“Our research shows that visiting an Irish pub is one of the most appealing experiences for visitors to Ireland.”
Peter Nash – Tourism Ireland
The real experience of Sligo can best be explored by seeking out some of the many excellent restaurants and pubs that the locality has to offer. Close by are four villages: Cliffoney, Grange, Mullaghmore and Drumcliffe,
We would bring your attention to the following listings and advise you to pre-book / make reservations.
Kinlough and Bundoran, fifteen miles north:
If you are happy with a slightly longer drive, there are even more venues to choose from: we suggest visiting TripAdvisor for details here.
However, this is just the tip of the iceberg! For more options you may choose to explore https://sligofoodtrail.ie/restaurants/
More eating, drinking – and entertainment
“Ireland is rich in dancing that understands a happy heart.”
Additionally, Sligo Town (known affectionately as the city that never sleeps), has a wide range of restaurants and bars. For live music, web searching is advised – you may choose to start with http://www.sligomusic.ie/whats-on. See our ‘What to do’ page for more information.
Sligo’s tourism motto is ‘Sligo sets your spirit free’ – and we wouldn’t disagree with that! For every form of nightlife, such as dance clubs, concerts, cinema and restaurants – as well as simply places to sit down and enjoy a beer or two: Sligo is the place to go.