Doyle & Sons
Doyle & Sons takes boats out to Ireland's Eye island from the East Pier of Howth Harbour. It also conducts half- and full-day...
Howth's 'hidden' beach is Claremont. On the other side of the railway, it's a lovely sandy strand, with perfect views of Ireland's Eye...
Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio
Housed in the old Martello tower overlooking the harbour is this museum of wonderful curiosities collected by Pat Herbert. Inside you'll...
At the front is an old-style tavern frequented by a mix of locals and visitors; at the back is the venue for a nightly traditional Irish...
Octopussy's Seafood Tapas
Best known for its tasty seafood tapas, Octopussy's is a firm local favourite. All of the seafood comes from the fish shop next door,...
8 West Pier · interesting places nearby
Oar House information
A feast-o-fish is what the menu is all about at this restaurant – particularly the locally caught variety. Par for the course in a fishing village, but this place stands out both for the way the fish is prepared and because you can get everything on the menu in smaller, tapas-style portions as well as mains.