of Mediterranean starting platters, open...
Dyer St · interesting places nearby
Big, bright and modern with giant windows overlooking the river, this popular place serves a bumper range of soups, sandwiches, panini, bagels, crepes, and baked potatoes with a choice of interesting fillings. Service is swift and there are tables outside for alfresco dining on fine days.