Main Street, Omagh is a collection of pubs in the one venue, along with the popular Mantis Nightclub. The venue consists of three pubs – Rue, Seán Óg’s and The Ostlers Arms as well as Mantis, while an Open Staged Area for live music and entertainment ensures Main Street draws a large crowd throughout the year. Each bar offers something different, providing you plenty of variety with minimal travelling. With popular pub grub and some of Northern Ireland’s finest craft beers, ciders and gins on offer, an evening in Main Street is sure to be a memorable one.
A former ‘Tyrone Bar of the Year’, McAleers has undergone a refurbishment in recent years and is one of Tyrone and Mid-Ulster’s most modern bars. The refurbishment has made McAleers a popular venue for younger visitors, especially over the weekend, with the Gin Bar and Cocktail Bar, in particular, a hit with locals and visitors alike. The traditional Sports Bar retains many original features and is perfect if you want to grab a beer and catch the latest sport, but if you’re looking for something a little bit fancier when visiting Dungannon, then check out the venues other bars, with the St. Tropez Bar, in particular, offering something different.
Hagan’s Bar and the adjoining Bar 43 and Bar Bella are a popular trio of entertainment venues on Dungannon’s busy Irish Street. Hagan’s Bar is the more traditional venue of the trio and a great place to enjoy a drink and watch the latest live sport. If you’re looking for a lively night out, then head next door to Bar Bella and Bar 43, or alternatively, relax in the friendly surroundings of Hagan’s, where you can enjoy live music across the weekend.
One of Tyrone’s most celebrated venues, and perhaps the most popular of Omagh’s many bars, Sally’s has a traditional bar and lounge area for visitors, with an adjoining nightclub attracting large numbers during the weekend. Spread across two floors, Sally’s is particularly popular with large groups and stag and hen parties visiting Omagh, so if you’re travelling to Tyrone with friends, be sure to consider a trip to Sally’s of Omagh.
Once voted the best gastropub in Tyrone and Ireland, the Brewer’s House in Donaghmore has a proper local pub feel about it, and lies at the heart of this quaint village. Located just outside the town of Dungannon, Brewer’s House offers a wide range of beverages from around Ireland, and indeed wider afield. A great venue to pop in for a quiet drink and bite of food, the Brewer’s House is particularly popular with families visiting this part of Tyrone.
A former winner of the best bar in Tyrone, Tomney’s of Moy is one of the oldest in Northern Ireland, having been in the Tomney family since 1765. The pub has built up a great reputation for food in recent years, but it’s the warm welcome that has served customers well for over 300 years. With live music from Thursday to Sunday, be sure to give Tomney’s a visit as you travel through Tyrone.