Sally Gardens is a quaint pub situated near the famous Slane Castle, describing itself as an authentic Irish country bar. The pub is a popular spot for parties and during the summer customers can’t get enough of the pub’s barbecues in its vintage beer garden outside. It’s a regular spot for those visiting summer concerts in Slane, with the live music sessions establishing a great reputation in recent times. The modern lounge, traditional bar area and outdoor beer garden provide visitors with plenty of variety when it comes to relaxing with a drink and bite to eat.
A thatched pub situated in the sleepy town of Dunshaughlin, An Sibin is mainly frequented by locals and those passing through the town. The name “sibin” originated from an unlicensed home-brewed whiskey and is now a term used to reference unlicensed premises. An Sibin is thankfully a licensed premise and a warm and welcoming place to enjoy good food and a few pints.
James Griffin is said to be the oldest standing pub in Meath having opened its doors in 1904. The pub has undergone some renovations since then but still retains much of its charm and traditional touch throughout. The pub has a long list of entertainment including live sport and traditional music sessions, as well as ongoing whiskey tastings for avid whiskey drinkers. The perfect spot to relax and unwind after a day of exploring the historic town of Trim, and the majestic Trim Castle.
A well-established pub in Navan, the Round O sits overlooking Flower Hill, the Black Water and the River Boyne. On top of providing a wide selection of drinks, the pub has a great food menu that includes typical pub grub and a special lunch menu on the weekend.
Based in County Meath’s countryside, The Snailbox is a traditional family-run pub and restaurant overlooking the beautiful Boyne Valley. The pub’s ceiling has a vast selection of hats displayed around the world, with a view to it being the Guinness World Record for the largest number of hats in a public place.