County Sligo is home to many fantastic pubs. We’ve decided to do a feature on the cosy ones, perhaps they have a turf fire or hidden snugs. One thing is for sure they all have a fantastic atmosphere.
Thomas Connolly, Sligo town. One of the oldest pubs in Sligo and full of atmosphere with live music most nights of the week.
Hargadons, Sligo town. A gastropub that’s well worth a visit and live music most nights.
McLynn’s Bar, Old Market Street, Sligo town. A hidden gem and a great spot to join in a sing-song.
Shoot the Crows. A fantastic place and a hive for some of Sligo’s finest musicians. Join in a session or just pull up a stool and listen.
The Swagman, Sligo town. A little bit of Australia here in Ireland. Music, food and a great beer garden.
Harry’s pub in Rosses Point. A great pub with a well right in the middle of it! On the Wild Atlantic Way in Rosses Point.
Moran’s Ballintogher. A warm welcome and a great spot for a bite to eat.
O’Donnell’s in Cliffoney. You’ll know this place from the fantastic mural on the side of the pub. A great atmosphere and you might even get to pull your own pint.
The Strand Pub, Strandhill. An open fire, quotes around the walls, great food and live music.
Brennan’s in Cloonacool. Home to the Cloonacool Music Club every Thursday. An open fire and friendly locals.
The Fox’s Den, Keash. Great food, friendly faces and near the Caves of Keash so you can stretch your legs too.
The Beach Bar, Aughris. A lovely thatched pub along the beach front. Have a walk along the Wild Atlantic Way and go in to warm up.
Any Sligo pubs you’d recommend?