Top Choice Pub Food in Glandore & Union Hall

Glandore Inn

Picture-postcard views over the harbour, especially from the outdoor tables, and a superlative menu make this one of West Cork's best pubs for eating out. Fresh seafood is sourced from Union Hall harbour (clearly vi…
Pub Food in Schull

Hackett's Bar

The town's social hub, Hackett's rises above the norm with a creative pub menu of organic dishes prepared from scratch. Black-and-white photos and tin signs adorn the crooked walls and there's a mishmash of old kitc…
Pub Food in Crookhaven

Crookhaven Inn

Set discreetly back from the water, this stone cottage of a pub also has a scattering of picnic tables outside. The food here is an ambitious take on pub grub; seafood, of course, is supreme. In summer there are tra…
Pub Food in Allihies


The most appealing pub in town, with a distinctive bright-red facade and some polished wooden benches and picnic tables out the front. Pub standards intermingle with fresh local seafood; the haddock and chips could …
Pub Food in Durrus

Sheeps Head Inn

In the heart of the village, this cosy black-and-white gastropub cooks up exceptional locally sourced delights such as Durrus cheese tartlets, pan-fried sea bass, and crab claws in garlic and lemon.
Pub Food in Sherkin Island

Jolly Roger

The nautical-themed Jolly Roger pub alone justifies a visit to Sherkin Island, with some of the best seafood chowder imaginable (the garlic mussels aren't bad either). Live music takes place daily in summer.
Pub Food in Glengarriff

MacCarthy's Bar

MacCarthy's is a traditional, Victorian-style wood-panelled bar with a menu of hearty pub grub; the house speciality is a steaming pan of succulent Bantry Bay mussels in a white wine and herb sauce.