Restaurants

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Cove

It looks 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. The cuisine is fresh and inventi…
Top Choice Modern Irish in Burtonport & Kincasslagh

Danny Minnie's Restaurant

A beacon of family-run fine dining since 1962, this very popular village restaurant is known for food that's inventive and seasonal. The chef is Brian O'Donnell, who has a Gaeltacht cooking show on Irish TV. Antique…
Top Choice Modern Irish in Dunfanaghy

Starfish Cafe & Bistro

Pretty in blue, this fresh and cheery bistro excels from breakfast through lunch. At any time the baked goods beguile and there's all sorts on the menu, from French toast and handmade granola to rhubarb and raspberr…
Seafood in Burtonport & Kincasslagh

Lobster Pot

You can't miss the giant fibreglass lobster clinging to the wall of the Lobster Pot, which looks onto the working fishing port. Serving up a great selection of seafood, this pub-restaurant is packed when big matches…
Modern Irish in Dunfanaghy

Mill Restaurant & Guesthouse

An exquisite country setting and locally sourced, seasonally changing meals make dining here a treat. Set in an old flax mill that was for many years the home of renowned watercolour artist Frank Eggington, it also …
Cafe in Dunfanaghy

Muck 'n' Muffins

A 19th-century stone grain store houses this 1st-floor cafe, pottery studio and crafts shop. Even on rainy winter days, it's packed with locals sipping coffee, quaffing wine, and tucking into sandwiches, breakfast, …